SABS tests largest pump in four decades

The SABS Laboratory Services Division has put a KSB split case pump with a 2800 m3 per hour capacity through the paces of pump acceptance testing at the SABS Pump Testing Facility in Pretoria. The pump, driven by a V16 quad turbo Mitsubishi motor with 1350 kW power output, is intended for the suppression of […]

Solar power system that works at night a renewable energy game-changer

An innovative thermal battery being developed by researchers at Curtin University in Australia may be key to a solar power system capable of producing electricity overnight, rivaling fossil fuels as a viable source of power for commercial and heavy industries around the world, including mining operations. Curtin is collaborating with international renewable energy companies United […]

Debating the benefits and challenges of SSEG

EE Publishers, in cooperation with Nedbank, recently hosted the second in a series of four “Energy Dialogue” seminars at Nedbank’s Boardman Auditorium in Sandton. The title of this seminar was “Enabling small- and medium-scale distributed embedded generation in South Africa” and was chaired by the bank’s Thabang Chiloane. Click here to view the presentations made […]