Brazilian pavilion at African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa to explore...

Brazilian pavilion at African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa to explore 'largest electronics market in Africa'.

Robben Island solar: still a pioneering project

A huge challenge with the Robben Island solar power project was working on an extremely sensitive site, both historically and ecologically.

Utilities, ICT and telecoms: ‘mutually exclusive’

AUTC interview: Utilities, ICT and telecoms - mutually exclusive

Green buildings: ‘we are building together’

Exclusive interview with Bryan Groenendaal, Editor of Green Building Africa and panellist at the Future Cities conference track at African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa in the session focusing on “How can municipalities prepare for the challenge of integrating decentralized energy resources?”

Cape Town bottling plant’s huge water savings

Exclusive interview with David Putterill, General Manager of Quality Beverages in Cape Town on the bottling plant's huge water savings.

Great potential for financing mini-grids

“SunFunder was the first financial intermediary to fund (commercially) a mini-grid developer and we believe that there is great potential in this sector.”
French companies

Breaking ground for women in power

Breaking ground for women in power - interview with Sindi Mzamo from Divaine Growth Solutions that is running an 18-month Female Development Programme.

GreenCape: business case for EE getting stronger

Exclusive interview with Bruce Raw, Chief Strategy Officer at GreenCape and at the African Utility Week Future Cities conference in ...
water quality

Intelligent water infrastructure kept Day Zero at bay

Intelligent water infrastructure kept Day Zero at bay throug fast-tracking the use of these systems in the City of Cape Town, South Africa.

Waste-to-power: Cape Town’s N1 City mall ahead of the curve

Lara van Druten Exclusive interview with Lara van Druten, CEO, The Waste Transformers in...

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