Global power demand to climb to 62% by 2050

Bloomberg NEF’s New Energy Outlook report predicts that global power demand will grow by 62% between now and 2050, equating to 1.5% a year.

Road infrastructure for Phase II of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project

The Lesotho Highlands Development Authority has awarded two separate contracts for the construction of the Polihali Western Access Road Joint Venture and Rumdel/AC JV respectively.

Disciplinary hearing scheduled for suspended Necsa legal officer

The Necsa Board has instituted disciplinary action against its suspended chief legal officer on the eve of his urgent Labour Court application.
LNG regasification

Germany to drive Europe’s new-build LNG regasification market

Germany is expected to drive capacity growth in Europe’s LNG regasification industry from planned and new-build projects during the period 2019 to 2023.

WINDABA Conference announces strategic partnership with AEEP

Date: 13 August 2019 Windaba Conference and Exhibition, ‘Africa's Premier Wind Energy Platform' takes place on 8 and 9 October...

Mozambique inaugurates 40MW solar plant

The 40MW Mocuba solar power plant in Mozambique was officially inaugurated this month by Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi.
solar PV

Solar shading system surge owing to increasing smart city projects

The global solar shading system market is projected to record a steady 3% CAGR through 2027, according to a recent study by Future Market Insights.

Trends and forecasts for Africa’s grid-connected PV markets

According to African Energy Live Data, new grid-connected solar PV accounted for more than half of the total installed generation capacity in Q1 2019.

Eskom to resume work on failed transformers

South African power utility Eskom, has announced they are ready to resume with operations to replace failed transformers in Ivory Park, Johannesburg, due to illegal connections and meter bypasses resulting in network overloading.

5G to drive effective adoption of emerging technologies

The intrinsic capacity of the fifth-generation cellular technology (5G) to connect the Internet’s end systems with enhanced data flows and faster response times will unlock the full potential of emerging technologies, according to GlobalData.

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