Research and Development
School learners across South Africa’s green energy map are getting ready to welcome the EnergyDRIVE, a partnership between the South African Wind Energy Association and the Durban University of Technology.
The core aim of the Digital global Biogas Cooperation (DiBiCoo) is to prepare markets in emerging countries for the uptake of sustainable biogas technologies and projects
Business and markets
South Africa’s waste economy has the potential to contribute R11.5 billion annually to the country’s GDP, according to the Department of Environmental Affairs, Forestry and Fisheries.
Many local government structures, municipalities and businesses have expressed interest in waste-to-energy technologies.
Finance and Policy
As a South African project partner for the Digital Global Biogas Cooperation (DiBiCoo) project, Greencape will host a workshop on the current market and legislative framework of the biogas sector in South Africa on Tuesday 29 June.
Amongst the South African government's strategic objectives to achieve the prevention of waste is the diversion of organic waste from landfill through composting and the recovery of energy.
EEP Africa outlines, through various business models, that for energy access to stimulate economic development, it needs to be combined with efforts to develop productive use and income generation opportunities in rural communities.
Maire Tecnimont announced commencing work on the world's first industrial scale renewable power–to-fertiliser plant in Kenya.
German biogas specialist Welltech will build a biomethane power plant for Spanish cattle farm Torre Santamaria, which already covers its own energy demands from a biogas plant.
Innovative ways for municipalities to meet their sanitation and waste management obligations even where power or water are in short supply.