EES - February 2016

February 2016

Solar photovoltaic energy for corporate buildings

The current generation of electricity is still predominantly based on the burning of fossil fuels. These fossil fuels are non-renewable and pose a huge environmental impact.


Alternative means of generating electricity are being researched and implemented in South Africa. There are two main synergies which can be incorporated into modern building design to reduce the dependency on the use of fossil fuels.

From My Pen

2016 business in full-swing

A month into the New Year and business is in full-swing. Projects at EES Africa range from IT moves for large organisations through to project management and high level design for multi- billion rand developments.

 

This may well be a year with many challenges in South Africa, but together with our clients and associates we will face the challenges head-on and we embrace the many opportunities to make a difference in our special and diverse country.

 

This month we welcome Sikelela Mngcongo, Projects Engineer, and Thandisile Tunyiswa, Administrator, to our Stellenbosch team. We are delighted to have you on board!

 

Rupesh Vaga, Project Engineer, is the author of our January white paper on ‘Solar Photovoltaic Energy for Corporate Buildings’. He discusses the two main synergies which can be incorporated into modern building design to reduce dependency on the use of fossil fuels.

 

We wish you all our clients and associates a prosperous and exciting 2016.

Regards,
Bradley

Managing Director

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