Nxuba Wind Farm Ready To Deliver Power To Sns Grid

Covid 19 pandemic and national lockdown stalled completion of renewable energy project in Eastern Cape. The final wind turbine has been commissioned at the Nxuba wind farm near the Eastern Cape town of Cookhouse and the project is now ready to generate and supply energy to the national electricity grid.

Lower renewables costs driving up demand – Windaba panel

Publication: Engineering News Publication Date: 2020/10/27 By: Marleny Arnoldi, Creamer Media Online Writer Renewables remain the lowest-cost source of new power generation in most parts of the world, with prices continuing to decline and making it a promising sector for development in

SA’s wind sector looks to power 9.3m homes by 2030

Publication: ITWeb Publication Date: 2020/10/27 By Admire Moyo, ITWeb’s news editor. Over the next decade, the South African wind energy sector has set an ambitious target of powering over 9.3 million households. This emerged from yesterday’s Windaba Virtual Conference, with the sector

SA wind industry gears up to deliver 14.4GW over the next decade

Publication: ESI Africa Publication Date: 2020/10/26 The Windaba Virtual Conference kicked-off today, presenting an assembly of industry thought leaders that are geared to support the wind industry as it enters into another decade of growth, set to transform South Africa’s energy landscape

UCT research unit shares considerations for REIPPPP going forward

Publication: Engineering News Publication Date: 2020/10/26 By: Marleny Arnoldi, Creamer Media Online Writer Power auctions are fast becoming the dominant procurement method for renewable energy globally, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa, but it is not without its crucial requirements for success. University of