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New innovations like the Smart Grid Programme are evolving the energy industry in SA
South Africa's troubled power utility is being reset: CEO sets out how
Eastgate's solar trees continue to efficiently generate energy, provide light
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Sanedi receives international award for efforts in clean energy sector
Sawea, EWSETA sign MoU in support of internship programme
Kenya making significant progress with renewable energy
Energy amendments set to expand markets for IPPs, says Scatec
Vodacom installs new solar-powered sites in South Africa
Want to act on climate change but not sure how? Tweaking these 3 parts of your life will make the biggest difference
Preferred bidder for 2,600MW renewable energy to be announced next month
Renewable energy projects in rural Ghana have some built-in limitations
Eskom launches programme to boost use of green power
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Henley is using virtual reality - the empath machine of the emerging technology world
Repurposing coal stations - a circular economy energy solution
Enel Green Power's Nontokozo Nkosi joins Sawea board
South Africa faces isolation if it sticks with coal, Eskom CEO says
Singita introduces new initiative to help guests offset their carbon footprint
These 3 energy storage technologies can help solve the challenge of moving to 100% renewable electricity
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Hometainment and sustainable living: New Electrolux SA MD shares growth opportunities
Sustainable solutions: How LG's product innovation is driving positive change
SDG 6: There is no life without water so give it the attention it needs
Electricity pylons are seen in front of the cooling towers at the Lethabo Thermal Power Station,an Eskom coal-burning power station near Sasolburg in the northern Free State province, 2 March 2016. Reuters/Siphiwe Sibeko/File Photo
We throw away a third of the food we grow - here's what to do about waste
Kevin Pietersen, partners, Hogan Lovells
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Lethabo Power Station, a coal-fired power station owned by state power utility Eskom, is seen near a maize field near Sasolburg, South Africa, 31 January, 2020. Reuters/Siphiwe Sibeko/File Photo
Fortress looks to increase solar output with launch of R900m sustainability-linked bonds
Boikanyo Solar. Source: Supplied
Turbines on a wind farm outside Caledon near Cape Town, South Africa. Photo by Nardus Engelbrecht/Gallo Images/Getty Images
A coal beacon hill mine in Tete. Joshua Kirshner, Author provided
"How do we start a movement to save the planet and stop climate change?" asked at Henley Africa Dean's dialogue
National Science Week kicks off
Homegrown battery manufacturer secures R20m investment
Woolworths lays out next set of sustainability ambitions
Redefine lists R1bn sustainability-linked bond
A worker drives a vehicle at Zimplats' Ngwarati Mine in Mhondoro-Ngezi, file. Reuters/Philimon Bulawayo
COP26 on climate: Top priorities for Africa
Demonstrators in Johannesburg march against environmental damage done by coal. Photo by Cornell Tukiri/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
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Janine Espin, MD, Economic Development Solutions
Electricity is vital for improving the quality of life of many in rural sub-Saharan Africa.
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Seed Awards winners announced
A thirst for transformation and sustainability within the energy sector
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Golden Arrow launches South Africa's first electric-powered bus
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