solar energy

 
Race towards a brave new world
Race towards a brave new world
The floor of the hall adjoining the DP de Villiers Stadium in Sasolburg is crawling with brown ants, which deliver stinging bites to the ankles of...
Innovation in construction
Innovation in construction
Architect David Roberts started building and designing with elaborate forts in his sandpit, a forgiving environment. By the time he reached his...
Regulations may dim a solar dawn
Regulations may dim a solar dawn
On Thursday, June 28, Sola Future Energy chief executive Dominic Wills was just outside Clanwilliam worryingly texting his colleagues.
Lighting up Africa
Lighting up Africa
Weather. The endless, bright sunshine of Africa. This is one of the continent’s most untapped resources as the harvesting and storage of solar...
How sub-Saharan Africa can harness its big electricity opportunities
How sub-Saharan Africa can harness its big electricity opportunities
Electricity lifts people out of poverty and improves their health and standards of living. Yet 1.3 billion of the world’s people don’t have...
South Africa, where education creates shared value
South Africa, where education creates shared value
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world,” said Nelson Mandela. It is because of this that Enel Green Power...
South Africa positions itself to go green using platinum group metals
South Africa positions itself to go green using platinum group metals
Hydrogen and fuel cell technologies (HFCT) have received considerable attention in South Africa from a mineral beneficiation perspective. Platinum...
Why South Africa’s power utility should boost its output of in-house renewables
Why South Africa’s power utility should boost its output of in-house renewables
South Africa has exceptionally favourable conditions for solar and wind power generation. But these sources currently only contribute
Big boost in jobs in renewable energy sector worldwide with 10-million now employed
Big boost in jobs in renewable energy sector worldwide with 10-million now employed
Nearly 10-million people worldwide were employed in the renewable energy sector in 2016, double the number of people working on building solar and...
At the heart of Eskom’s vast network is a strategic hub that keeps things running
At the heart of Eskom’s vast network is a strategic hub that keeps things running
From the outside, Eskom’s research, testing and development (RT&D) centre bears the tell-tale characteristics of archaic apartheid architecture:...

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