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Cirrus uses Atmospheric Water Generation

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Atmospheric Water Generation (AWG)


Through a process called atmospheric water generation, CWM produces an unlimited supply of high-quality drinking water by extracting moisture out of the atmosphere where there is always a supply of humidity. The technology harvests moisture from the air by drawing air into the water generator and cooling it, causing the natural moisture in the air to condense. The condensed water is collected and passed through an advanced filtration process that removes any impurities.

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Cummins comes to town

Although not strictly planned as an anniversary to mark an epic crossing of the USA in 1931, when Cummins founder Clessie Cummins drove coast to coast over 5,270km in a truck fitted with his Model U diesel engine to prove its durability, it is fitting that 85 years later Cummins Power Generation division should undertake its City to City Tour of South Africa.

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Eskom seeks to shed the blackout shadow

Eskom’s CEO, Brian Molefe seemed relaxed and confident at the quarterly “State of the System Briefing” at parliament yesterday as he assured the nation that Eskom is back in control of the system, rather than the other way around. He affirms that there will be no load shedding until at least February 2017, and even went on to expand on the company’s plans to be able to export energy within the next decade.

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Electricity seen as major economic constraint - JP Landman

Renowned political and trend analyst, JP Landman, sees the shortage and intermittent supply of electricity as the major constraint on the South African economy at present. Speaking at a breakfast of the Motor Industry Staff Association (MISA) at Automechanika Johannesburg on May 7, he said it was vital that power generation projects to ease the situation be fast-tracked.

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More gas import infrastructure to power SA

The Department of Energy (DoE) announced yesterday at the Energy Indaba in Sandton that it plans to build the infrastructure to import natural gas for electric turbines, to build out its co-generation plans with a mix of coal and gas generation. This in the hopes of closing the shortage of generation capacity in the country.

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