The independant power and energy journal of Southern Africa

Now Media acquires EngineerIT and Energize from EE Publishers

. Now Media (Pty) Ltd, a well-established print and electronic media-house based in Illovo, Johannesburg, has acquired two flagship publications, EngineerIT and Energize, from EE...

Roosevelt Park substation’s upgrades are complete

The Roosevelt Park substation in Randburg, which had been responsible for the many power outages over the years, has been refurbished by City Power...

Register now for the 2019 SAIEE national conference

South Africa’s energy crisis demands an all-hands-on-deck approach that embraces the necessary change we need. We know that local government and utilities have a...

After stalling last year, renewable power capacity hits double-digit growth in 2019

After stalling last year, global capacity additions of renewable power are set to bounce back with double-digit growth in 2019, driven by solar PV’s...

Finally! New Eskom CEO appointed

The Department of Public Enterprises has announced that Andre de Ruyter, the CEO of Nampak has been appointed CEO of Eskom. The Department says...

Government’s roadmap to “reform” SA’s electricity industry

On Tuesday 29 October 2019, South Africa's Department of Public Enterprises published its "Roadmap for Eskom in a reformed electricity supply industry". The report...

Conference addresses the integration of DER for power system development

Cigre is uniquely positioned as a community of thought leaders, decision-makers, and technology leaders across the world with power system expertise and forward-looking thought...

Explosive letter sent to Parliament’s energy oversight committee by Necsa board

An explosive letter, dated 17 October 2019, from the current Nuclear Energy Corporation of South Africa (Necsa) board to the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on...

Nedbank / EE seminar: ICT infrastructure to support an effective ICT ecosystem in SA...

Nedbank and EE Publishers are hosting a morning seminar on: ICT infrastructure to support an effective ICT ecosystem in SA for utilities of the future This...

Offshore wind to become a US$1-trillion industry

The International Energy Agency (IEA) reports that offshore wind power will expand impressively over the next two decades, boosting efforts to decarbonise energy systems...
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