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It’s time to get NAS

20th June 2018 By Joanne Weng South Africa Sales Manager of Synology The enterprise market has traditionally been seen as the one that sits up and pays expensive and complicated attention to cloud storage. It is, after all, only suitable for those companies that have large wallets, skill sets and... 

BPI Launch Marks a New Era in Battery Driven Mining Technology in SA

20th June 2018 Battery Power Industries (BPI), an innovative battery driven mining vehicle solution provider has officially launched. BPI targets zero emission underground mining equipment with their advanced battery energy systems technology offering. BPI is a proudly South African OEM specialising in the... 

Storage advances fast-track new power projects

20th June 2018 Technological advances and a decline in prices in battery energy storage are driving progress in distributed power generation, grid stabilization and utility scale energy applications, with significant opportunities for companies across Africa. Speaking ahead of Africa’s premier power sector... 

South African mining-focused EV manufacturer launched

By: Nadine James     20th June 2018 Battery-driven mining vehicle solution provider Battery Power Industries (BPI) officially launched on Wednesday. The South African original-equipment manufacturer specialises in the development of battery energy systems, electrical traction systems and high-speed charging systems for underground... 

Renewables, decentralisation top energy trends in Africa – Aggreko

By: Marleny Arnoldi     19th June 2018 The pace of electrification in Africa has nearly tripled since 2012, relative to the previous decade, with electrification in sub-Saharan Africa surpassing population growth for the first time in 2014. However, there is a long way to go to realise continental electrification, says Aggreko CEO... 

State capture at heart of Eskom’s load-shedding woes – Maimane

By: News24Wire      18th June 2018 Diversifying the energy mix, reducing demand and putting an end to the Eskom monopoly in the energy sector are some of the proposals the Democratic Alliance (DA) has made to mitigate load-shedding. Speaking during a briefing at Parliament on Monday, DA leader Mmusi Maimane stressed that... 

Goscor Lift Truck Company augments Clover City Deep fleet

18th June 2018 Goscor Lift Truck Company (GLTC), part of the Goscor Group, is supplying JSE-listed food and beverage group Clover’s City Deep facility in Johannesburg with new industrial warehouse equipment. The new equipment comprises four Crown ESR 5260 2.0 reach trucks, two Doosan D25S-5 counterbalance... 

Swiss place efficiency at heart of post-nuclear energy strategy

By: Terence Creamer     18th June 2018 Residents taking occupation of apartments at a new mixed-use property development on the site of a decommissioned paper mill in southern Zurich, Switzerland, are all encouraged to download a neighbourhood App to their mobile devices. The social media component, which allows Greencity residents... 

Protect scattered data in physical, virtual, and cloud workloads with the Active Backup suite

18th June 2018 Synology today announced the official release of two major backup applications in Active Backup suite of packages, the official version of Active Backup for Office 365 that supports SaaS cloud backup, and the beta version of Active Backup for Business that provides data availability for workloads... 

Hamina liquefied natural gas terminal, Finland

By: Sheila Barradas     15th June 2018 Hamina LNG Oy plans to build a 30 000 m3 liquefied natural gas storage tank in the Port of Hamina. 

Fortune may defer Saskatchewan metals processing plant

By: Mariaan Webb     14th June 2018 Project developer Fortune Minerals may defer its planned metals processing plant near Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and may opt to sell concentrates from the flagship Nico mine directly to third parties, the company said on Thursday. The London, Ontario-based company has approval for a $200-million... 

SOURCE hydropanel launches in S Africa

By: Marleny Arnoldi     14th June 2018 Zero Mass Water has launched its SOURCE hydropanel, which applies thermodynamics, materials science and controls technology to produce potable drinking water from only sunlight and air, in South Africa.  

Plastics|SA Raises Awareness About Keeping Plastics Pollution Out Of The Environment Sustainability Week, World Environment Day, World Oceans Day

14th June 2018 Plastics|SA used its participation in Sustainability Week (5-7 June 2018), World Environment Day (5 June 2018) and World Oceans Day (9 June) to raise awareness about the importance of keeping plastics pollution out of the environment. Plastics|SA is the umbrella organisation representing the... 

