Self-generation pays, and businesses, industry, farmers and households that switch to solar are seeing notable savings. Read the full article here.
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Progress has been made in Africa’s development in biomass and the continent has the potential to capitalise on this renewable energy source, according to Lee Dawes, GE Steam Power Sub-Saharan Africa CEO. Read the full article here.
The publication of the long-awaited Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) in October last year will be a significant focus area for State-owned energy researcher the South African National Energy Development Institute (Sanedi) at this year’s Africa Energy Indaba. Read the full article here.
As South Africa prepares to restart its electricity procurement programmes, following a five-year hiatus, the global popularity of competitive auctions as the preferred instrument for procuring renewable energy has again been highlighted in a newly released report. Read the full article here.
The renewable energy industry in SA is asking for clear timelines for the signing of power purchase agreements (PPAs) to kick-start increased power generation. Read the full article here.
JOHANNESBURG – The South African Wind Energy Association (SAWEA) said it was celebrating President Cyril Ramaphosa’s firm commitment to SA’s renewable energy procurement programme (REI4P), which he announced during his State Of the Nation (SONA) address in Parliament on Thursday evening. Read the full article here.
Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology, last year, made a clear statement to the underground mining equipment sector with the acquisition of Artisan Vehicle Systems: the future is electric. Read the full article here.
Owners of small commercial and embedded generation, such as roof-top solar power systems, in South Africa now have clearer guidelines for connecting to the distribution grid. Read the full article here.
CAPE TOWN (miningweekly.com) – Minerals Council South Africa, which has 17 coal-mining members, on Tuesday expressed support for a just transition to cleaner energy in recognition of the issues relating to climate change. Read the full article here.
State rail utility Transnet plans to nearly quadruple its coal deliveries to embattled electricity monopoly Eskom to potentially lower power prices. Read the full article here.