juwi completes Stage 1 of 23 MW hybrid micro-grid EPC

“juwi has successfully completed the first stage of the development of one of Australia’s largest hybrid renewable micro-grid projects.” - Dave Manning

Kibo Energy strengthens relationship with Bordersley

“Having already worked with balance to acquire the Bordersley 5 MW plant, we are delighted to strengthen our relationship with a formal agreement."
amcu solidarity

Mining, Minerals Development Board should cease to exist says Solidarity

The proposed amendment to the MPRDA Regulations enter trade unions’ and mining companies’ territory unnecessarily says Solidarity.
Richards Bay power

Industry wants private power generation for own use

“The loss of power is devastating for the mining sector as it not only loses production but also the viability of many of its mines as well." - Roger Baxter

Underground mining resumes in SA amid continued load shedding

Underground mining at Harmony Gold and Petra Diamonds’ operations in South Africa has resumed after the unprecedented move by Eskom to implement Stage 6 load shedding on 9 December.

Fekola to install 17MW/15MWh energy storage system

Technology group Wärtsilä will optimise the energy system at Fekola Mine, owned by B2Gold, located in a remote region in southwest Mali.

Shining a light on VRFBs for energy storage applications

While the majority of current vanadium demand underwritten by the steel industry as an additive to strengthen various grades of steel, a...
safety Minerals Council

Can cloud-based dashcam solutions improve vehicle safety?

One of the biggest safety hazards in mining and construction are vehicles. Due to the sheer size of vehicles required for earthmoving purposes.

How IOT legacy issues can be solved

Johan Alberts tells us how IOT solutions have lagged behind the increasing needs of the mining companies who now seek an integrated approach.
Load shedding

Load shedding forces SA underground mines to stop production

South Africa’s unprecedented move to Stage 6 load shedding on the evening of 9 December after Eskom declared a power system emergency due to a shortage of generation capacity saw two South African mining companies resultantly close their underground mining operations.

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