Savannah reports positive economics for Portugal lithium mine

By: Mariaan Webb     14th June 2018 Aim-listed explorer Savannah Resources has reported strong economic indicators for its Mina do Barroso lithium project, in northern Portugal, sending the company’s stock up 14% on Thursday. The study is considered a base case for the project and calculated a pre-tax net present value, applying... 

A$13bn takeover bid for APA Group

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     14th June 2018 Energy infrastructure business APA Group has received a near A$13-billion takeover offer from a consortium led by CK Infrastructure Holdings. The indicative and non-binding proposal was offering APA shareholders A$11 in cash for each stapled security, and permitted a distribution of no more... 

Apex Sector Doors Keep Traffic Moving At Refinery

14th June 2018 Two high-speed, roll-up Sector doors have been installed by Apex Strip Curtains & Doors at a Gauteng gold refinery, following a detailed assessment of application requirements by the expert Apex team. Operations manager at Apex Strip Curtains & Doors, James Candy, says the doors were installed... 

Upgraded Main Road 118 brings relief to residents of Oranjemund, Namibia

12th June 2018 VKE Namibia Consulting Engineers, part of the SMEC Group, was contracted by the Namibian Roads Authority to carry out the design work and to supervise the construction phase of the Main Road 118 upgrade. The SMEC Group is a global consultancy delivering engineering excellence, design innovation... 

Stor-Age reports continued strong trading results for FY18

By: Marleny Arnoldi     12th June 2018 Real estate investment trust Stor-Age has reported an 11.1% year-on-year total dividend increase to 97.8c a share for the year ended March 31.  

Winch Energy and iWayAfrica Partner to launch The Winch Hub® to Accelerate Energy and Internet Access into Rural Areas of Uganda

11th June 2018 Winch Energy is a global off-grid renewable energy operator and technology integrator, providing turnkey remote power and communication solutions for rural communities iWayAfrica is a leading African ISP, offering pan-regional connectivity solutions over satellite, fibre and wireless access networks 

Cabinet approves designation of Atlantis SEZ

By: Creamer Media Reporter      8th June 2018 Cabinet has approved the decision by Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies to designate the Atlantis Special Economic Zone (SEZ), in Atlantis industrial area, outside Cape Town. The designation of the Atlantis SEZ follows that of the Saldanha Bay Industrial Development Zone and is intended to... 

Energy discussion must be resolved soonest to spur economic transformation – Dr Yves Guenon

By: Nadine James     8th June 2018 Certainty, particularly around South Africa’s future baseload energy supply must be achieved in the Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), in order to ensure supply security, which will, in turn, stimulate investment and economic transformation, Izibani consultancy founder and French South African... 

Diligence in selecting slab-construction methods saves costs in the long run

8th June 2018 Deciding on whether to use hollow-core slabs or rib-and-block systems to construct concrete floor slabs for residential projects cannot be taken lightly. Jaco de Bruin, CoreSlab’s managing director, therefore, urges homebuilders and their professional teams to exercise diligence in selecting... 

Victoria seeks to unlock more affordable gas for residents

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     8th June 2018 The Victorian government is hoping to unlock more gas supply to provide residents in the state with greater access to affordable gas. The state government on Friday announced that the Victorian Gas Programme (VGP) will be encouraging new commercial offshore gas exploration through the release of... 

Lithium price may soften this year on ‘slight oversupply’ but EVs driving future optimism 

By: Henry Lazenby     8th June 2018 The lithium price might be in for a rough ride this year, as a supply response might overshoot what the market actually needs, London-based pricing intelligence firm Metal Bulletin’s head of research William Adams tells Mining Weekly in an interview. “We see a slight lithium surplus coming this... 

Demand rising for funding for grid-tied renewables

By: Schalk Burger     8th June 2018 Financing to build renewable-energy systems for use by businesses in South Africa is growing, with many projects showing good financial viability and return on investment, says financial institution Absa renewable-energy head Justin Schmidt. The return on investment for well-designed energy... 

Barossa project to backfill Darwin liquefied natural gas plant, Australia

By: Sheila Barradas     8th June 2018 The project aims to provide gas for the Darwin plant after the Bayu-Undan reservoir ceases production post 2022. 

