Facebook is now looking at its value chain and aims to reach net zero emissions across both its operations and its value chain by 2030.
The Department of Mineral Resources and Energy has outlined how Eskom should source energy from IPPs.
Sub-Sahara’s two largest solar systems were unveiled at Wits University this week.
Samsung will begin installing 42 000 square metres of solar panels at its South Korean headquarters this year.
The Department of Science and Technology has launched a Hydrogen Fuel Cell renewable energy system at a rural school
Apple has announced that its facilities are all running on renewable energy.
Is constructing wind farms out at sea worth the money and effort? Researchers at the Carnegie Institution for Science take a look.
City of Cape Town is taking the Minister of Energy to court so it can fight for its right to buy energy from whom ever it so chooses.
Adams and Pulida will generate 300GWh of energy each year and avoid emissions of nearly 300 000 tonnes of CO2.
Current pricing model and usage forecast is broken, claims tax campaigners.
There is however, a long way to go before Tesla and SolarCity are united under one banner.
The Eskom research facility has run its course and will be deconstructed to make way for others.
Who said water and electricity didn’t mix?
Waverley Girls’ High School in Johannesburg was recently kitted out with a brand new Dell solar-power ICT hub to provide reliable connectivity to learners.
The group placed a banner and a symbolic engagement ring on Pick ‘n Pay’s doorstep in an effort to get the retailer to commit to solar power.
Architecture is much more than just designing buildings – it is making buildings sustainable for the future through technology.
It turns out that nobody really wants the bigger 10kWh unit, at a cost of over R350 000.
The Bokpoort concentrated solar plant adds 50MW to the country’s power grid, and saves on CO2 emissions.