First of its kind Bio-atlas indicates SA’s higher than expected bio-energy potential

Source: South African News Gazette

South Africa’s first Bio-atlas launched by the Department of Science and Technology has been welcomed by stakeholders as a critical resource in moving the country towards a low-carbon economy.

Aimed at assisting government in its efforts to increase the national energy resources, the Atlas indicates …

Source: Engineering News

A case study on renewable-energy development in conjunction with community upliftment has led to a proposal for biomass production and a 2 MW bioenergy power plant to be built in the Merafong local municipality, west of Johannesburg.

Mine rehabilitor and bioenergy/waste-to-energy power generation company Harambe Sustainable Ventures …

Source: Mail & Guardian

South Africa’s first bioenergy atlas has been hailed as a positive step towards transforming the country into a low carbon and future clean energy hub in Africa, while simultaneously creating jobs.

The department of science and technology has launched the Bioenergy Atlas of South Africa to …

Source: AgriOrbit

Karien Erasmus van Promethium Carbon gesels oor planne vir hernubare energie vir gemeenskappe.

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Source: IT Online

Degraded land can be used to create renewable energy solutions for communities.

This is according to a feasibility study by Promethium Carbon for a community-based renewable energy project that was funded by the Prosperity Fund under the British High Commission.

Promethium Carbon last week presented its answer …

Source: Netwerk 24

Die verlate stukke mynbougrond aan die Wes-Rand waar selfs gras sukkel om te groei, kan oor ’n dekade die basis van ’n florerende bio-energie bedryf word.

Dit is die plan van verskeie belange groepe wat die Nywerheidsontwikklingskorporasie (NOK), die Britse hoëkommissariaat, die Merafong-munisipaliteit en Promethium Carbon insluit.…

Source: Classic FM

Robbie Louw, director of Promethium Carbon, discuss the Renewable energy project for Mine Impacted Land.

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Source: Crown Publications

A feasibility study by Promethium Carbon has found that degraded land can be used to create renewable energy solutions for communities. Funded by the Prosperity Fund under the British High Commission, the Merafong Case Study for Renewable Energy and Community Upliftment details how this can be accomplished.…

Source: SA Builder Online

Navigating the new Carbon Tax Law and the call for reduced CO2 emissions

The South African construction industry is well placed to play a key role in the reduction of CO2 emissions, in particular cement manufacturers and clay brick production plants – many of which are …

Source: BizCommunity

A renewable energy project on degraded land is aimed at creating economic opportunities for communities after the life of a mine. The added benefit is energy produced with low carbon emissions, contributing to South Africa’s national greenhouse gas mitigation efforts, as well as restoring the grasslands to their …

Source: AgriOrbit

Degraded land can be used to create renewable energy solutions for communities, according to a feasibility study by Promethium Carbon for a community based renewable energy project. The feasibility study, funded by the Prosperity Fund under the British High Commission, was presented in Johannesburg on 17 March.

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Robbie Louw, director of Promethium Carbon presented a business case and working paper related to the Merafong case study for renewable energy and community upliftment during an event hosted at the IDC.

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Robbie Louw, director of Promethium Carbon, comments on the Budget Speech 2017 and the Carbon Tax.

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Robbie Louw, director of Promethium Carbon, comments on the Budget Speech 2017 and the Carbon Tax.

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Robbie Louw, director of Promethium Carbon, comments on the Budget Speech 2017 and the Carbon Tax.

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