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The Green Building Council South Africa (GBCSA) is leading a project– called ‘My Green Home’- to show the positive impact one family can have by living a more energy efficient and environmentally conscious lifestyle. This will be the journey of a real family who change their home to help change the world.

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Under the British Council Researcher Links scheme we will be holding a bilateral workshop on the above theme in Cape Town, South Africa from the 3th to 6th March 2014, bringing together early career researchers to discuss their work and to build international relationships. http://www.britishcouncil.org/society/science/researcher-links-workshops

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GreenCape invites you to join us on the evening of the 21st November for a networking event with REDISA: Recycling and Economic Development Initiative of South Africa. 

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National Treasury published section 12L on 8 November 2013 in Government Gazette No. 37019 which puts into operation deductions of energy efficiency savings in terms of the Income Tax Act of 1962.

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As part of our office retrofits, we’ve replaced a total of 66 bulbs with a combination of energy efficient bulbs and fittings.

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GreenCape would like to commission a service provider to develop a Carbon Calculator to assist in determining the carbon emission savings of synergies enabled by WISP.

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The Department of Energy has given more information on the outcome of the third bidding round, however, the announcement of the preferred bidders has been postponed.

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Leading blade supplier to the wind industry, LM Wind Power, today confirmed its intentions to expand its manufacturing base to the African continent.

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The US Trade and Development Agency awarded the Green Cape Sector Development Agency, a subsidiary of the provincial Transport and Public Works Department, more than R5-million to evaluate the technical and financial feasibility of a large-scale solar rooftop project. 

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THE SMALL PROJECTS IPP PROCUREMENT PROGRAMME AIMS TO PROCURE 400MW OF ELECTRICITY FROM SMALL RENEWABLE ENERGY POWER PRODUCERS.

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