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Energy Efficiency Workshop

21st February 2017 The National Cleaner Production Centre, South Africa, the Consumer Goods Council of South Africa and the Chemical and Allied Industries’ Association will host an energy efficiency workshop to highlight challenges and provide solutions to the energy challenges facing industry and business. The... 

Energy efficient qualifications finalised

17th February 2017 Occupational qualifications developed by the National Cleaner Production Centre South Africa (NCPC-SA) in partnership with the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation, the German Development Institute (GIZ) and the Energy and Water Sector Education and Training Authority (Ewseta) for... 

Conference aims to foster low carbon economy

3rd February 2017 With South Africa’s signing of the Paris Agreement at the United Nations twenty-first Conference of the Parties in 2015 requiring it to have met certain greenhouse-gas emission reduction targets from a mitigation and an adaptation point of view by 2020, this year’s Industrial Efficiency... 

DTI-funded manufacturing intern programme saves local industry R6m

14th December 2016 Local industry has saved R6-million in resources, including 133 000 kℓ of water, after 16 manufacturing facilities nationwide implemented the Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) internship programme, funded by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) to conduct onsite resource... 
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Continued support for renewables IPPs an economic boost – Sarec

The South African Renewable Energy Council (Sarec) has welcomed the confirmation by Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan that the continuation of South Africa’s independent power producer (IPP) programme was imperative, given the need to boost investment in the short term. In a statement following... 

Murray & Roberts posts H1 loss

JSE-listed Murray & Roberts (M&R) on Wednesday reported an attributable loss of R60-million for the six months ended December 31. Revenue and profit from continuing operations were R10.7-billion and R119-million respectively for the period. 
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