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2016 – Utility Maintenance Supplement

Utility drives live line maintenance to improve electrical supply quality

In East Africa, Kenya’s national power utility Kenya Power plays a supportive role, through negotiation of power purchase agreements with investors to ensure that there is adequate generation capacity in the country to meet...
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Understanding FIDIC conditions of contract and prime application

The International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC) wrote and published a revised ‘suite’ of contracts in 1999, documents used internationally to ensure amicable relations between Employer and Contractor within the construction sector. When undergoing...

Energy sector’s capital investment planning tool options

In many organisations, traditional planning methods focus on either keeping existing equipment working or renewing old unreliable equipment. This often involves top down budgeting, which is usually based on what was spent in the...

Cabling solutions forged through seven decades of experience

Cable theft, estimated to cost the South African economy ZAR5 billion ($351 million) a year, has become a national crisis with serious implications for the country’s economy and security. Last year alone, there were...

Maintenance is not the sole domain of the mechanic

Advancements in technology have been moving at a fast pace – so fast that people have not always been able to keep up with the changing workplace. Therefore the questions that managers could debate...

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