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Windaba Conference and Exhibition Speakers 2017 Transition to continuous improvement using asset management strategies
This year’s Windaba Conference and Exhibition will take a long-term view of the management of  South Africa’s wind energy market assets. This dynamic
30 Oct 2017
WATER-HEATING SOLUTIONS Later technology in water-heating solution
A new South African company is providing high-tech, energy-efficient water-heating solutions to the residential, commercial and industrial markets. Their units have been shown to
10 Oct 2017
Zero emission renewable grid electricity New Zealand leads the world in zero emission renewable grid electricity
New Zealand leads the world in zero emission renewable grid electricity now at 85%. With a nice balance between geothermal, hydroelectric, unusually continuous wind power and some
02 Oct 2017
The Right Energy Investments in planning ensure project success
Power development plans throughout the world are getting more complex. Finding the optimum mix between large-scale multi-year baseload power projects, short-duration micro-grids
21 Sep 2017
Air Conditioners Air conditioners a must for all seasons
South African weather patterns, like much of the rest of the globe, are changing. Typically a moderate climate country, the last few years have seen us experiencing more extremes
18 Sep 2017
Bioenergy Atlas welcomed as future energy generation for South Africa South Africa’s first Bioenergy Atlas has been hailed as a positive step towards transforming the country into a low-carbon and future clean energy hub in Africa, while simultaneously creating jobs
The Department of Science and Technology (DST) has launched the Bioenergy Atlas of South Africa to provide information on potential bioenergy resources and their geographic
28 Aug 2017
In Focus: South Africa’s pioneering REIPPPP developments First movers for adopting renewable energy generally experienced higher costs and prior to 2010 projects were often made feasible through a range of subsidies and incentives. As markets for renewable energy have matured, deployment is increasingly occurring due to favourable economics compared to conventional generation options.
These favourable economics are clearly quantifiable by looking at the cost of externalities, short run marginal costs, and levelised cost of electricity of the various generation
28 Aug 2017
Is carpooling the future of urban mobility? Asks Chris Megan, CEO and co-Founder of mobility app, uGoMyWay
There would be something gratifying about guessing the future, particularly when it is patently counterintuitive.  Isn’t carpooling all about that quaint 70’s
28 Aug 2017
Nigeria Mining Week to gather burgeoning industry’s leaders in Abuja PwC “optimistic that Nigeria’s solid minerals sector can contribute up to 3% of GDP by 2025”
“I am quite optimistic that if the right steps are taken and the current momentum is sustained, the solid minerals sector in Nigeria can contribute up to 3% of GDP by 2025
10 Aug 2017
Shell SA Launches Dynaflex Technology in Fuels Designed for performance, Shell’s fuels are formulated to help keep engines clean and protected or efficient running
Shell South Africa today announced the launch of its next generation of advanced fuel formulations enhanced with DYNAFLEX Technology. The DYNAFLEX technology also
10 Aug 2017




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