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Kuze Medical Centre Goes Green

The Kuze Medical Centre building formerly known as the Aga Khan Ismaili Council Building was built by the Ismailis from India in the late 19th Century, which makes this building more than 100 years old. Initially, The Ismaili Kuze Jamat Khana which is opposite this building used to co-exist on one plot. Later a road ...

KEFALOS, SCHWEPPES & SURREY GO GREEN

Leading corporates in the Zimbabwe’s Commercial and Industrial sector-Schweppes, Kefalos and Surrey have switched over to solar with Distributed Power Africa (DPA) through our Power Lease Financing Agreements (PLAs). This agreement presents a zero upfront investment and zero technical risk to the customer. A total of 1.7MW of electricity will be collectively generated by these ...

Dawn Properties’ Blue Swallow Lodges Go Green with DPA

Huddled in the mountainous eastern highlands of Nyanga, Blue Swallow lodges is an Edwardian timeshare resort conveniently located on the same property as the iconic Troutbeck Resort Hotel. Blue Swallow Lodges is part of Dawn Properties, a company with over 30 years in real estate. In hospitality, they have designed their resort hotels and lodges ...

DPA trial on Tesla Powerwall a huge success

Distributed Power Africa (DPA), a subsidiary of Econet Global, will be installing Tesla Powerwalls to power Econet Wireless’ local operations of their telecommunications towers; commencing one of Africa’s largest deployments of AC coupled Lithium-ion batteries in the telecoms sector. This follows the successful completion of a 12-month trial integrating Tesla Powerwall with one of Econet’s ...

Econet Willowvale Is Going Green

Distributed Power Africa is constructing its 8th Solar Power Plant at Econet Willowvale, situated in Harare, Zimbabwe. Econet Willowvale marks DPA’s first customer with an Independent Power Producer Licence, which is both a positive milestone and a first for Zimbabwe. The rewards for Econet Willowvale and the environment are close at hand, with completion of the installation scheduled for February 2019.

South African Minister of Energy Radebe On Eskom Crisis

After another severe bout of load-shedding, South Africa’s Minister of Energy, Mr Jeff Radebe, discussed the problems faced by the country at the 8th Annual DLO Africa Power Roundtable. “Given the crisis at Eskom, I foresee a larger role for renewables,” Mr Radebe said, adding that where the government’s Renewable Energy Independent Power Producers Procurement Programme (REIPPP) was considered to be too costly to implement, renewable energy is proven to become a cheaper and a viable option. And when all is said and done, the complete collapse of South Africa’s energy grid will cost the country far more than the implementation of the REIPPP.

The Future Is Bright For EADC

Located in Nairobi, Kenya, the East Africa Data Centre is East Africa’s largest and most connected data centre facility with a total of 2000 m² of secured space for data servers. The East Africa Data Centre, also known by its abbreviation EADC, provides data services for clients such as cloud services, data backup on servers, as well as storage and networking equipment. With Distributed Power Africa on their side, the EADC will be able to use the clean energy provided by the sun to reduce their operational cost as well as their carbon footprint.

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