Green IT

Standard Bank gets approval to acquire renewable energy projects

The competition watchdog gives a fund owned by the bank the green light to acquire Mulilo Prieska and De Aar projects in SA.


Agnostic ‘plug-and-play’ modular workspaces

Containers can be located anywhere, their placement isn’t bound by building requirements and no formal designs are required from the council, says Sizwe Africa IT Group's Gerrit Olivier.


White paper: A sustainable future for office printing, today

Achieving corporate sustainability objectives for printing and document management with ECOSYS from Kyocera.

5 May

NASA uses satellite data to probe COVID-19 lockdown impact

The US space agency runs various tech-based research projects aimed at unravelling the impact of the coronavirus on the environment.


Uncertainties shroud renewable energy deals in short-term

The decline in power consumption is expected to impact existing power purchase agreements, says GlobalData.


COVID-19 leaves SA’s renewable sector in limbo

The coronavirus pandemic will put to the test the local industry’s skills, resilience and depth of pockets.


Technology – SA’s water lifeline

South African companies collaborate to create intelligent solutions for the growing water crisis and ongoing climatic change.

Apr 23, 2020

Side-stepping load-shedding by going green

AWPower designed and installed a solar PV system at a home to avoid downtime during load-shedding and saving on electricity costs.

Apr 22, 2020

Dark data wastes tonnes of CO2

Veritas estimates 5.8 million tonnes of CO2 will be unnecessarily pumped into the atmosphere as a result of powering the storage of this kind of data this year alone.

Apr 22, 2020

IOT transforms management of intelligent cell sites

The introduction of IOT technology at 3 800 cell sites delivered energy savings similar to 1 130 vehicles not being driven for a full year, says IoT.nxt.


Generation Africa kicks off next agritech competition for Africa

Organisers say the 2020 competition launched amid the coronavirus pandemic will give hope and support to agripreneurs on the African continent.

Apr 14, 2020

Eskom’s grid guru appointed as IPP Office head

Tshifhiwa Bernard Magoro will assume the Independent Power Producers Office head role from 1 May, replacing the axed Karen Breytenbach.