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In the beginning generation was local and supplied local demand. That changed because of technological advancements with improved efficiency and economies of scale. Modern society is highly dependent on the availability of cheap and reliable electricity. A revival of interest in distributed generation implies a full circle in the generation of electricity… (more)

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Access to reliable electricity and its affordability are key indicators of an improved standard of living, but the economics of extending grid electricity to low density rural areas of South Africa restrict such undertakings… (more)

Improving energy efficiency of electric motor-driven systems (EMDS) will help slow down electricity demand growth and reduce the investment needed for the expansion of the electricity sector. Innovations include harmonisation of electric motor efficiency standards by the IEC and the replacement of die-cast aluminium rotors with die-cast copper rotors. EMDS have ancillary components whose collective poor efficiency performance impedes system efficiency. Therefore, there is a need for a system approach to efficiency improvement… (more)

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