Specialising in
Grey Water
Rainwater Harvesting systems in South Africa .

More power stations won’t affect carbon emission hopes

Posted by: Saving Water SA (Cape Town, South Africa) – partnered with Water Rhapsody conservation systems – 02 Aug 2011

South Africa hopes to cut its carbon emissions 34 percent by 2020, Water and Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa says.

Building coal-fired power stations would not affect this, as cutting emissions did not […]

An Eskom anti-green future for South Africa

Posted by: Yes Solar Cape (Cape Town, South Africa) – 14 September 2010

By: Jeremy Westgarth-Taylor Pioneer of Water Rhapsody Conservation Systems and winner of a WWF Green Trust Award

The quantity of tons of ‘stuff’ that will exit South African power stations is so huge that it is beyond imagination.

Kendal Power […]

50% renewable energy by 2030

Posted by: Yes Solar Cape (Cape Town, South Africa) – 18 August 2010

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is advocating that generating 50% of South Africa’s electricity from renewable resources by 2030 is quite feasible. This is despite the country’s heavy dependence on coal to produce electricity.

Kusile power station in […]