DiData revenue hits $5.8bn

Dimension Data has announced that it has reached a revenue of $5.8 billion at the end of September. This is a 14.8% increase from the same period last year.     Dimension Data today announced a strong set of results for the year ended September 2011 with revenue increasing 14.8% to reach US$ 5.79...

SA could lead in fuel cells

During her speech at the COP17 event, Anglo American Chief Executive, CYNTHIA CARROLL highlighted that South Africa has the potential to be a leader in the fuel cell industry through a technology partnership between government and the private sector.   South Africa has the potential to be a leader in...

Solar energy charges small appliances

Keegan Cordeiro – a 16-year old young designer from White River – is a runner-up in the Young Designers category of Eskom’s 2011 etaAwards for his solar system that can charge cell phones and run various small appliances that require 220V of alternating current and use a two-prong plug. His...

Betty’s Bay man gets noticed for innovation in Eskom eta Awards

Betty’s Bay-based engineer, Russell Witthuhn has earned a place in the finals of the Eskom eta Awards, now in its 22ndyear, for his unwavering and self-motivated ambition to create an efficient vertical wind turbine that could survive the harsh weather conditions in South Africa’s coastal regions. His...

Doing all that you can to conserve energy

Cutting your energy bill by 60% at home is no mean feat.  This was however achieved by Russell Attenbourgh who lives in a small seaside village just outside of East London in the Eastern Cape.  His efforts have paid off with a runner-up prize in the Energy Savings in Households category of the 2011 Eskom...

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