Energy
Experts mull over Eskom’s future as South Africa awaits IRP "Eskom's debt burden a 'fallacy'"
Whilst South Africans may still be relatively in the dark over the release date of the updated Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) outlining the country’s future energy plans,
22 May 2019
Tracepack Pharmaceutical Traceability
Pharmacode or pharmaceutical binary code is a barcode standard used in the pharmaceutical industry as a packing control system, it is readable despite printing errors and can be
22 May 2019
Health and Safety The cost of health and safety non-compliance
“If You Think Education Is Expensive, Try Ignorance “from Derek Bok – President of Harvard University, March 1978. As I was reading an article, I came across
21 May 2019
Cummins helps SANY Cummins helps SANY become a powerhouse OEM in Africa
The secret to SANY being the fifth-largest construction and related equipment manufacturer in the world is largely due to its strategy of using quality components from leading
20 May 2019
Energy Month Energy month time to invest in energy
“May is Energy Month, a time when the South African government and all authorities involved in energy renew their call to South Africans to conserve energy,” says Dr
20 May 2019
Renergen Renergen to tap into Australian market
Renergen Limited (“Renergen”), an integrated alternative and renewable energy business listed on the JSE’s Alt-X, today announced that its Prospectus for a
20 May 2019
Networked Energy Services and Remote Metering Solutions Complete Phase Two of the Largest Commercial Smart Meter Roll-Out in South Africa
NES and RMS partnership offers a secure, multi-application utility metering and recovery service for property owners and Property Developers in South Africa Networked Energy
20 May 2019
New Petroleum Agreement Between South Sudan and South Africa New Petroleum Agreement Between South Sudan and South Africa is a boost to Peace, Economic Recovery and the Oil Industry
The signing of the new exploration and production sharing agreement (EPSA) between South Sudan and South Africa’s Strategic Fuel Fund (SFF) is a boost to the oil sector and
14 May 2019
Cummins engines ideal for pump applications Cummins engines ideal for pump applications from firefighting to dewatering and irrigation
From agriculture and irrigation to mining and firefighting, Cummins supplies a range of high-quality engines for the pumps segment. Together these diverse industries represent a
30 Apr 2019
African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa partners with South African Ministry of Energy Energy Minister Jeff Radebe to present event keynote address again in May
The organisers of the African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa conference and exhibition, taking place in Cape Town from 14-16 May 2019, have announced a four-year partnership
30 Apr 2019
Energy Efficiency in Healthcare facilities Pholosong Hospital
Natural Gas is increasingly becoming a favoured fuel alternative, it has been dubbed “the fuel of the future” by many. With the increasing pressure to lower carbon
29 Apr 2019
A fearless visionary South Africa’s energy supply sector is sailing into a hurricane and needs raptor-like perspective, agility and determination to navigate around this electric storm
Thabiso Tenyane, the Executive Chairman of the Phakwe Group, has proven that South Africa can develop its energy sector autonomously and successfully—to the benefit of the
23 Apr 2019
Natural Gas on the move Virtual Gas Network-Natural Gas on the move
With the growing interest in sustainable, low-carbon energy and low-price fuels, Natural Gas is increasingly becoming the energy source of choice. Natural Gas is a fossil fuel
17 Apr 2019
New technologies ease SA into a low-carbon future By Alessandra Pardini, a Partner at Webber Wentzel
Power shortages and a transition to a lower-carbon future, in line with SA’s Paris Agreement commitments, will require the country to harness new technologies. Energy
11 Apr 2019
Power Surge 2019's emerging energy trends
Africa’s demand for energy is steadily increasing and solutions to meet this growth have become a major concern amongst the energy sector leaders within the continent. Key
09 Apr 2019
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