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How AI can shape a sustainable future

Climate change is a reality that is already impacting the world and its populace; the time to act is now and technology can play a fundamental role tackling the challenges we and future generations face. By George Senzere, solution architect: secure power at Schneider...

SA energy trader aims to unlock renewable power

South Africa's urgent attempts to increase its power generation capacity have been boosted by the emergence of an energy trader which plans to help unlock more than an estimated 5GW of renewable energy over five years - the equivalent of the energy consumption of...

Practical implications of government interventions in the security crisis

On 25 July 2022, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the government's intention to implement various "bold, courageous and decisive action[s] to close the electricity gap" in South Africa and bring an end to loadshedding. Jason van der Poel, partner; Mzukisi Kota,...

Effective stakeholder engagement key to avoiding renewable energy delays

Community and stakeholder engagement is a critical factor that can make or break renewable energy projects, yet it is almost always overlooked or under-prioritised in project planning and execution. By Janine Espin, MD of Economic Development Solutions When energy...
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