Posts tagged as energy

Building a solar PV farm in Africa

Solar PV project development and construction is well established internationally and particularly so in Europe and America. Africa has caught onto the wave with utility scale projects operational in Algeria, Egypt, Kenya, Mauritius, Morocco, Namibia, Reunion, Rwanda, South Africa, Tunisia and Uganda, with developments ongoing in many other countries. This article discusses the development of […]

Power industry focuses on renewables: Solar PV is the fastest growing

  Increased decentralisation, the need to decarbonise electricity generation, and digitisation to boost operational efficiency are driving market opportunities in the power industry. Continued regulatory support for renewable energy in key markets will see global power investment reach $443,5-billion in 2017. Solar photovoltaic (PV) will be the fastest growing segment, followed by wind power, accounting […]

Shaping the customer-centric utility

  Technology is reinventing the African utility, which is becoming smarter, more efficient and more sustainable than ever before. As a driving force behind the advancement of African infrastructure and socio-economic development, Siemens will be at African Utility Week, which is to be held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from 16 to 18 May […]

New nuclear build is justifiable, says WNA

  In a new report, Nuclear Power Economics and Project Structuring, the World Nuclear Association shows that new nuclear build can be justified in many countries on the strength of today’s economic criteria and identifies the key risks associated with a nuclear power project and how these may be managed to support a business case for nuclear investment. This is the executive summary of the […]

Embracing new frontiers

  Energy leaders are adapting to a rapid change of pace and are identifying new priorities. Commodity prices and climate change policy remain the top issues keeping energy leaders awake at night, according to the latest iteration of the World Energy Council’s “World Energy Issues Monitor”. The survey of 1200 energy leaders in business, industry, […]

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