Battery metals industry dependent on ‘flavour of the month’

By: Simone Liedtke     6th June 2018 With nearly every forecast predicting higher battery use in the years ahead, especially lithium-ion batteries to power new and existing technologies, demand for its component metals may be dependent on what some title “the flavour of the month”. 

Interest in IFC’s solar procurement solution growing across Africa

By: Terence Creamer     6th June 2018 The International Finance Corporation (IFC) reports that its programme to support African governments and utilities in procuring solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity from independent power producers (IPPs) has made significant headway in four countries, with construction of the first project under... 

Synology creates network-attached storage, IP surveillance solutions, and network equipment that transform the way users manage data, conduct surveillance, and manage networks in the cloud era.

6th June 2018 Synology® today launches its Solution Exhibition located at the Xin-Yi Eslite store in Taipei during COMPUTEX 2018 (6/5-6/9), showcasing its first Mesh Wi-Fi router, MR2200ac, along with the updated Synology Router Manager (SRM) 1.2. Also unveiled at the exhibition are enterprise-level data... 

AIE selects Port Kembla for A$300m LNG import terminal

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     5th June 2018 The Australian Industrial Energy (AIE) consortium has selected Port Kembla, in New South Wales, as the site for the first A$300-million liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal. The proposed terminal will have the ability to supply more than 100 PJ/y of LNG, sufficient to meet over 70% of... 

Eskom welcomes declaration of Ingula nature reserve

By: Simone Liedtke     4th June 2018 State-owned Eskom’s Ingula pumped storage scheme, in the Free State and KwaZulu-Natal, and its associated land, has formally been declared a nature reserve. The Ingula nature reserve is Eskom’s third following the establishment of the Koeberg nature reserve and the Majuba nature reserve, which... 

Kenya launches pilot oil export scheme via Mombasa

By: Reuters     4th June 2018 Kenya has launched a pilot scheme to export crude oil via Mombasa as part of efforts to capitalise on the country's oil reserves. The East African country discovered commercial oil reserves in its Lokichar basin in 2012 and a 800 km (500 mile) pipeline is due to be built before production starts... 

The ‘new Ice Age’: Cost-effective, water-saving industrial surface cleaning with first-of-its-kind wet ice blaster from NitraLife and partner Boland Ice

4th June 2018 For decades in industry, the cleaning of rust, dirt, old paint and various contaminants off surfaces has frequently presented a major challenge. Cleaning of this type has previously been done manually; or via processes such as sand- or shot-blasting or with the use of high-pressure water jetting... 

Outsourcing Refrigeration Could Improve Your Bottom Line

1st June 2018 Why Sa Companies Are Moving Away From Owning Their Own Cooling Systems Refrigeration represents a substantial cost to companies operating in South Africa’s food and beverage industry. Additionally, the operation and maintenance of modern refrigeration systems often diverts precious resources and... 

Atlas Copco QES generators - fast, reliable predictable power at the touch of a button

1st June 2018 Whether paralleling, load sharing or power exporting, Atlas Copco’s QES mobile generator range is the most practical predictable power choice offering the perfect balance between performance and affordability to seamlessly meet the standby power requirements of the general construction and rental... 

Metair seeks to acquire Slovenian battery manufacturer for €300m

By: Marleny Arnoldi     1st June 2018 JSE-listed energy storage and automotive component manufacturer Metair has submitted an indicative nonbinding offer to acquire battery manufacturer Tovarna Akumulatorskih Baterij (TAB), in Slovenia.  

Stability, maintenance, digital revolution: key issues in focus at Africa’s premier power forum

1st June 2018 New power sector priorities are emerging across Africa, such as the financing of new power projects, integration of independent power projects, sustainable plant management and the role of the digital revolution in power generation and distribution today. According to local and international... 

Rail operator to occupy its rail services hub this month

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     1st June 2018 Locomotive and rail operator Traxtion Sheltam plans to move into its rail services hub in Rosslyn, Pretoria, later this month, says CEO James Holley. The company started this project last year owing to its requiring a hub to service its own fleet of locomotives, wagons and cabooses. 

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