HomeIndustry SectorsEnergy EfficiencyEmbedded generation standards mark progress for South Africa's ESI

Embedded generation standards mark progress for South Africa’s ESI

In this video, our editor shares with you one of the latest trending stories on ESI Africa, which covers a code for embedded generation installation.

These regulations will take “us one step closer to embracing a diverse energy mix,” states Nicolette in her morning chat with readers.

Watch the short video clip above.

In the article she references, the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) approved new standards for embedded power generation installations. These codes were developed by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and written with help from PEC Engineers, a subsidiary of POWER Engineers Incorporated (POWER). Read the story here.

For more video content click here.

Nicolette Pombo-van Zyl
Nicolette is the Editor of ESI Africa print journal, ESI-Africa.com and the annual African Power & Energy Elites. She is passionate about placing African countries on the international stage and is driven by the motto "The only way to predict the future is to create it". Join her in creating a sustainable future through articles and multimedia content.

LATEST FEATURES