The City of Cape Town has set a target of generating 20% of its electricity from renewable energy.
The mining sector continues to attract significant investments into Limpopo Province while agri-processing, tourism and energy are the other key sectors where new assets are being developed.
Opportunities available in this 35 ha greenfield project that enjoys good visibility, access to major arterial roads and passenger and goods rail from a central location within the city.
Blesbok is a mobile water provisioning system for the military which is able to purify all types of water including ground water, sea water and reclaimed water.
Manufacturing and downstream industries are being stimulated by foreign investment in a Special Economic Zone.
Renewable and self-sustaining mini- and off-grid solutions serve as alternatives to traditional grid connections to achieve energy-access goals for remote communities.
South Africa’s exciting renewable energy programme is back on track.
The CTICC’s water saving initiatives has resulted in a 30% saving of water over the past financial year alone. Building on this success, the CTICC commissioned its own reverse osmosis plant.
Discuss your project requirements with Lesedi, an established engineering, project management and maintenance solutions house that conceptualises, manages, and implements its own engineering projects.
Africa Energy Indaba 2019 will host an interactive and collaborative discussion on Africa Power Vision, unleashing insights that will pave the way for a more advanced and accessible energy landscape across Africa.