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Power developments in Africa – April 2020

Renewable energy aids economic growth Kenya, blessed with abundant resources in the form of solar, wind and geothermal energy, has already made notable progress in...

Four ways to help your business thrive in uncertain times

by Aimee Clarke, SWM Communications It is no secret that the current business environment in South Africa is not particularly conducive to prosperity. Even before...

Adding value to IPPs

Being in a heavy industrial engineering environment, SEW-Eurodrive offers a range of transmission solutions to assist sugar millers in cutting costs. Sugar millers depend...

IR windows for safe electrical panel inspection

Infra-red (IR) cameras are based on digital camera technology and therefore require a direct-line-of-site to record an accurate image. The area to be measured...

Golden opportunities of the energy transition and digital transformation

The mining industry is often associated with massive pits either excavated into the ground or underneath the surface. Concern about the environmental impact of...

Partnering to respond to COVID-19 pandemic

Cummins has reached an agreement with 3M to manufacture high-efficiency particulate filters for use in 3M’s Powered Air Purifying Respirators (PAPRs). PAPRs are important...

Massive SA solar complex completed

Scatec Solar and partners have grid-connected and started commercial operation of the third 86 MW solar plant in Upington. This brings to completion the...

Northern Cape designer sets up protective mask production

Local Noupoort resident, Martha Ntombi Mosoane, a rural Northern Cape designer, has successfully registered with the government’s Central Supplier Database, in the wake of...

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