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IOT helps transport sector reduce carbon footprint

A revolution that will increase efficiency is fast approaching, spearheaded by the Internet of things, big data and automation.

Renewables industry rubbishes Numsa's claims

The imminent closures of Eskom's old coal-fired power stations are inevitable and unrelated to the renewable energy programme.

R58bn renewables deals blocked at 11th hour

Trade union Numsa and civic group Transform RSA granted urgent court interdict to stop the signing of the power deals.

Down the drain

Darren Oxlee, Chief Technical Officer at Utility Systems, discusses how water leakage affects us and what we can do about it.

Art project turns plastic into usable gas

The Dung Beetle art project, which turns plastic into gas and fuel, hopes to help communities build their own gasification systems.

R58bn long-awaited renewables deals finally see light

Following a protracted period of uncertainty, energy minister Jeff Radebe says outstanding projects will be signed on Tuesday.

UCT partners with German institute to drive renewables

The institutions will collaborate closely on activities to accelerate progress in hydrogen and fuel cell technology.

Hackathons seek drought-prevention solutions

City officials, business leaders and tech gurus are rallying together to find viable solutions to the national drought disaster in SA.

CSIR introduces technologies to improve water quality

The low-cost technologies aim to purify water and enhance service delivery in remote municipalities across the country.

Using analytics to improve the world

The Data for Good campaign aims to apply analytics to global challenges, thereby improving lives around the world, says Antionette van Zyl, business solutions manager at SAS SA.

Solutions sought for Cape Town water crisis

22 Feb

Power and energy magazine ESI Africa will host a free-to-air Webinar next month to seek tech strategies to combat the problem.

KFC adds solar to its secret recipe

22 Feb

Outlets in the Eastern Cape install solar energy, looking to save up to R410 000 over a five-year term.

Curbing Day Zero one tech at a time

Feb 16, 2018

Capetonians continue with desperate attempts to find digital solutions to mitigate Day Zero, despite the day being pushed out to 4 June.