Making energy efficiency a strategic priority for corporate South Africa

  With Eskom struggling to generate enough electricity to meet the country’s energy needs and power costs steadily climbing, corporate South Africa has both the incentive and responsibility to embrace energy management as a strategic imperative. That’s the word from Jason Huang, a director of Outreach Engineering, a youth-led, non-profit organisation that aims to bring […]

Submission to NERSA: Eskom’s application for a “selective reopener” of MYPD 3

  This submission is in response to Eskom’s application on 30 April 2015 to NERSA for a “selective reopener” of NERSA’s third multi-year price determination (MYPD 3), for the period 1 April 2015 to 30 March 2018. Click here for the slides presented at the NERSA public hearings on 23 June 2015 NERSA’s task as Regulator is […]

The Jacob Marley column: Apologise at your peril

  Sir What used to be called moving pictures became known as the movies, although posh folk from certain parts of the world refer to them as “films”. These days of course, images, moving or not, are rarely stored on film, but on disks or flash-memory and increasingly in “the cloud”. So I suppose one […]