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Renewables can power South Africa
Renewables can power South Africa
The CSIR predicts that future energy systems can be built around wind and solar energy
Wind energy has much more potential than expected
Wind energy has much more potential than expected
Wind and solar can meet a significant amount of the country's electricity requirements
Award, great reception for DUT and EWSETA's energyDRIVE
Award, great reception for DUT and EWSETA's energyDRIVE
DUT is taking energy awareness on the road with a customised truck
Eskom Expo nurtures young scientists
Eskom Expo nurtures young scientists
Energy was a winner at the largest science fair in the country
Has the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Programme ground to a halt?
Has the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Programme ground to a halt?
Signing the PPAs will help to invest billions into an economy that badly requires investment
The global off-grid appliance market can become worth $4.7-billion by 2020
The global off-grid appliance market can become worth $4.7-billion by 2020
Less energy-hungry appliances are the key to making renewables work everywhere
​No matter the source, ‘Energy is Energy’
​No matter the source, ‘Energy is Energy’
What are South Africa’s prospects when it comes to renewables?
​The argument for nuclear
​The argument for nuclear
Two representatives of nuclear energy in South Africa make a case for this energy source
Are energy alternatives being used wastefully in South Africa?
Are energy alternatives being used wastefully in South Africa?
'Our first priority should now be to stabilise our grid by bringing in more gas, hydro and pumped storage back-up power'
​Independent power producers hit hurdles
​Independent power producers hit hurdles
Over the past several months, Eskom has repeatedly avoided signing power purchase agreements with renewable energy independent power producers

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