Battery storage can balance the grid and store excess energy

Battery storage could enable a greater feed-in of renewables into the grid by storing excess generation and by firming renewable energy output.
JinkoSolar

JinkoSolar donates 1 million masks worldwide to curb COVID-19

JinkoSolar is donating one million face masks and other protective equipment items to several countries severely affected by COVID-19.

COVID-19 crisis highlights the need for energy security, says IEA

The energy sector is uniquely affected by COVID-19 and this emphasises the need to bolster energy security, says the IEA's Executive Director.
storage

Storage technology is the core enabler of decentralised energy

To effectively manage larger scale of variable renewable energy, storage is and will be one of the core enablers in decarbonised energy system.
amendment schedule 2

S.Africa: Amendment to S2 gives effect to 2020 SONA commitments

Mineral resources & energy minister Gwede Mantashe has gazetted an amendment to Schedule 2 of the Electricity Regulation Act (ERA) in South Africa.
gender bond

IFC invests $200m in a gender bond to empower women-owned SMEs

IFC announced an investment of up to $200 million in a gender bond that will be managed by an Indonesian Bank, OCBC NISP, to empower women-owned SMEs.
Kaptis hydropower

Kenya’s Kaptis hydropower project to see financial close in 2020

Project developer and equity fund manager sign JDA to bring the Kaptis hydropower project in Kenya through to financial close and construction in 2020.
generation

A powerful generation conversation goes virtual

An online audience and two industry experts addressed the opportunities in Africa's power generation market and the reality that we face.
Renewable

Mineral processing OEM powers its facilities with renewable energy

South African mineral processing OEM Multotec has installed renewable power at one of its facilities in Spartan near Johannesburg.
energy sector

NERSA invitations to comment on the two Ministerial Determinations

Legal practitioners from Webber Wentzel provide commentary on NERSA's invitations to comment on the two Ministerial Determinations.

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