14
JUL
2015

SAGFEX Postponed

Due to some uncontrollable circumstances and variables, Mathesis would like to announce the postponement of the South Africa Green Fair and Expo 2015, initially scheduled from the 15 to 17 July 2015 in Pretoria. We are sincerely apologized if this change might affect your plan;...
16
MAR
2015

Postponement of the South Africa Green Fair and Expo 2015,

  For Immediate release, 13.03.2015, London Due to some uncontrollable circumstances and variables, Mathesis would like to announce the postponement of the South Africa Green Fair and Expo 2015, initially scheduled from  20-21 March 2015  2015 in Pretoria. We are sincerely...
23
NOV
2014

Cape Town wants to make its own electricity

The City of Cape Town’s executive deputy mayor, Ian Neilson, says that the city wants to generate its own electricity so as to become less reliant on power utility, Eskom. This is according to a report in Business Day, which reported that the city is interested in “entering into...
07
JAN
2012

New study forecasts doubling of renewables capacity by 2025

The City of Cape Town’s executive deputy mayor, Ian Neilson, says that the city wants to generate its own electricity so as to become less reliant on power utility, Eskom.  This is according to a report in Business Day, which reported that the city is interested in “entering into...
06
DEC
2011

DoE to spend R398m on SWH roll-out this year

The Department of Energy (DoE) has allocated R398-million to deploy an equal number of high- and low-pressure solar water heaters (SWHs) in the 2015/16 financial year, Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson has revealed in a Parliamentary reply.  The DoE, which assumed...
06
NOV
2011

$660m in project funding secured for 100 MW Xina Solar One

Technology group Abengoa has announced that $660-million in project financing has been secured for the 100 MW Xina Solar One project – a parabolic-trough concentrated solar power (CSP) project, with five hours of thermal energy storage capacity, being built in South Africa’s...