Energy-saving innovations

November 2007
Finweek;11/29/2007, p55
The article offers information on methods to implement energy-saving innovative management systems in South Africa. Energy supply companies recover from Eskom half the cost of their approved energy saving projects with clients in terms of Eskom's demand side management (DSM) initiative. Some of the biggest energy saving opportunities exist when a building's being completely renovated or under construction.


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