Green IT

Renewables sector challenges Eskom over load-shedding

The industry believes clean energy can help to stop the latest bout of load-shedding introduced by Eskom.


Western Cape gets the nod from renewable energy sector

The province is set to play a major role as the country forges ahead with its renewable energy push.


Plumbing the depths of IOT

Plumbers have become key in driving water sustainability goals, leveraging new business models and helping deploy smart water solutions powered by the IOT, says Ushal Moonsamy, chief solutions officer at SqwidNet.


SADC is top investment destination for renewable energy

The region is favoured by investors in the renewable energy sector, according to the South African Wind Energy Association.


More electric vehicle charging stations for SA

Eight electric vehicle public charging stations will be installed in four locations around SA this week, as part of National Transport Month.


SA not ready for autonomous vehicles

As the race to commercially introduce self-driving vehicles heats up, SA will have to wait for more than a decade before autonomous vehicles become a reality on its roads.

3 Oct

Electric vehicles race around the country

BMW, Nissan and Jaguar Land Rover embark on a seven-day electric vehicle road trip from Johannesburg to Cape Town.


Smart cities can lower carbon emissions

National governments that invest in low-carbon smart cities can enhance economic prosperity, a report says.


Six million electric vehicles on global roads

As global electric vehicle manufacturers race to implement their electrification strategies, the market experiences a “remarkable growth” trajectory.


Mercedes-Benz shows off luxury new electric vehicle in SA

The car manufacturer’s first electric vehicle, the EQC 400 4MATIC, premiered at the Smarter Mobility Africa Summit today.


GreenCape hands over Atlantis green tech zone

The Special Economic Zone for Green Technologies has been handed over from non-profit organisation GreenCape to Wesgro.