Op-Ed: Why cloud technology is inseparable from our daily lives

Speculation, predictions and technology foresight are everywhere. But when it comes to cloud technology, here is a slightly different take.
coal sector

6 Strategies to manage COVID-19 risk in South Africa’s coal sector

Providing energy to South Africa during the COVID-19 lockdown is essential, making suppliers, such as for coal, to Eskom vital to the energy sector.
storage

Storage technology is the core enabler of decentralised energy

To effectively manage larger scale of variable renewable energy, storage is and will be one of the core enablers in decarbonised energy system.
generation

A powerful generation conversation goes virtual

An online audience and two industry experts addressed the opportunities in Africa's power generation market and the reality that we face.
energy sector

NERSA invitations to comment on the two Ministerial Determinations

Legal practitioners from Webber Wentzel provide commentary on NERSA's invitations to comment on the two Ministerial Determinations.
Capex

Op-Ed: Chemical and oil companies to slash capex to preserve cash

Due to COVID-19 and collapse in crude oil prices, chemical, oil and gas, and midstream companies will all slash capex for growth projects to preserve cash.
nuclear energy operations

Working in a changing world as COVID-19 continues to spread

The severity of the Coronavirus impact on health and business hasn't dawned on many people as yet. ...
4IR

Op-Ed: What is the next stop for the Internet of Things?

The rise of the Artificial Intelligence of the Internet of Things present new business opportunities. But what is the impact of an AI-enabled IoT in future?

Carbon tax: Accelerating the transition to a low-carbon economy

Be prepared: South Africa is the first African nation to implement a carbon tax, with the first carbon tax submissions due on 31 July 2020.
green finance

How low-carbon investments can help economies recover amid COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is first and foremost a human tragedy, infecting more than 120,000 and killing more than 4,200 people as of 12 March 2020.

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