Energy and enviroFiciency

by Silvana Claassen, CES South Africa

Carbon Tax in South Africa is expected to become official in January 2017.

by Margaret N Angula and Dian Spear, Adaptation at Scale in Semi-Arid Regions (ASSAR) project

In the community of Onesi in north-central Namibia, bordering Angola, farmers and residents experience catastrophic effects of alternating drought and flood.

by Silvana Claassen, CES Carbon & Energy Solutions, and Justine Bolton, Bright Green Solutions (BGS)

Factors that drive the implementation of climate change mitigation measures such as the carbon tax.

by Gianni Minetti, Paradox Engineering SA

Smart Lighting means switching to LED technologies, which would cut energy use by least 50% or more.

by Dr Peter Harrop, IDTechEx

Solar roads are firmly on agendas in various parts of the world – Amsterdam, France and the USA, for example.

by Nalen Alwar, Cummins Power Generation

Manufacturers of diesel gensets are making steady technology gains that reduce capital intensity and emission levels and enhance power output and efficiency.