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South African Public Enterprise Minister declines former Eskom CEO ZAR30 million pay-out

Sunday, April 23rd, 2017

South African Public Enterprise Minister declines former Eskom CEO ZAR30 million pay-out

The South African Minister of Public Enterprises, Lynne Brown, has declined Eskom’s proposal to pay its former Group Chief Executive, Brian Molefe, a ZAR30 million pension pay-out. “I have considered the Eskom Board’s reasoning in formulating the proposed pension payout and cannot support it,” says Brown. “I found the argument presented by the Board on

Eskom invests ZAR23.4 million for renewable energy research

Thursday, April 20th, 2017

Eskom invests ZAR23.4 million for renewable energy research

Eskom has, over an extended period of time, funded research work done by both the CSIR and Stellenbosch University, which has ostensibly benefitted research in the renewable energy space. “Eskom’s unique role in driving the socio-economic growth...

World Bank to show how Africa’s electricity providers can be profitable

Thursday, April 20th, 2017

World Bank to show how Africa’s electricity providers can be profitable

A new World Bank study presents a sobering assessment of the financial health of electricity utilities in Sub-Saharan Africa and suggests how utilities can be profitable while extending affordable services for the poor. “A central but under-reported...

Engen Mauritius new Managing Director speaks

Tuesday, April 11th, 2017

Engen Mauritius new Managing Director speaks

Ivorian-born Adama Soro arrived in Mauritius in 2016 to take the helm as the new Managing Director of Engen on the island. Having previously been assigned to head up Engen Rwanda (2008-2011), before taking over as Managing...

Decentralisation of generation vital for tackling Africa’s energy challenges

Saturday, April 8th, 2017

Decentralisation of generation vital for tackling Africa’s energy challenges

Decentralisation of generation and determining the optimal energy mix for available resources and needs are crucial for addressing Africa’s energy challenges. This is according to experts on the advisory board of the upcoming POWER-GEN and DistribuTECH Africa...

African Utility Week highlights opportunities in continent’s energy market (View Image)

Thursday, March 30th, 2017

African Utility Week highlights opportunities in continent’s energy market (View Image)

The African Utility Week (www.African-Utility-Week.com), taking place from 16 to 18 May 2017 in Cape Town, will showcase how the continent is coming up with innovative, home-grown solutions to its energy and water challenges and how these are...

Sandton Central switched off lights for Earth Hour (View Images)

Saturday, March 25th, 2017

Sandton Central switched off lights for Earth Hour (View Images)

Sandton Central, Joburg’s premier business, shopping and tourism centre switched off lights at most of its buildings on 25 March 2017, to help address climate change. South Africans took action against climate change on Saturday evening when...

Shumba Energy secures Mabesekwa IPP Esia approval in Botswana

Friday, July 8th, 2016

Shumba Energy secures Mabesekwa IPP Esia approval in Botswana

Shumba Energy is pleased to announce that they have received approval from the Ministry of Environment, Wildlife and Tourism of Republic of Botswana. “We are delighted to have received ESIA approval for the MEIPP, which is a major milestone...

GE Invests ZAR500 million to Innovate in Africa

Friday, June 24th, 2016

GE Invests ZAR500 million to Innovate in Africa

GE today, one of the world’s biggest digital industrial companies, today, 24 June 2016, officially opened its ZAR500 million 2 700m2 facility, the GE Africa Innovation Centre in Johannesburg South Africa. The centre, a first for GE...

Eskom tariff hike gives businesses the shivers

Thursday, June 23rd, 2016

Eskom tariff hike gives businesses the shivers

Local ICT Infrastructure company BT-SA has warned that the 9.4% Eskom tariff hike will have a huge effect on businesses, especially if they fail to streamline their energy consumption. Incorporating smart office or home technology into a...

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