Whilst we find ourselves in an almost surreal world from a socio-economic perspective, there are some positive developments that have occurred during the past 8 weeks or so. Number one,
All businesses can benefit from taking control of their electricity costs and controlling future energy price increases. Those engaged in product manufacture and others in large factories and warehouses are
An increase in electricity tariffs is not good news for any business or homeowner and unfortunately, you do not have the choice to shop around for electricity providers to get
Lockdown has resulted in many employees continuing to do their jobs from home. You’ve got your laptop and decent fibre but if you don’t have electricity, you’ve got a problem.
Sinetech CEO, Chris Rodgers, weighs in on Solar Power and Standby Power as it pertains to the South Africa Covid19 landscape: lockdown, shrinking budgets, unemployment, loadshedding all point towards moving
Chris Rodgers, CEO of Sinetech, weighs in on the urgency of adopting a sustainable energy mix in SA and the impact it will have on all levels of society: South
Actually, yes we are already paying an emissions tax on vehicles purchased which, in a way, is a tax on Oxygen or rather, the lack thereof. The National Health idea