Thursday, August 22, 2019

Solar panel manufacturer notes downturn in China’s PV uptake

Global solar panel manufacturer Jinko Solar has reported sluggish movement in China’s solar photovoltaic (PV) power additions in 2019. According to Jinko Solar's vice president,...

Renewable power is the cheapest source of electricity, says report

Renewable power is the cheapest source of electricity in many parts of the world today, the latest report from the International Renewable Energy Agency...

China installs tallest wind turbine

Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science & Technology Co has broken the record for China's tallest impeller of 152 metres, breaking the previous record of 140...

Housing development goes solar to avoid loadshedding

The relentless hammering that South Africans endured during the recent phase of stage 4 loadshedding has local businesses eyeing solar photovoltaic (PV) installations as...

African Development Bank Executive Director Tours completed Power Projects

Zimbabwe: African Development Bank Executive Director Tours completed power projects Executive Director Henrich Gaomab II (centre) and his Adviser Joao Luis Ngimbi (far right) with...

SA Minister calls for more investments in clean coal

South Africa's Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe has urged South African coal miners to continue investing in clean coal technology. Coal continues to form a...

More nuanced approach needed in pursuing renewables

More nuanced approach needed in pursuing renewables, experts say but a more nuanced approach is needed, taking an appropriate energy mix, costs, the variability...

Loadshedding: why mini grids are the answer and why South Africa doesn’t have them...

“Mini grids could very quickly sort out a lot of the biggest challenges that South Africa is having with its energy supply at the...

Saudi Arabia Threatens To Drop Dollar For Oil Trades

Saudi Arabia has threatened the United States to stop using dollars for its oil trades in an attempt to discourage legislators from passing a...

Oil Hits $70 On Libya Unrest, Crisis In Venezuela

Crude rallied on Friday morning, ending the week on a bullish note as traders are increasingly concerned about global supply outages. Oil prices rose in...

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The Zimbabwe Dairy Industry Trust Embarks on a Milk Mapping and...

The Zimbabwe Dairy Industry Trust has embarked on a milk mapping and baseline survey to explore the Zimbabwe milk production competitiveness requirements and to...