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2015 – Issue 4

Going nuclear offers more than just a generation technology

The 2014 World Nuclear Industry Status Report states that there are 388 reactors in operation globally, with an installed generation capacity of 332,548MWe and an average age of approximately 29 years. With this in...

Building localisation into South Africa’s nuclear programme

The establishment of a civil nuclear power programme in South Africa dates back to the 1950s when the SAFARI research reactor was designed/built and later in the early 80s with the construction of Africa’s...

Generators & standby power: Bridging the darkness

Alternate power solutions are now, more than ever before, a necessary requirement to keep business and industry operating and the lights on. In South Africa, and many other sub-Saharan Africa countries, the already fragile economic...

Africa and the invention of a renewable, decentralised grid

How to ensure the coming energy revolution in Africa is a lean, clean growth machine, by Jim Rogers, former-CEO of Duke Energy American power utilities have a legacy issue. Over the past century, trillions of...

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