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Siemens in solidarity with South Africa in its fight against the COVID-19 pandemic

3rd April 2020 Siemens commits R500 000.00 to the Solidarity Response Fund to aid in the fight against coronavirus in South Africa Siemens Plays a part in helping to ‘flatten the curve’ of Coronavirus 

Siemens perturbed by Adani protestors

6th February 2020 The president and CEO of German multinational conglomerate Siemens, Joe Kaeser, has told a press conference in Munich that the company might have taken the decision not to get involved in the Carmichael coal project had it been aware of anti-coal sentiments in the region. Siemens in December... 

EV pilot programme can help Rwanda go green

24th January 2020 Electric mobility through electric vehicles (EVs) in Rwanda can help the country in its efforts to go green, says Volkswagen South Africa (VWSA) CEO Thomas Schäfer.  This comes after Volkswagen launched a pilot project in the country in October last year, where it introduced its first EV in Africa. 

Tangible solutions to Ethiopia’s energy and infrastructure challenges

20th November 2019 In April 2019 Siemens signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Investment Commission of Ethiopia, to address the country’s energy and infrastructure sector challenges, to assist the government, stabilize and expand the existing grid infrastructure and explore island solutions for... 
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Both large, small markets suffering solar PV supply chain effects

The disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic on Chinese solar photovoltaic (PV) manufacturing companies has prompted a major jolt in the global solar PV supply chain, says analytics and consulting company GlobalData. “The resulting shortage of PV components is disrupting the industry at a... 

Worldwide, passenger air traffic fell sharply in February, Iata reports

Global air passenger traffic in February, measured in revenue passenger kilometres, fell by 14.1% in comparison to February 2019, the International Air Transport Association (Iata) reported on April 2. This was the sharpest fall since the notorious terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 in the... 
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