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Over the past 12 months, business and property developers in the high-income sector (houses priced at over R1-million) have started to leverage existing infrastructure to encourage the use of gas. They have implemented gas-to-power and gas-to-heat technologies respectively to counter the effects of increasing electricity tariffs and uncertainties in security of energy supply with the goal of establishing micro-gas utilities at new housing developments, such as the Waterfall Country Estate, which is based in the north of Johannesburg… (more)


In today’s technologically driven environment, energy is a valuable resource that needs to be controlled with increased efficiency in order to ensure a reduction in losses, a conservation of energy, and a lowering in peak demand.  Sharp increases in the cost of electricity will ultimately have a direct impact on the end-consumer… (more)

Among the main drivers for smart metering in Europe are the Energy Services Directives (2006/32/EC, ESD). Article 13(1) of the ESD demands that member states ensure that final customers are provided with competitively priced individual meters that accurately reflect consumption and provide information on the actual time of use… (more)

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