African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa to gather 10 000+ in Cape Town in May.
Lesedi is excited about the prospects of executing small scale biomass and waste to energy projects on the African continent and to date we have progressed significantly in South Africa.
The plant will have the capacity to produce 153-million litres of fuel-grade bio-ethanol per year.
The KIP development caters for all nature of tenant facilities, from large customised facilities through to smaller, economically efficient mini-factories.
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.
The main focus for the investor will be the construction of a solar farm. However, there are potential for other opportunities such as the manufacture of solar panels and a silicon smelter.
Dr Mbulelo Nokwequ, Head of Department at DESTEA, outlines some of the Free State’s unique selling propositions.
"It is critical for the sustainability of local manufacturing operations that they aggressively pursue opportunities to increase their market share..."
The potential of renewable energy sources such as solar, storage solutions and mini-grid generation projects are some of the exciting focus areas at African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa this year.
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