Posts tagged as Power

Industrial growth impossible without electric infrastructure

Power-sector companies stand to benefit from the new opportunities afforded by the surge of new infrastructure projects and rapid industrialisation occurring in many African countries. Speaking at a VIP breakfast recently,  Duncan Bonnett, the director of strategy and business development at Africa House, a research consutancy,  said that infrastructure spend across Africa will grow at 10% […]

Dedication event for 66 MW solar PV plant declared a national key point

Enel Green Power South Africa (EGP RSA) held a dedication event on 20 September 2017 when its first large scale solar project in South Africa was declared a National Key Point for energy supply by the South African Police Service, making it the first EGP RSA facility to be given this recognition. The 66 MW […]

Supraharmonics in transmission and distribution networks

Standards for harmonics in power networks (transmission and distribution) usually deal with the range below 2 kHz, as most of the harmonics due to waveform distortion fall into this range. Harmonics or disturbances in the range above 2 kHz are becoming noticeable in networks due to the introduction of inverter based distributed generators, and are […]

Minister calls on industry to light up Africa

  Addressing delegates at the opening of the 2017 PowerGen and Distributech Africa conference and exhibition, Lynne Brown, the minister of public enterprises, said that in satellite photos, Europe, North America and other regions were lit up like Christmas trees, while Africa remained the “dark continent”. In her keynote address, Brown called on stakeholders at […]

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