Crisisproofing water preservation a SA priority

World Water Day taking place on 22 March will once again place issues linked to global water security and promoting sustainable practice for fresh water resources’ management firmly in the spotlight. According to research, 2,1-billion people live without safe...

Diversifying and fast-tracking SA’s energy revolution

When you picture South Africa five or 10 years from now, what do you see? Is it a future with a reliable energy system and if it is, how do we go about getting there? By Sabine Dall’Omo, CEO for Siemens Southern and Eastern Africa South Africa has a rapidly...

Can waste-to-energy offer an opex reprieve for mines?

Despite the large impact mines have on the environment, mining is a significant contributor to the local economy from both a financial and employment perspective – with an estimated worth of R20,3-trillion – and will therefore continue to play a critical...

Is your data protected when the power fails?

Reliable power is in short supply in South Africa and outages are becoming increasingly common, leaving businesses unable to access their systems or data. Not all businesses have the financial and physical capacity to retain an alternative power source, such as a...

Digitalisation and the African energy sector

The upcoming Africa Energy Indaba will host various forums on digitalisation and its implication on the continent’s energy space. Industry leaders will impart their knowledge on developing opportunities and how to manage challenges while proactively exploring...