Energy
The honeymoon is over All aboard?
The gas industry latches on to the Occupational Health and Safety Act which is central to safety and technical compliance impacting people, equipment, buildings, and the
11 Nov 2019
Solar Power Solar power for Serco’s Durban factory
A total of 1029 solar power panels have been installed on the roof of truck and trailer building company Serco’s Durban factory and offices allowing the premises to be off
11 Nov 2019
Smart Cities Responsibilities plus technology creates Smart Cities
Smart cities use information and communications technology (ICT) to enhance liveability, workability and sustainability, thereby improving the life of its residents[1].
08 Nov 2019
SAQCC Gas Installers vs. Practitioners
The increasing availability of fuel gas in South Africa has impacted many households and commercial spaces as homeowners and business owners migrate to gas as an energy
01 Nov 2019
Sanedi Supporting financing of ‘green’ projects in South Africa
South African businesses continually look to improve their ability to cope with increasing energy prices and environmental performance, especially in terms of reducing greenhouse
01 Nov 2019
Household energy consumption Online datasets of household energy consumption available as research
Data is essential to map energy behaviour and progress towards sustainable development goals and is instrumental in planning expansion and maintenance of South Africa’s
23 Oct 2019
Let the sunshine in Solar power essential
Whether building an affordable home or a luxury condo, energy saving construction techniques are invaluable, as building an energy efficient house will not only cut costs in the
17 Oct 2019
South Africa should open the door wider for renewables By Maxine Ghavi, Group Senior Vice President and Head of Grid Edge Solutions Product Group, ABB
South Africa’s advanced industrial and financial sectors, together with its abundant natural resources, have contributed in making it the second largest economy in Africa.
09 Oct 2019
Ministerial panel to address regional trade and investment East & Central Africa Mining Forum in Kigali to welcome ministers from Tanzania, South Sudan and DRC
Mining ministers and an Undersecretary for Mining from Tanzania, DRC and South Sudan will join the CEO of the Rwanda Mines, Petroleum & Gas Board (RMB) in a ministerial
09 Oct 2019
South African Gas Industry Women in the Gas Industry
Certain Industries may be male-dominated for a variety of reasons, such as cultural norms, interests, and history. History, in particular, plays a huge role in gender integration
30 Sep 2019
Virtual Natural Gas One Fuel for Various Applications
Natural gas is a versatile, clean-burning, and efficient fuel that is used in a wide variety of applications. Natural Gas contains many different compounds, the largest component
17 Sep 2019
Renewable energy holds key to the future With Eskom unable to generate enough power for the country through its major energy source–coal–the need to vigorously pursue the production of renewable energy in South Africa cannot be overemphasised
With global warming being one of the world’s most pressing problems, the pursuit of clean sustainable energy becomes not only necessary, but urgent. According to the
27 Aug 2019 - B. M.
Oil and gas in SA With South Africa currently importing the bulk of its oil needs, the prospect of becoming self-sufficient in terms of this much sought after resource for at least four years is a most welcome development which should boost the country’s economy immensely
French oil firm, Total, in February this year announced the discovery of a large “gas condensate” 175 kilometres off the south coast of South Africa at its
27 Aug 2019
Growing greener industries DTI/CSIR Programme to host conference aimed at growing greener industries
The National Cleaner Production Centre South Africa (NCPC-SA) will host its fourth Industrial Efficiency Conference in September at the CSIR ICC in Pretoria. The two-day session,
26 Aug 2019
SARACCA Fraud uncovered!
The rate of Qualification fraud has reached an alarming rate in South Africa, with multiple industry respected individuals being uncovered as having produced fake qualifications
01 Aug 2019
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