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Our Commitment To Utility Preservation & Optimization

  • 11/25/2015 10:03:00 AM
The El Nino effect is when the changing Pacific Ocean temperatures affect weather worldwide. This effect occurs every two to seven years and it is currently the reason why South Africa is suffering a drought. According to News24, the current El Nino event is one of the fiercest to date and it is still picking up in strength. At AGE Technologies we are committed to utility preservation and optimization, and our solutions reflect this commitment.
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Team AGE Celebrates Another Successful Year

  • 11/24/2015 12:07:00 PM
After a long year of hard work and employing an intense work ethic, it was time for the AGE team to take a breather at our end year function. Our annual office party allows management the opportunity to thank staff for their dedication over the past year as well as celebrate the successes achieved together. This year our annual year-end lunch took place at Moyo at Zoo Lake on the 13th of November.
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AGE Exhibits in Namibia

  • 11/24/2015 12:03:00 PM
AGE Technologies has had the pleasure to partake in Afritex’s exhibitions again, this time in the beautiful Namibian towns of Windhoek on the 10th at the Arebbusch Travel Lodge, and in Walvis Bay on the 12th at the Walvis Bay Town Hall.
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The UPIC Salt Water Light – Innovative Light Technology

  • 11/24/2015 12:02:00 PM
At AGE Technologies we are passionate about creating and sourcing innovative, energy-saving products and solutions that are practical and inexpensive. And it doesn’t come more inventive, hands-on and affordable than the UPIC Salt Water Light. The name says it all: A light that runs on salt water alone, no batteries needed whatsoever.
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Progress made on the Rand Water AMR Project

  • 11/24/2015 11:47:00 AM
In light of the recent water shortages across areas of South Africa, together with the important role our Specialized AMR (Automatic Meter Reading) project with Rand Water will play in the future of water management in the country, we wanted to check-in and channel its progress through to you.
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