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AGE Technologies Energizes Head Office With Branded Revamp

  • 10/28/2015 8:41:00 AM
AGE’s brand identity is easily identifiable and synonymous with technological innovation. An area where our team felt our brand reflection was absent, was at our offices. That is why at the beginning of October we embarked on a wide-scale revamp at our Johannesburg offices.
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AGE Exhibits at Afritex Swaziland

  • 10/28/2015 8:37:00 AM
AGE Technologies is passionate about Africa and we enjoy visiting various African countries to attend exhibitions or exhibit our range of products and services. On the 20thof this month AGE, under the management of Jacques Lizemore (Business Unit Manager –Instrumentation) exhibited at Afritex Swaziland.
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AGE Innovatively Replacing DC Motors With AC Motors

  • 10/28/2015 8:34:00 AM
In today’s global energy crunch, innovation is a critical part of reliable process management. At AGE Technologies we believe in state-of-the-art, energy-saving solutions that are able to solve the challenges faced by process plants, whatever they may be. That is why we are extremely proud of our latest endeavor into integrated Motor management where we phase out DC Motors and replace it with less maintenance-intensive AC motors.
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Our Commitment To Africa’s Renewable Energy Targets

  • 10/28/2015 8:30:00 AM
Renewable Energy is definitely one of the most significant modern-day buzz terms. In South Africa in specific, the government’s Intergrated Resource Plan (IRP) for 2010-2030 targets to generate 17,800MW of new power from renewables. For the greater Africa as a whole, the potential is remarkable with renewable energy set to quadruple current energy supply.
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Midstream’s Innovative Approach To Renewable Energy

  • 10/28/2015 8:18:00 AM
Midstream Estates in Midrand illustrates modern convenient living through-and-through. Featuring six different types of residential estates, local businesses, schools, restaurants, top level security and medical facilities; residents of this luxury mini-city rarely need to leave its confines to cater to their basic needs.
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