Green IT
8:00

Sky to tap: how water is provided and managed

A water-secure future necessitates close co-operation between the public and private sectors, says Russell Dick, CEO at MICROmega H20.

3:00

ZTE teams with KPN

The companies successfully completed the test of the first 5G application for Precision Agriculture on an experimental farm in The Netherlands.

1:10

Young scientists impress at Eskom Expo

A learner from PE was chosen as the overall winner and will head off to Berlin next year to complete a complimentary mechatronics apprenticeship.

4:00

Nuclear body slams SA's energy plans for renewables bias

Rather than being technology neutral, the IRP 2018 has been developed with certain policy outcomes in mind, says NIASA.

2:10

Dutch team bags Sasol Solar Challenge

Nuon from Delft University in the Netherlands wins the 2018 Sasol Solar Challenge in Stellenbosch, clocking 4 030.4km.

3:10

New app helps tackle tree threats in SA

The app allows users to report tree threats posed by invasive pests and infections, and enables service providers to respond in real-time.

5:00

Sasol Solar Challenge heats up

Tshwane University of Technology pulls a first at the ongoing race, overtaking one of the top international competitors.

3:30

Blockchain, AI, 3D printing reduce renewables prices

New technologies are accelerating the deployment of renewable energy, according to Deloitte.

3:10
Sep 13, 2018

Study reaffirms renewables now cheaper than coal

Rising input costs and energy insecurity have made coal increasingly less competitive for electricity generation, a study reveals.

2:10
Aug 28, 2018

SAP Next-Gen, SBC AfriTech seek water innovations

The entities tap into the creativity of start-ups to accelerate solutions aligned with the Global Water Initiative.

2:50
Aug 28, 2018

Fujitsu builds Edu-Smart Green Centres for schools

Fujitsu and Sizwe Africa IT Group collaborate to build Edu-Smart Green Centres to digitise schools in rural communities.