The South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI) is encouraging consumers to be more cognisant of labels on their appliances in a bid to make South Africans more energy efficient.
Building owners in South Africa have two years to comply with new building energy regulations, which require formal assessment of their building's energy consumption.
The South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI) has been rolling out 'cool surfaces' across the country over recent years, aiming to provide a low-tech, but energy-efficient passive cooling solution to communities.
South Africans have until 30 April 2021 to comment on the gazetted specifications for new lighting regulations and general service lamps.
As South Africa is preparing for a broad roll-out of the country's vaccine programme, energy efficiency is a factor to consider, says the South African National Energy Development Institute, (SANEDI).
The SA Department of Science and Innovation is collaborating with SANEDI, Bambili Energy, ENGIE and Anglo American to complete a feasibility study for the establishment of a 'hydrogen valley'.
The Admin B building at Stellenbosch University has received the first-ever Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) in recognition of its commitment to energy efficiency.
SANEDI has developed a new app set to improve investment decisions around energy use in the lighting of buildings across the country.