Posts tagged as energy

Invitation to enter international energy competition

  The Energy Institute (EI)’s annual awards competition is now open and the EI is calling for entries from all sectors of the global energy industry. These awards, run by the EI for over 15 years, celebrate the best of the energy sector, highlighting the invaluable contribution that the industry makes to society. Ian Marchant, […]

The true cost of storage

  When evaluating whether and what type of storage system they should install, many customers only look at the initial cost of the system – the first cost or cost per kilowatt-hour (kWh). Such thinking fails to account for other factors that impact overall system cost, known as the levelised cost of energy. The levelised […]

Domestic use of energy in the spotlight

  This year’s Domestic Use of Energy (DUE) conference brought together behavioural experts, engineers and other energy specialists to address and promote energy efficiency. The conference, which took place from 30 March to 1 April 2015 at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology, was themed “Towards sustainable energy solutions for the developing world”. Benoit Lebot, […]