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New MoU to support a just energy transition in South Africa

Eskom and coal firms to help deliver a just energy transition as South Africa seeks to move away from coal to renewable energy.

South Africa’s Eskom overtakes US, EU and China as planet’s largest emitter

Eskom is now the world's most polluting company, according to a new study released by the Center for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA).

GE to invest $3.5m in UK’s next-gen engineers

GE's five-year, $3.5 million investment is part of its global Next Engineers programme, designed to increase the diversity of young people entering engineering.

Enlit Africa confirms head of South Africa’s utility for opening session

The organisers of Enlit Africa have confirmed that Eskom GCE André de Ruyter will once again be part of the opening session of the event on Tuesday morning, 26 October.

IFC advances renewables and storage deployment in Burkina Faso

The IFC and the Burkina Faso government will help speed up the energy transition through the deployment of renewables and energy storage.

Global Energy Storage Outlook: Demand to reach 1TWh by 2030

The demand for energy storage capacity is expected to reach 1 TWh between 2021 and 2030 - Wood Mackenzie's Global Energy Storage Outlook.

UK’s REPP seeks project proposals for renewables in sub-Saharan Africa

REPP has issued its latest request for proposals for companies and entrepreneurs working in sub-Sahara Africa’s renewable energy space.

Africa WindPower launches to accelerate the energy transition

Africa WindPower has been launched by the Global Wind Energy Council to accelerate the region's transition to renewable energy.

SA mining company to power coal facility with 70MW solar project

South African mining firm Exxaro Resources Limited is set to power its operations at the Grootegeluk Complex, a coal mine in Limpopo, with solar energy.

Jacobs to support life extension of South Africa’s nuclear plant

Jacobs will carry out essential engineering modifications as part of a $1.2 billion programme to extend the operating life of the Koeberg Nuclear Power Plant in South Africa.

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