High efficiency lamps for sustainability

  Rising electricity prices, supply shortages and increasing environmental awareness, have led to the decline of the low energy-efficiency incandescent lamp (typically 10% of input power is converted into light). Cuba was the first country to ban them in 2006. Senegal and Ghana were the first African countries to ban them, followed by Tunisia and Egypt with […]

Home charged electric cars a reality

  Schneider Electric and BMW are forging ahead with customer-friendly electric mobility. The partnership agreement signed 26 August 2014 includes checking the electrical installation in customers’ homes, supplying and assembling the wallbox charging point, as well as maintenance and other services for BMW i vehicles. This will allow future owners of a BMW i3 or […]

Clean green energy at Kenyan tea farm

  Williamson Tea has unveiled East Africa’s largest solar project at its Changoi Tea Farm in Bomet County, Western Kenya. The solar system will cut Williamson Tea’s energy costs by around 30%, supplying clean solar electricity during the daytime to meet most of the tea processing factory’s energy demand. Williamson Tea’s system will reduce the need […]