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Strong upward trajectory for EV traction motors predicted by 2030

A recently published market intelligence report shows an upward trajectory in the global EV market because of a strong demand for EV traction motors. The global EV traction motors market is anticipated to reach $ 6.4 billion by the end of 2021. 

World Nuclear Energy Day, honouring an industry

The 2nd of December marks the second annual celebration of nuclear energy and the people who make it happen - these are the frontline nuclear workers who keep the lights on and facilities operating amid the pandemic.

Battery production in the DRC could be gamechanger

The Democratic Republic of the Congo could leverage its abundant cobalt resources and hydroelectric power to become a low-cost, low-emissions producer of lithium-ion battery cathode precursor materials.

Global renewable electricity growth is accelerating faster than ever

The growth of the world’s capacity to generate renewable electricity is on course to accelerate over the coming years, says new IEA report.

Coega Development Corporation extends automotive expertise to Senegal

The Coega Development Corporation (CDC) announced it is extending its advisory services and expertise in the automotive industry to Senegal.

Pumped storage: The ideal clean, green battery

Pumped storage hydropower, known as ‘the world’s water battery’, is the most critical component in accommodating the intermittent nature and seasonality of renewable energy technologies – yet it is often ignored.

Life-extension of nuclear power station big risk for SA

Preparations are underway for the life-extension of Eskom’s 1,840MW Koeberg nuclear power station. Chris Yelland gives a breakdown of the budget and scope.

92,000 jobs potentially at stake because of the energy transition

Climate change labour experts have highlighted the impact that the just-transition could have on workers employed in the coal industry. Anna Majavu writes on how moving to a low-carbon economy could negatively impact South African workers as unions weaken and renewable energy components continue to be imported at the expense of local jobs.

Global energy storage market will hit one terawatt-hour by 2030

A new report released by BloombergNEF (BNEF) has found that the global energy storage market will reach one terawatt-hour by 2030.

COP26: Green technologies crucial in the fight against climate change

IDTechEx examines three crucial technologies in the fight against climate change that saw advancements during this year’s COP proceedings.

Is nuclear relevant to an African power build programme?

Tim Yeo, chairman of the New Nuclear Watch Institute, unpacks the relevance of nuclear power build to an African country’s energy infrastructure plan.

The grey areas in South Africa’s energy policies

While South Africa has been eager to excel in global climate diplomacy, the country’s climate and energy policies have been less outspoken.