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Blockchain crowdfunding for African solar PV installations
South Africa's the Sun Exchange has launched a blockchain crowdfunding platform to cut electricity prices for commercial and industrial customers.
South Africa's gas to power programme unpacked
South Africa is set to launch an IPP procurement for 3,000MW of new gas fired generation capacity.
“Nuclear is South Africa’s only answer to its energy crisis”
Nuclear has to form South Africa’s base load if it wants to avoid an even bigger energy crisis.
Fast tracking South Africa’s smart energy plans
Global expertise in utility transformation and smart technologies will help South Africa realise its smart energy plans.
Africa’s First Solar Powered Airport Works Toward Grid Independence
South Africa’s George Airport is one of nine in the country that is aiming to reduce grid dependence.
South African Research Company Works Towards 100% Renewables
CSIR leads by example by installing a 558kW ground-mounted solar photovoltaic plant on its campus.
Time to Privatise South Africa’s Power Sector
South Africa’s state owned utility expects consumers to pay for its ongoing mismanagement, resulting in billions of debt.
South Africa’s Solar Market Needs Innovative Financing
South Africa’s rooftop solar market is quickly falling behind the rest of the world’s due to rebate uncertainty and lack of finance options.
Hydropower Should Have a Place in South Africa’s Power Mix
Small hydropower can play a pivotal role in providing energy access to remote areas in Africa.
Transmission & Distribution
South Africa's IPP Challenges Renewables Integration
Transmission planning has become a lot more challenging since the inception of the Independent Power Producer programme.
Data Analytics Helps Cape Town To Reduce Water Revenue Losses by 20%
Cape Town’s new data processor SWIFT is identifying and closing system gaps with improved consumption data analytics.