Tag: Energy


South Africa has dropped proposals to boost supply from nuclear plants in its latest energy plan and will increasingly use renewable sources as it lessens reliance on coal. “There will be a study to determine if more nuclear is needed after 2030,” Energy Minister Jeff Radebe told reporters in Pretoria on Monday. “But until then, …

Alicia BullerJuly 13, 2018

Apple in partnership with several of its suppliers announced on Thursday a $300 million investment fund in China to connect suppliers with renewable energy sources. As part of the US tech giant’s commitment to address climate change and increase the use of renewable energy within its supply chain, 10 initial suppliers and Apple will jointly …

Nick RiceJune 5, 2018

Out Of The Box Energy’s Robert Jardine says it’s only a matter of time before Africa is empowered through independent solar energy projects Robert Jardine is the founder of Out of the Box Energy Solutions (5B Africa), which develops and distributes mobile solar PV and hybrid solar PV products into Southern Africa


Innovation Decarbonisation priorities need to be refreshed to address the new decarbonisation challenges, such as integrating high shares of renewable power and electrifying the end-use sectors of transport, industry and buildings The transformation of the global energy system is already well underway, but policymakers must refocus their attention on a new set of innovation priorities if …

Will DawsonMay 16, 2018

Flexible demand will help drive the take up of renewable energy, writes Will Dawson, associate director at Forum for the Future There’s a new kid on the energy block, and its name is Demand Flexibility. Mind you, it didn’t move in last week. Back in 2015 UK energy regulator Ofgem highlighted demand flexibility as an innovation area …

Alicia BullerMay 10, 2018

Dr. Michael Weinhold, CTO of Siemens Energy Management Division, speaks to Alicia Buller about the future of global electricity and the rise of ‘flex-umers’ It’s clear to see why Dr Michael Weinhold is chief technology officer at Germany’s largest industrial engineering firm. The irrepressibly bright CTO says he’s been fascinated by electrical energy ‘since he …

Morgan EldredMay 7, 2018

How can Blockchain incentivise the prosumer by creating a transparent secondary market? The concept of the prosumer (one who provides power and consumers power to the grid) is gaining traction through technological advances of renewables. Other aspects such as investment preferences versus institution investment preferences will need to be solved, before further mainstream adoption takes …

Alicia BullerApril 26, 2018

BP announced today that it has appointed Helge Lund to succeed Carl-Henric Svanberg as its chairman.  Lund will join the BP Board as chairman designate and a non-executive director on 1 September 2018. He will be appointed chairman on 1 January 2019. Lund, who is also chairman of Novo Nordisk AS in Denmark, will stand …

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