Two new economic trends will benefit the economy of KZN and attract investors to South Africa’s east coast: the Oceans Economy and the move to gas.
Areas of investment that are expected to grow fastest include fuel cell technology, machinery for mining, energy generation and RE component manufacturing.
The 5th Independent Power Producers and Power Purchase Agreements Conference (IPP & PPA Conference) will take place alongside the annual Africa Energy Indaba conference in Johannesburg, 22 February 2018.
You can enter from 30 October 2017 and entries close on 15 January 2018. No late entries will be accepted.
Infrastructure at a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) supports the specific industry and attracts investors with a strong focus on beneficiation of local produce or materials.
As the need is so big, many solutions are required, opening huge market opportunities for both large-scale electricity, but also for new opportunities like off-grid, small-grid, micro-grid, rooftop or household solutions.
Eastern Cape Business interviewed Lefadi Makibinyane, CEO of Amatola Water about the organisation's role in managing the region's water resources.
Khobab Wind Farm has announced the completion of all 61 wind turbine installations, more than two weeks ahead of schedule, on 8 September 2017.
The City of Tshwane is committed to developing an economic future that is inclusive, diversified and competitive. These focus investment sectors offer current opportunities for local and international investors.
There is power in numbers and collaboration on infrastructure projects between African nations would be to the benefit of Africa as a whole, whilst also bringing down the costs of doing business.