How Nelson Mandela University plans to lighten its load

A R5.3m diesel bill is among the reasons Nelson Mandela University is looking into more sustainable avenues to keep the lights on across its seven campuses and residences.

Two staff members have had to be reassigned to refill generators, a situation the university hopes to change through supplying more generators, solar power and efficient means of distributing energy...

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