Energy in Industry
Tuesday, 08 October 2013 14:06

SA auditors for SANS/ISO 50001 now ready

ISO 50001 will reduce industry energy consumption. A total of 31 graduates have completed training and have become the first South African professionals who are qualified to lead an audit team to certify a company as ISO 50001-compliant, which means South Africa now has the capacity to support the industry to become energy-efficient at the highest possible standard.

This is the fourth consecutive year that Energy Cybernetics has been making its Energy Barometer tool available to building owners and facility managers to participate in the National Energy Barometer Survey (NEBS). The Energy Barometer is a non-intrusive and cost-effective process to determine the energy consumption stance of a building in relation to others in a similar market and environment.

25DEGREES in Africa looks at the latest local and international innovations in smart metering.

Monday, 12 August 2013 10:20

One step ahead with systems management

Systems Automation and Management (SAM) has developed methodologies that give its clients a control system upgrade without breaking the budget.

Tuesday, 04 June 2013 12:34

Cost-effective productivity solutions

EML Motors drives cost-effective productivity. 

The South African National Treasury released its final carbon tax paper on 2 May.

Website: African countries come out on top at providing reliable and accurate climate information – United Nations.

Wednesday, 27 March 2013 12:49

The “reel” difference

Website: The SA team showcases African innovation on an international stage.

Website: Consistent energy performance improvements in residential appliances and industrial equipment are probably one of the most important elements of any country’s energy-efficiency and climate change mitigation strategy.

By Theo Covary

Wednesday, 27 March 2013 10:27

Keep your eye on the label

Website:In line with international trends, the voluntary implementation of appliance labelling was introduced in South Africa a while ago to make end-users more aware of their energy consumption.

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