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Jun 20, 2014
Johannesburg-based fastener solutions provider Swagefast reports that it has experienced an increase in business since it ventured into manufacturing fasteners for the renewable-energy market in 2013. Company FD Jay Rossouw tells Engineering News that the company has...
Jun 29, 2012
Fluor South Africa, which is part of the global engineering, procurement, construction, maintenance and project management company Fluor Corporation, says its newly established power group is well-positioned to bring the corporation’s international power expertise to...
Mar 09, 2012
The German Pavilion at the Africa Energy Indaba, held at the Sandton Convention Centre, in Johannesburg, in February, showcased six German energy companies and their energy efficient technologies and know-how to delegates interested in the renewable energy market.
Oct 16, 2009
Despite the considerable potential that exists to produce electricity using renewable energy in Southern Africa, renewable-energy projects have, to date, been largely limited to off-grid, small-scale applications.
Oct 02, 2009
Despite the considerable potential that exists to produce electricity using renewable energy (RE) in Southern Africa, RE projects have been largely limited to off-grid, small-scale applications. However, the renewable energy market in South Africa is expected to grow...
Jan 30, 2009
The share of alternative energies in the worldwide energy supply is expected to grow significantly in the future, primarily driven by the political risk of relying on declining oil reserves and concerns about global warming, inspiring many countries to enact...
Oct 20, 2006
Power parastatal Eskom and conservation organisation WWF have announced the establishment of a joint initiative that will commit R9-million over the next three years to research into renewable energy in South Africa.
Aug 21, 2006
It's 35 ?C in the shade. Often. In Upington, a town in the arid, ironed-flat expanse of the Northern Cape, the extreme and persistent heat may cause some to become hot and bothered, but to Eskom it's good news - because this is where the utility is considering...
Jun 23, 2006
 
 
 
 
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