Green IT
5:40
Thursday

IBM's 5-in-5 foretells life-changing tech in five years

Digital farming, radical recycling and mapping the microbiome have the potential to change the way people work, live and interact, says IBM.

3:40

R12bn Kathu Solar Park goes commercial

With an installed capacity of 100MW, the facility will allow clean energy to be supplied to 179 000 homes in the Northern Cape.

1:20

White paper: Circular economy, your digital path

How digital enables the transformation into the sustainable circular economy.

1:40

Smart grid tech key to SA's energy mix

The Department of Energy encourages the energy sector to intensify the deployment of smart grids.

3:40

Why sustainable IT equates to sustainable business

Prohibitive electricity costs and fragile supply are driving innovation around more agile, resilient and energy-efficient hardware, says Xavier Nel, head of Product at CloudGate.

4:20

Tech-driven human settlements roadmap in the pipeline

The master plan seeks to flesh out how government can use science, technology and innovation to secure smart, green households and neighbourhoods in SA.

4:40

Jaguar Land Rover readies e-vehicle rollout in SA

The British automotive company invests over R30 million in building local public charging stations to prepare for its imminent electric vehicle launch.

4:30
24 Jan

Coalition formed at WEF to curb $62.5bn e-waste woes

Global organisations at the World Economic Forum in Davos come together to address electronic waste challenges.

3:10

Future skills requirements

Organisations that embrace engaging, empowering and inspiring leadership attract employees who are connected and engaged with the company, says Amy Dempsey, principal consultant at Bizmod Consulting.

2:50
21 Jan

Renewable energy costs to keep escalating, says Eskom

Commitments from the earlier bid windows mean costs associated with renewables will continue to increase, the power utility says.

4:30
Jan 16, 2019

Global policy to spur 2019 digital innovation trends

Implementation of global government policies will stimulate developments in passenger drone services, facial recognition systems and biodegradable products.