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    • Carbon dioxide pollution reduction through load shift projects 

      Brand, H.G.; Vosloo, J.C.; Bolt, G.D. (IEEE, 2014)
      Significant advances have been made in automation technology allowing systems to shift electricity consumption from peak periods to off-peak periods. Load shift projects have been implemented throughout South Africa for ...
    • Reconfiguring mining compressed air networks for cost savings 

      Bredenkamp, J.I.G.; Van der Zee, L.F.; Van Rensburg, J.F. (IEEE, 2014)
      The ever-growing human population, limited energy resources and the effect of greenhouse gas emissions have become major global concerns for the energy sector. This includes the electricity generation sector. This dilemma ...
    • Strategies for energy efficiency funding in the absence of industrial Eskom-IDM support 

      Bolt, G.D.; Vosloo, J.C.; Pelzer, R. (IEEE, 2014)
      In the absence of industrial Eskom-IDM (Industrial Demand Management) funding, industry is forced to look elsewhere for energy efficiency project funding. This paper outlines various taxes and government incentives for ...