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Tangible solutions to Ethiopia’s energy and infrastructure challenges

20th November 2019 In April 2019 Siemens signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Investment Commission of Ethiopia, to address the country’s energy and infrastructure sector challenges, to assist the government, stabilize and expand the existing grid infrastructure and explore island solutions for... 

RTS Africa Technologies principal H2Scan opens new Environmental Conditioning Laboratory to further 'refine' hydrogen detection in gas process streams

1st November 2019 Hydrocarbon fuels are essential for our daily existence. However, extracting usable fuels from crude oil is a complex process in which hydrogen plays a cardinal role, as the correct levels of hydrogen in a refinery process stream largely determine the quality of the final product. “At RTS Africa... 

Siemens contributes to Coca-Cola Beverages Africa’s vision in advancing digitalization

24th October 2019 Developing digitalization capabilities through skills development Digitalization provides flexibility to boost efficiency in Food and Beverage 

The time is now for business to uplift society

17th October 2019 Although the notion of shared value, CSI and businesses giving back to the communities in which they operate is nothing new, it is becoming more imperative for businesses to integrate the well-being of society into their core objectives. In many instances, contributing to society is a secondary... 

The time is now for business to uplift society

16th October 2019 Although the notion of shared value, CSI and businesses giving back to the communities in which they operate is nothing new, it is becoming more imperative for businesses to integrate the well-being of society into their core objectives. In many instances contributing to society is a secondary... 

Lithium battery dreams get a rude awakening in South America

11th October 2019 South America controls about 70% of the world’s reserves of lithium, the metal used in rechargeable batteries for mobile phones and electric vehicles, but none of the infrastructure needed to put it to work. Lithium refining and battery-assembling facilities could help kick start industries in... 
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