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MER Project launched in the Western Cape

THE Western Cape Government has launched its three-year Municipal Energy Resilience (MER) Project to assist municipalities to take advantage of the new energy regulations, which may include purchasing energy directly from Independent...

Cape Town to plug in to IPPs

To ease the burden on South Africa's ailing power infrastructure, the Department of Energy made the decision to allow the country's major cities to buy electricity directly from independent power producers...

Adding value to IPPs in the sugar industry

SUGAR millers depend on high plant availability for maximum input versus output. The main opportunity in this market segment is not only upgrading old and outdated systems, but the value-add that...

African Municipalities Seek the Option to Procure from IPPs

Africa’s energy demand is expected to double by 2050 and with its abundant supply of renewables, the continent has adequate capacity to supply this demand.  Renewable energy, set to grow exponentially...

Court date set for City’s fight for right to buy cleaner energy from IPPs

The City of Cape Town is elated that June 18 has been set as the date for its hearing on being allowed to purchase power from independent power producers (IPPs) –...


Modernised building utilities save money and resources

Water resources are under significant pressure, pushed to the brink by the modernising world, rapid urbanisation, and population growth. Utility management philosophies had not...