African Utility Week
More than 30% of South African mining projects will be terminated prematurely due to additional power costs if suitable solutions are not found.
Business and policy
The whole electricity supply industry (ESI) needs revamping, not just tinkering on the peripheral says South African energy expert Ted Blom.
Experts at the recent African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa in Cape Town agreed the future of energy in South Africa will be very different.
Concerens have been raised over decreased expenditure on water security research amidst serious drought problems across Southern Africa.
Mines operate 24/7 and the integration of power supply between various power sources and a mine is a significant factor in the implementation of hybrid renewable energy solutions.
Lusaka, Zambia – 17 May, 2018: The 8th Annual Zambia International Mining and Energy conference and exhibition (ZIMEC 2018), taking place on 21-22 June...
With electricity accounting for about 60% of the processing costs of AIM-listed gold producer Shanta Gold’s New Luika mine in Tanzania, greater emphasis has been placed on creating a leaner cost structure, not only at the mine but throughout the company.
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