Posts tagged as energy

Energy efficiency tax incentives – some practical issues and concerns

  Regulation 12L was promulgated in December 2013 and is currently “open for business”. Let’s look at the facts and what this could mean to your company. The announcement of 12L caused quite a stir in the industry with Energy Services Companies (ESCOs) and end-users alike, who have been awaiting the promulgation of regulation 12L […]

Tips for reprographers to go green

Océ, a leader in digital document management, outlines some of the key tactics that leading reprographers use to promote sustainability and aid the pursuit of environmentally responsible business practices. By upgrading to more efficient wide format printers and scanners, jobs are completed faster, reducing the amount of time the machines need to run at full […]

Batteries are still the weakest link in energy storage

by Hans van de Groenendaal, EngineerIT Most electric cars run on rechargeable lithium-ion batteries – a pricey technology that accounts for more than half of the vehicle’s total cost. One promising alternative is the lithium-sulphur battery, which can theoretically store five times more energy at a much lower cost. SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory is home […]

An assessment of national energy and climate policies in South Africa