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DEHN Africa all-weather voltage detectors enhance safety of electrical installations

13th March 2017 DEHN Africa has introduced the new PHE4 series of voltage detectors to improve safety during maintenance of electrical systems and installations. The detectors provide reliable information in all weather conditions – wet and dry – and can be used both indoors and outdoors. The voltage detector... 

DEHN Africa honours partners in third annual awards ceremony

27th February 2017 DEHN Africa, a lighting and surge protection solutions provider, recently acknowledged its local distribution partners, hosting its third annual African partner awards ceremony in Johannesburg. The event started with a look into the company’s upward trajectory over the past few years, covered its... 

DEHN Africa extends CPD course to Kenya

27th February 2017 Lighting and surge protection solutions provider, DEHN Africa recently hosted its first CPD seminar in Nairobi, Kenya, with the assistance of the Institute of Engineers of Kenya (IEK). DEHN Africa frequently holds seminars, training and workshops as part of its education institution, DEHNacademy.... 

DEHN Africa provides lightning protection components for thatched roofs

27th February 2017 It’s a reality that thatched roofs are extremely popular in South Africa, both within many rural communities and a number of upmarket developments. Constructed of soft material, such as straw, reed, grass or coconut leaves, a thatched roof is more susceptible to catching alight as a result of a... 
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Offgrid solar power could save electricity costs for African households

Offgrid solar power could help lower the energy costs for 138-million households in Africa that live on less than $2.50 a day and spend about $10-billion a year on energy-related products, including charcoal, candles and kerosene, South African Solar Photovoltaic Committee chairperson Jo Dean... 

Africa not making the most of its solar energy potential

Most African governments are not moving fast enough to progress the uptake of solar energy, with the renewable energy accounting for less than 1% of energy consumed on the continent, Gigawatt Global CEO Welden Turner said on Tuesday. Speaking at Power & Electricity World Africa 2017, in... 
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