Posts tagged as renewables

How to transform the electricity system

  Speaking at an event hosted by the Centre for Environmental Rights (CER) recently, Markus Steigenberger, the deputy executive director of Agora Energiewende, said that the transformation of the German electricity system from a dependency of coal and nuclear to renewables has resulted in a significant reduction in harmful emissions and pollutants.     The […]

Innovative analysis procedure for biogas substrates

  Weltec Biopower is developing a quick test for identifying inhibitors in biogas substrates. Input mass may contain substances that prevent efficient biogas production such as ammonium, copper, zinc, drugs and disinfectants which are often identified as inhibitors in slurry and manure. Even traces of these substances are detrimental to the bacteria in the digester […]

How to address non-technical risruptives in the energy sector

  Credit rating movements, exchange rate volatility, political shuffles, legal challenges, foreign elections and local activists all add to the turbulence of the world in which we live and work. How is the energy sector impacted and how should it react?  Perhaps, like a super-tanker, the sector has too much inertia to be affected by […]

SAREC: Failure by DoE to solve PPA saga disappointing

  The South African Renewable Energy Council (SAREC) is deeply disappointed that the Department of Energy (DoE) and Eskom failed to provide any certainty for investors during the recent update to parliament on Eskom’s failure to sign Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) with Independent Power Producers (IPPs). The inter-governmental task team has instead proposed further delays […]

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