The leaking vessel was en route to Brazil from China carrying over 3,800 tons of Very Low Sulphur Fuel Oil and 200 tons of diesel oil.
Join Mining Review Africa and ESI Africa for a live discussion where our panel of technical experts will provide insights on how to evaluate renewable energy offerings and how to balance commercial PPA obligations while maintaining grid stability.
Finance and Policy
Join ESI Africa, Jinko Solar, AREF and Huawei, in a live interactive discussion which will address the risks in renewable energy projects and to which party can they be assigned; how risks can be managed, at what cost; which risks can be eliminated in order to make solar PV C&I investments viable in the long run.
Journey into smart energy with ESI Africa Issue 3/2020 e-zine
Morning Coffee: A different look at revamping Eskom for a just energy transition
Morning coffee: What’s driving the market growth of power transmission lines?
Morning coffee: Hackathon offers a smart meter prize
Morning coffee: The (digital) AUW & PGAF show will go on!
Morning Coffee: Should we be exploring more, or leaving the water alone?
Morning coffee: ESI Africa Issue 3 covers smart energy revolution
Morning coffee: Get ready for Industry 4.0
Morning Coffee: Undergrid community
Morning Coffee: Empowering women with clean energy
Morning coffee: Tips for Nigerian privatised power sector
Morning coffee: Insuring your infrastructure projects
Morning coffee: Corporate power purchase agreements
Morning coffee: South Africa explores refinancing options of IPPs to lower tariffs
Morning coffee. Loadshedding gives power to pay-as-you-go cooking gas revolution
Morning Coffee: Warming to Ted Blom's views on the latest
Morning coffee: Can climate finance drive decarbonisation?
Morning coffee: Look to China to solve loadshedding in South Africa
Morning Coffee: How much would you pay for electricity?
GenderLens on COVID-19: Nomalungelo Mbewu
Morning Coffee: The first Virtual Utility CEO Forum: Central Africa!
Morning coffee: Private investment, a key focus at Future Energy East Africa
Morning coffee – AKK gas pipeline to grow Nigeria’s gas economy
GenderLens on COVID-19: Ntombifuthi Ntuli
Morning coffee with ESI Africa: Climate change amid a pandemic
Morning coffee: Grant proposal, Powering Renewable Energy Opportunities
Morning coffee with ESI Africa: Solar to spur continent’s post-pandemic bounce?
Morning coffee: Is a green economic recovery possible?
Morning coffee – Botswana’s energy landscape takes a turn
Morning Coffee with ESI Africa: Build back better – Invest Green
Morning coffee – Nuclear shakes up South Africa’s energy industry
GenderLens on COVID-19: Liesl Esau
Morning coffee with ESI Africa: Future Energy East Africa goes virtual
GenderLens on COVID-19: Karen de Bruyn
Morning coffee with ESI Africa: Aiming for a net zero economy
Morning coffee: The draft regulations on generation capacity commentary by SAPVIA
GenderLens on COVID-19: Peta Wolpe
Morning coffee: Why mini grids are the Amazons of the energy sector
Morning coffee: SA’s renewables programme can’t delay
Morning coffee with ESI Africa – Opportunities for energy developers
GenderLens on COVID-19: Punkie Majola
Morning Coffee with ESI Africa: Can waste be money?
Morning coffee – Pushing the 2030 Agenda
Morning coffee: Renewable energy to the rescue
Morning coffee: Be innovative with ESI Africa
GenderLens on COVID-19: Refilwe Mokgosi
Morning coffee: Eskom’s loadshedding prognosis
Morning coffee – Tender opportunity for IPPs
GenderLens on COVID-19: Wendy Poulton
GenderLens on COVID-19: Naniki Nzuza
Morning coffee – geothermal favoured for energy mix
Tribute to the industry for keeping the lights on
Morning coffee: AInvestment for SMMEs - two virtual session you don't want to miss
Morning coffee – Maintenance keeps the lights on
Kiwi start-up Emrod claims to have developed the world’s first long-range, high-power, wireless power transmission as an alternative to existing copper line technology.