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Malawi $1billion energy deal to boost economy

Malawi is open for business! The East African country is pursuing various investment and trade deals to help boost their economy and in line with this have signed a $1 billion deal with Egyptian multinational electrical company, Elsewedy Electric.

CTOs from leading aviation companies call for sustainable aviation

Chief Technology Officers (CTOs) of seven of the world’s leading aerospace manufacturers have released a joint statement reaffirming their commitment to achieving more sustainable aviation.
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South African beer brand to be brewed using renewable energy

Castle Lite, a beer brand within the South African Breweries (SAB) stable, is switching to renewable energy. This comes as a response to global calls to grow renewable energy and mitigate climate change.
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Home appliance company to power production with solar energy

Appliance manufacturer Electrolux South Africa has embarked on a journey to exit the national electricity grid and move to renewable solar energy.
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Highlight from Smarter Mobility Africa Digital Event – Day 3

Tune in for the final digital day covering up-to-date information from the experts on trending topics addressing smarter mobility in Africa.
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Trine and Solarise Africa sign €5m infrastructure framework agreement

A partnership sets out to advance investment needs across multiple industries in food security, renewable energy, urban development, and manufacturing and production in South Africa, Kenya, Ghana and Rwanda. 
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An all-electric future for heavy-duty vehicles

One step closer to an emission-free future. Toyota has announced it will start assembling its own fuel cell for heavy-duty commercial vehicles at its Kentucky plant in 2023.
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Eco-Leader status awarded to JinkoSolar for the third time

Themed on decarbonisation, the Eco-Leader award recognises JinkoSolar for reducing its carbon footprint in manufacturing, product, supply chain, transportation and day-to-day energy use.
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Women in welding: Disrupting the profession’s status quo in SA

Although traditionally a male-dominated profession, welding is increasingly becoming the domain of women, who are widely acknowledged for their skilled abilities in this field.
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World’s first fossil-free steel delivered

Global steel company SSAB has now produced the world’s first fossil-free steel and delivered it to their first customer. Martin Lindqvist, President and CEO of SSAB called it a breakthrough that represents proof it is...