Posts tagged as EE Publishers

View and read EE Publishers’ e-Zines/apps free-of-charge

In addition to its paper editions, EE Publishers delivers its magazines, EngineerIT, Energize, Vector and PositionIT, in electronic e-Zine format as follows: Browser-based Flash flip-page editions for Windows desktop and laptop PCs App-based editions for Apple iPad tablets and iPhones App-based editions for Android tablets and smart phones To view and read the browser-based editions of EngineerIT e-Zine, Energize e-Zine, Vector […]

Outcomes of debate: Should Eskom be restructured and if so how and when?

An open public debate, attended by approximately 250 people in Midrand recently, discussed various options on the future of Eskom. A vote at the end of the debate showed that 70% of those present voted in favour of a deep and decisive restructuring of Eskom, while only 14% voted that the power utility should continue […]

Addressing the challenges of electricity supply in Africa

The energy sector is undergoing something of a metamorphosis. Digital technology and small scale embedded generation are becoming more common in electrical systems, leaving traditional power utilities with many unanswered questions. Perhaps the most important question is how this energy revolution can be used to address the severe energy poverty that exists in many parts […]

EE Publishers’ annual client event 2018

EE Publishers recently held its annual client luncheon which has been widely acclaimed as a great success, not least due to the outstanding presentation by Dr. Imtiaz Sooliman, founder of Gift of the Givers.  Dr. Sooliman has received numerous awards for his tireless humanitarian efforts to provide relief  in disaster areas worldwide.  His account of […]

An alarming picture emerges as Eskom’s liquidity dries up

A final draft report from Eskom to its shareholder for the second quarter of 2017 ending 30 September 2017 paints an alarming picture of funding difficulties and declining liquidity (cash and cash equivalents plus investments in securities), primarily driven by perceptions of poor governance. The report, which has been viewed by EE Publishers and Fin24, provides […]