What water management challenges are facing South Africa – and your industry?

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The world is being challenged by the scarcity of water and how we can attempt to tackle this issue in the best possible way. Water challenges and issues aren’t the same for each country and where you live can greatly influence how your business is able to use water.

An article from the African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology reported a number of issues challenging effective water management in South Africa:

  • Water is a scarce resource due to low average annual ...
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Electricity management products offer the retail sector the chance to save millions

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For many businesses in the retail sector, saving money by managing their electricity consumption has become a priority. With the evolution of new technologies, there are now more energy management systems available on the market.

Many businesses still hesitate to invest money in electricity management products because they are perhaps not sure about the return on investment. There is also confusion about how they can benefit from them.

Seeking advice from a professional energy management company is your best bet. At Read More.....

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How our energy management systems work to save businesses money

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It has taken a long time for businesses to realise that having efficient energy management systems installed can help them save a significant amount of money. Money that can easily be put back into the business.

Aware of the electricity problems many companies are facing in South Africa, Global Energy Management (GEM) has developed a range of products that provide information and insights about electricity and water consumption within the company.

In order to guarantee effective electricity management, GEM offers an ...

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A step-by-step guide to the electricity management consulting process

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More and more businesses and corporations are aware they need to monitor their electricity consumption. This is because they need to reduce their carbon footprints and also reduce their electricity costs.

There are still many businesses paying more than R20 000 per month for their electricity costs because of incorrect bills. By the time companies realise they might be overpaying for electricity, there isn’t really an electricity monitoring system to track their actual consumption and therefore the possibility to challenge the ...

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