With the signing off on four new wind projects in April 2018, the Eastern Cape reinforced its position as a prime destination for wind power.
The Western Cape’s exports are expanding while the region’s reputation as a technology hub continues to grow.
A pilot project in the small rural town of De Rust has shown that a constructed wetland system and wastewater reuse can improve the health of a catchment system and convert wastewater into a useful resource.
A new report commissioned by IFC and ESMAP finds that energy storage deployments in emerging markets are expected to grow by 40% annually over the coming decade.
The Africa Energy Indaba is launching an Energy Solutions Pavilion, providing companies who have an energy solution that can support manufacturers with the opportunity to showcase their products.
Industry experts are invited to submit an abstract by 17 January 2020 to be considered as a speaker during the African Smart Cities Summit 2020.
Political will is a major component in the equation; an AfCFTA Business Forum has been established to allow for private sector engagement with the formulators of policy.
Funding is sought for upgrading of the water and power reticulation systems and refurbishment of the water treatment plant.
The Africa Energy Outlook 2019 report states that cumulative investments of $2.6-trillion are required between 2019 and 2040 to meet the rising energy demand and provide more accessible energy facilities to African citizens.
John Sibanyoni, Geohydrologist and Acting Water Use Manager for the Breede-Gouritz Catchment Management Agency, reflects on how South Africans have to start thinking differently about water.