Op-Ed: Impacts of climate change in Vietnam

Vietnam, known for its beaches, rivers, and bustling cities, is considered among countries that are significantly impacted by global climate change.
Chernobyl

Op-Ed: HBO’s Chernobyl documentary falls under scrutiny

A mini-series produced by HBO depicts the Chernobyl nuclear disaster of April 1986 and the unprecedented cleanup efforts that followed but is it accurate?
smart

Ed’s Note: All things smart, big and small

Africa’s grid networks are not ready for anything ‘smart’, let alone the encroaching forces of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
recycling

Op-Ed: What should we do when recycling is not recycled?

South Africa's plastic recycling is now at 43% and has overtaken Europe in these statistics but some municipalities remain apathetic to separate waste.

Motor protection with added value

Devan Reddy, product manager at Eaton explains how information about a motor's status can make an important contribution to improving system availability.

Energy storage is key to the future of power

Seydou Kane, Managing Director at Eaton South Africa discusses the importance of energy storage in Africa’s renewable power mix.
electricity access

Ed’s Note: Access to electricity is a constitutional right!

Panel of experts say electricity access is a constitutional right and that Eskom must remain part of the solution as the sector transforms.
energy poverty

Reducing energy poverty through education

Energy fuels the engine of the modern world and has the power to bring billions more out of abject poverty via educational programmes.
Open Africa Power

2019 class of Open Africa Power visits Italy

The 2019 edition of Open Africa Power started its final module in Milan on June 24, taking on 16 students from eight African countries.

Solar PV: The solution for businesses

Increased demand and technological advances have attributed to the significant decrease in solar PV systems costs over the years.

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