Green IT
27 Nov

Audi to cut 9.5K jobs in electric car push

In its drive to make electric vehicles, the carmaker will lay off thousands of employees and also create 2 000 new roles.

25 Nov

Tesla fans line up for new Cybertruck

Pre-orders for Elon Musk’s first electric truck pour in, despite it officially being available only in late 2021.


WiSolar Academy comes to SA

The launch of the WiSolar Academy reiterates the company's goal of supporting as many people as possible to reach their full potential.


Kyocera celebrates landmark charter

Kyocera Document Solutions SA celebrates 28 years of its Environmental Charter.

19 Nov

WCape gains Mantashe’s approval to explore renewables

Energy minister Gwede Mantashe gives the province the green light to explore independent power producers for energy needs.


Wind energy body appoints new board

The new board members are entrusted with steering the wind energy sector, and advocating for clean, affordable energy.

Nov 5, 2019

CSIR proposes three more wind, solar power zones

The CSIR submits a proposal to the environmental affairs minister to declare Klerksdorp, Beaufort West and eMalahleni as viable areas for solar energy facilities.

Nov 5, 2019

Enel breaks ground on R6.4bn wind farms

The company begins the construction of its Karusa and Soetwater wind farms, with an installed capacity of 140MW each.

Nov 1, 2019

EV charging infrastructure launched at ACSA airports

ACSA has collaborated with BMW SA to introduce electric vehicle charging stations at three airports.

Oct 22, 2019

German start-up shows off all-electric flying taxi

The Lilium Jet, which will be able to complete journeys of up to 300km in one hour on a single charge, has now been flown at speeds exceeding 100km/h.


Renewable energy to balloon by 50% globally

The adoption of clean energy sources is on the rise globally and in five years massive wattage from renewables is expected to be added to the grid.

Oct 21, 2019

Mixed reaction to SA’s power plan

Industry body reaction to government’s envisaged energy production plan sees some critical of the proposal and others cautiously optimistic.