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Outlook for wind energy in SA improving, despite headwinds

Outlook for wind energy in SA improving,...

After stalling last year, global renewable-energy capacity additions are expected to recover strongly in 2019, supported by a solid rebound in onshore wind deployments and ongoing solar photovoltaic PV growth.The International Energy Agency IEA expects almost 200 GW of renewables capacity to be added at a growth rate of nearly 12%, representing the fastest pace of deployments since 2015. The IEA expects 53 GW of onshore wind to be added, a 15% increase on the previous year.The Global Wind Energy Council GWEC is equally optimistic, forecasting 330 GW of new wind capacity additions during the five-year period to 2023, underpinned by especially strong growth in China and North America.Even...

After stalling last year, global renewable-energy capacity additions are expected to recover strongly in 2019, supported by a solid rebound in onshore wind deployments and ongoing solar photovoltaic PV growth.The International Energy Agency IEA...

After stalling last year, global renewable-energy capacity additions are expected to recover strongly in 2019, supported by a solid rebound in...

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The Dying Star - The Decline of the South African Construction Industry

The Dying Star - The Decline of the Sout...

Shadleigh Terence Brown - Highly skilled and practiced construction professional MSc LLM FRCIS FCIArb FAArb MCIOB Arriving back in South Africa in late 2015 after a period delivering construction projects abroad, there was as sense that the construction industry was unwell. Not terminally ill, but certainly ailing. In the three years since, the decline of the South African construction industry has been cataclysmic. Even the biggest, oldest, the most well established firms have suffered to the point of collapse. Share prices in many of the top construction firms have plummeted to record lows. Everyday there is another insolvency, another failed contractor. There are many challenges facing...

Shadleigh Terence Brown - Highly skilled and practiced construction professional MSc LLM FRCIS FCIArb FAArb MCIOB Arriving back in South Africa in late 2015 after a period delivering construction projects abroad, there was as sense that the...

Shadleigh Terence Brown - Highly skilled and practiced construction professional MSc LLM FRCIS FCIArb FAArb MCIOB Arriving back in South Africa in...

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Survey confirms South African building, construction industry’s ‘woeful state’

Survey confirms South African building, ...

The Construction Industry Development Board’s CIDB’s small and medium-sized enterprises SME conditions survey for the second quarter has confirmed the “woeful state” of the South African building and construction industry.Building confidence decreased to 30 index points, from 33 in the first quarter, particularly as building activity slowed even further. CIDB construction industry performance project manager Ntando Skosana on Tuesday noted that, “with the exception of a marginal uptick at the end of 2018, general builder GB sentiment has trended downwards since the beginning of 2017”. Across the grades, GBs in Grades 3 and 4 experienced the sharpest drop in sentiment from 40 to 30 index...

The Construction Industry Development Board’s CIDB’s small and medium-sized enterprises SME conditions survey for the second quarter has confirmed the “woeful state” of the South African building and construction industry.Building confidence...

The Construction Industry Development Board’s CIDB’s small and medium-sized enterprises SME conditions survey for the second quarter has confirmed...

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At least five N2, N3 tenders to open by financial year-end, says Sanral

At least five N2, N3 tenders to open by ...

At least five tenders for the upgrade of the N3 and N2 highways in KwaZulu-Natal will go out before the end of South African National Road Agency Limited's Sanral’s current financial year, Sanral Eastern Region design, planning and construction manager Ravi Ronny told a business briefing roadshow at Durban’s King’s Park Stadium on Thursday. Due to the length and estimated R30-billion cost of both upgrades, the corridor has been split into a number of detailed design and construction packages each valued at about R1-billion.The upgrade of the 80-km-long N3 corridor between Durban and Pietermaritzburg accounts for 14 packages and the 55 km stretch of the N2 between Isipingo and the Dube...

At least five tenders for the upgrade of the N3 and N2 highways in KwaZulu-Natal will go out before the end of South African National Road Agency Limited's Sanral’s current financial year, Sanral Eastern Region design, planning and construction...

At least five tenders for the upgrade of the N3 and N2 highways in KwaZulu-Natal will go out before the end of South African National Road Agency...

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