Africa, African Review of Business and Technology, Nigeria, Power, South Africa, Technology, Trains, Wind Power

Completed New Content for African Review

Just completed new content for African Review of Business and Technology magazine owned by Alain Charles Publishing in London. The features included: Marine Propulsion Systems African Wind Systems Transnet (South African Freight Railways) Nigerian Railway Investment See

Energy Management, Energy Saving, Energy Security, Energy Storage, Innovation, National Grid, Power Grid, Strategic Communications, Technology

Power Sector Internet of Things

Completed a series of articles about the potential impact that the Internet of Things will have on the global power sector utilities for Landis+Gyr’s customer service magazine «pathway» 05.  Landis+Gyr is a multinational corporation with 45 companies in over 30 countries and headquartered in Zug, Switzerland focused on metering and other technologies which […]

Eniday, Oil, Renewables, Technology, Transport

Fuel from algae

Nicholas Newman EniDay 31 July 2015 Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have discovered a way to turn a small mixture of algae and water into a kind of crude oil in less than an hour. What this technology is about? In nature it takes […]

Gulf States, Strategic Communications, Technical Review Middle East, Technology

Saudi Arabia – A connected kingdom on the rise

Nicholas Newman Technical Review Middle East April 2015 The MENA region’s telecoms market is expected to show a compound annual growth rate (GAGR) of 2.9%, split between mobile (3.3%) and fixed (2.8%) between 2014 and 2018 by which time the market is expected to be worth at least $60billion. Saudi […]

advertorial, business energy management, Daily Telegraph, Energy Management, Technology

Get switched on to control your energy use

Nicholas Newman Telegraph 2 March 2015 From switching off the lights to a hi-tech system overhaul, energy management strategies have changed drastically over the past three decades. Until the Eighties, energy management practices focused on such simple measures as switching off the lights, cutting back on the heating and opening a […]