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Drivers improving the business case for solar power

Information from IM Power  -   Covid-19 has presented businesses with the opportunity to re-evaluate both their operational models and costs. Proactive organisations found themselves navigating...

South Africa’s double-edged energy sword

by Jonathan Skeen, SOLA  -   South Africans can expect as much as a 15% increase in their electricity costs from mid-2021. This will mark more...

Look out SA! Electricity tariffs set to soar

Electricity tariffs are likely to soar over the next three years, with businesses and "the affluent" likely to face the steepest increase. Eskom has won...

Eskom wins tariff increase battle

Eskom has won its case against the National Regulator of South Africa’s (Nersa’s) decision to reduce the tariff increase the power utility had requested...

Eskom rejects Nersa’s decisions regarding MYPD4 – heads to court; Nersa responds

According to Eskom, the reasons given by the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa), regarding allowed electricity tariff increases for the next three years, undermine the power...

Response to the application for import tariffs on solar panels

BusinessChief.com reports that SegenSolar, a southern African subsidiary of the UK’s Segen group, has offered an opinion on South Africa’s proposed introduction of tariffs...

On the brink of a death spiral

With debt approaching R450-billion and an operating deficit of R20,7-billion for the 2018/2019 financial year, and the utility being unable to cover its operational...

Renewable energy IPP re-negotiation a clear breach of contract

The re-negotiation of terms with successful bidders of the first two rounds of South Africa’s Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (REIPPPP) would...

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Independent transmission system “essential” to end load shedding

by Roger Lilley, Now Media  -   To overcome the scourge of load shedding, two components are urgently needed: more generating...
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Drivers improving the business case for solar power

Information from IM Power  -   Covid-19 has presented businesses with the opportunity to re-evaluate both their operational models and costs....

Temperature monitor and controller saves municipality money

Instrotech recently supplied its DPM4003 and DPM3001M (low- and high-alarm relay output) temperature indicators to Levivi22 Engineering and Projects,...

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