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Mantashe again swats away calls for 50 MW licence-exemption cap on distributed plants 

By: Terence Creamer     Updated 7 hours ago Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe has again swatted aside calls for a 50 MW licence-exemption threshold for distributed-generation plants, describing such calls, which have been made by organised business and even endorsed by Eskom, as “academic” in light of a departmental... 

100-bed hospital handed over in East London

By: Donna Slater     14th May 2021 Siemens South Africa, the German Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development and the Solidarity Fund officially handed over a separate 100-bed modular hospital solution to the Cecilia Makiwane Hospital, in Mdantsane, near East London, on May 14. Built in fewer than 100 days, the hospital... 

Bushveld reports lower first-quarter vanadium output; working to improve Vametco’s performance

By: Donna Slater     14th May 2021 Aim-listed integrated primary vanadium producer and energy storage solutions provider Bushveld Minerals produced 688-million tonnes of vanadium in the first quarter. This was lower than the 880-million tonnes produced in the corresponding period of 2020 as a result of a 35-day planned... 

Bright Light Solar and the STS Group is casting light onto conservation by donating a fully funded off-grid solar and battery storage solution for Care For Wild Rhino Sanctuary

14th May 2021 Bright Light Solar and the Sectional Title Solutions (STS) Group of companies are casting light onto conservation efforts, by donating a fully funded off-grid solar and battery storage solution to the largest orphan Rhino sanctuary in the world, Care For Wild Rhino Sanctuary (CFWRS).... 

Biggest lithium miner gears up to tap major lode from old cars

By: Bloomberg     14th May 2021 The world’s biggest lithium miner wants to extract more of the battery metal from old cars as demand surges and aging electric vehicles are traded in. Albemarle is making investments and partnering with automotive equipment manufacturers on the recycling effort, which it calls “critical” to its... 

On-The-Air (14/05/2021) 

By: Martin Creamer     14th May 2021 The fact that New York City is to use platinum to help it decarbonise its buildings is great news; the iron-ore price is soaring to unprecedented heights and South Africa stands to benefit; and gold mining companies are going all out to be greener and cleaner. 

Redstone CSP reaches financial close, to start commercial operations in late 2023 

By: Schalk Burger     10th May 2021 Saudi energy generation and desalination company Acwa Power says construction has started on the 100 MW Redstone concentrated solar power (CSP) project after achieving financial close on the R11.6-billion project. Acwa, which is the lead shareholder in Redstone expects commercial operations to... 

Ingula Nature Reserve added to Ramsar Wetlands of International Importance list

By: Schalk Burger     7th May 2021 The Ingula Nature Reserve, created to conserve the unique wetland and high altitude grassland area that hosts State-owned power utility Eskom’s Ingula pumped storage scheme, has been included in the International Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International Importance, which is an international... 

Can Canada's oil-rich Alberta capture a low-carbon future?

By: Bloomberg     7th May 2021 At a research site in rural Alberta, carbon dioxide is injected deep into the ground. Using remote sensors, scientists monitor its movement to ensure the planet-heating gas does not migrate upwards. "Basically, think of ultrasound on bodies – we're doing ultrasound on the earth," said Don... 

Production starts at Total’s Zinia project in Angola

By: Simone Liedtke     6th May 2021 Production from the Zinia Phase 2 short-cycle project, which is connected to the existing Pazflor’s floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) unit in Angola, has started. The project is operated by petroleum refiner Total, which is the joint operator of Block 17 in Angola, together with... 

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