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Leonardo fitted with Backup Power from Zest Weg Group

By: Creamer Media Reporter      25th June 2019 As Sandton anticipates the completion this year of the Leonardo, the top-end mixed-use skyscraper being constructed by Aveng-Grinaker LTA, Level 1 BBBEE-rated Zest WEG Group has supplied generator sets to keep lights on during outages. The iconic structure, that will dominate the skyline as the... 

Rolls-Royce reports strong progress in its civil aerospace 'IntelligentEngine' initiative

By: Rebecca Campbell     24th June 2019 UK-based global major power plant manufacturer Rolls-Royce has reported that its “IntelligentEngine” philosophy (also referred to as a vision) is making strong progress throughout its Civil Aerospace products and services “portfolio”, powerfully driven by the capabilities of digital technology.... 

Puma II project, Brazil

By: Sheila Barradas     21st June 2019 Klabin plans to assemble two packaging paper machines, with integrated pulp production at the project. 

Plasma ignition for burners now available to South African market

7th June 2019 Industrial equipment supplier O.E.N. Enterprises has introduced the new Hegwein Microwave Plasma Ignition System manufactured by combustion technology firm Durag Group as part of its portfolio of igniters available to the South African burner market. O.E.N highlights that firing up large... 

TCTA comes up with power alternative amid ‘war zone’ at Mintails plant  

By: Marleny Arnoldi     6th June 2019 The Trans-Caledon Tunnel Authority on Thursday announced that its acid mine drainage water treatment plant in the Western basin, near Krugersdorp, could not be reopened as planned on June 4. This was owing to an escalating security threat at the adjacent Mintails gold treatment plant, where... 

‘Blanket deviation’ does not exempt 1 MW to 10 MW projects from licensing process – Nersa  

By: Terence Creamer     31st May 2019 The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) is ready to consider licence applications for small-scale embedded generator (SSEG) plants between 1 MW and 10 MW in line with the “blanket deviation” from the Integrated Resources Plan (IRP) provided by former Energy Minister Jeff Radebe in a... 

Orot Rabin modernisation project, Israel

By: Sheila Barradas     31st May 2019 Israel Electric Corporation plans to convert the existing Orat Rabin power station from coal to gas generation. 

South Africa still top seaborne manganese supplier – Jupiter  

By: Martin Creamer     30th May 2019 South Africa remains the leading manganese supplier to the seaborne market, accounting for more than 35% of global production, excluding China, Jupiter Mines chairperson Brian Gilbertson noted in the company’s annual report on Thursday. Australia-listed Jupiter Mines owns 49.9% of Tshipi é Ntle,... 

Orot Rabin modernisation project, Israel

By: Sheila Barradas     24th May 2019 Israel Electric Corporation plans to convert the existing Orot Rabin power station from coal to gas generation. 

Ffestiniog power station refurbishment, UK

By: Sheila Barradas     24th May 2019 Electric Mountain plans to refurbish two generating units at the power plant. 

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