Energy

OPEC faces new threat

1 week ago - 14 June 2017 | Energy

A 10% decline in oil prices since late May could push traders to keep crude in storage, looking to sell down the line when forward prices are higher.That would undermine the impact of supply cuts...

Erongo RED to the rescue

1 week ago - 12 June 2017 | Energy

Keetmanshoop is preparing for life after the Southern Electricity Company (SELCo) as 20 June 2017 draws nearer and nearer, with talks surfacing that Erongo RED may step in to bail the southern town out of...

ECB preparing for change

2 weeks ago - 06 June 2017 | Energy

The Electricity Control Board (ECB) has started an alignment process to ensure that once the Namibia Energy Regulatory Authority Bill is passed, the regulator is in a position to adapt operationally and legally to what...

Domestic fuel prices unchanged

2 weeks ago - 06 June 2017 | Energy

Petrol heads will have little to worry about this month with the announcement that fuel prices are expected to remain unchanged for the month of June.Minister of mines and energy, Obeth Kandjoze has said that...

Become energy savvy

2 weeks ago - 06 June 2017 | Energy

With winter upon us, electricity consumption is expected to increase significantly with the risk of higher bills at the end of the month.Though it may seem difficult to save electricity in colder periods, you can...

Southern, central REDs in 2018

1 month - 23 May 2017 | Energy

OGONE TLHAGE The Electricity Control Board (ECB) is pushing ahead with plans to finalise the formation of two new regional...

Zambia pioneers power tech

1 month - 18 May 2017 | Energy

While Zambia is currently embroiled in a political crisis, it is about to show the world that Africa can leapfrog power technology.That is according to...

CLARIFICATION

1 month - 15 May 2017 | Energy

In our 11 May 2017 edition, we published an article headlined 'Angolan fuel worrisome'. The article was about a complaint by the Association of Service...

Electricity goes up 8%

1 month - 10 May 2017 | Energy

The Electricity Control Board has approved an 8% increase in the cost of electricity, translating to an effective bulk tariff increase from N$1.49 to N$1.61...

Nampower gets 8% more

1 month - 09 May 2017 | Energy

The Electricity Control Board has approved an increase of 8% in the price of electricity delivered by NamPower to its clients, both bulk and private....

SA's nuke deal with Russia scrapped

1 month - 27 April 2017 | Energy

It's back to the drawing board for government, which has received a bloody nose in the Western Cape High Court where its nuclear procurement processes...

No fuel price change

2 months ago - 03 April 2017 | Energy

Drivers can rejoice in the fact that they will not have to fork out a cent more for petrol or diesel this month.“The Ministry of...

Energy

SORED will be operational this...

3 months ago - 22 March 2017 | Energy

NAMPA The establishment of the Southern Electricity Distribution Company (SORED) is expected before the end of the year.The company will...

Petrol up by 32c a...

3 months ago - 01 March 2017 | Energy

Fuel prices increased at midnight last night - by 32 cents a litre for 95-octane unleaded petrol and 25 cents a litre for all grades...

Net metering registration begins

3 months ago - 01 March 2017 | Energy

The City of Windhoek this week announced the start of the registration period for residents with photovoltaic (PV) installations, which will end on 30 May.The...

NamPower draws the line

4 months ago - 02 February 2017 | Energy

NamPower has given notice that it will cut the power supply to at least eight towns and villages, and a further 40 small settlements. ...

Okatope substation installation complete

5 months ago - 29 December 2016 | Energy

NamPower technicians installed the new Okatope substation on Saturday, according to its spokesperson Tangeni Kambangula.Said Kambangula: “the damaged transformer has since been replaced with a...

Monju nuclear canned

6 months ago - 20 December 2016 | Energy

Once touted as a 'dream reactor', the Monju facility was designed to generate more fuel than it consumes via nuclear chain reaction, an attractive alternative...

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