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Power & Electricity World

Africa viable option for investment in power infrastructure

By: Simon Sonnekus     4th March 2016 Expanding Africa’s power and electricity infrastructure remains a viable prospect for investors and businesses, with numerous investment opportunities available owing to new developments, says infrastructure investment and asset management company African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM)... 

Carport can provide shade and electricity

     4th March 2016 Advanced power systems supplier Sinetech has developed a carport that not only provides shade but can boil the kettle for a hot cup of tea. The carport will be on display at the 2016 edition of Power and Electricity World Africa on March 15 and 16. At 72 m2 , the 4-berth carport that provides... 

Carport can provide shade and electricity
DUAL PURPOSE The 72 m² carport provides shade and protection from the elements while generating 11.52 kWp of power a day

Clarke Energy provides reliable energy solutions

     4th March 2016 KwaZulu-Natal-based multinational engineering, installation and maintenance of reciprocating engine-based power plants and gas engine compression stations company Clarke Energy will exhibit at the 2016 Power & Electricity World Africa event that is being held at the Sandton Convention Centre on... 

Clarke Energy provides reliable energy solutions
JENBACHER General Electric's Jenbacher has been a proven stalwart with regards to energy saving as more than 500 absorption chillers have been delivered worldwide

Conference to attract twice as much footfall

By: Simon Sonnekus     4th March 2016 This year’s Power & Electricity World Africa conference will host twice as many delegates as last year, with utilities, independent power providers (IPPs) and government officials confirmed from more than 33 African countries. The event will be held at the Sandton Convention Centre, in... 

Conference to attract twice  as much footfall
TWICE THE SIZE Guests from 33 African countries will visit the Power and Electricity World Africa showcase being held at the Sandton Convention Centre

Energy storage system to be launched at conference

By: Simon Sonnekus     4th March 2016 American automotive and energy storage company Tesla’s highly anticipated Powerwall energy storage system will be launched onto the African market by energy solutions provider Dako Power at the 2016 Power and Electricity World Africa exhibition, held from March 15 to 16 at the Sandton Convention... 

Energy storage system to be launched at conference
INSTANT ENERGY Two variants of the Tesla Powerwall system have been launch globally, the 7 kWh and 10 kWh variant, but currently only the 7 kWh Powerwall is available in Africa

Rural areas could benefit from decentralised energy

By: Simon Sonnekus     4th March 2016 Autonomous and stable supply of decentralised energy might be the answer for Africans who are often without electricity because of unreliable energy sources, says energy storage systems supplier Battco director Gerhard Swart. “Many of the electricity problems in Africa stem from the concept of a... 

Rural areas could  benefit from  decentralised energy
GERHARD SWART In most African countries, the electricity grids are failing and generation capacity is degrading rapidly

Steel producer for PV system to exhibit at expo

     4th March 2016 Local steel supplier Qinisa Steel Solutions will be exhibiting its steel processing capabilities and capacities to customers who are involved in the larger solar photovoltaic (PV) projects in South Africa and the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region at the Power and Electricity... 

Steel producer for PV  system to exhibit at expo
PV SYSTEMS The Alberton-based company supplies engineering, procurement and construction companies which are involved in the installation of ground-mounted PV systems

Storage a key component for modern energy supply

By: Simon Sonnekus     4th March 2016 Rapid growth in yearly power demand and the high cost involved in expanding national power grids in rural areas are some of the biggest challenges regarding power and electricity supply in African countries, says University of the Western Cape associate professor Bernard Bladergroen. Bladergroen... 

Storage a key component  for modern energy supply
BULK STORAGE Bulk energy storage will be advantageous for African power and electricity providers, as increased wind and solar energy is being absorbed by national grids 
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