By 2030, the company plans to convert its global fleet of 400 mine haul trucks – which operate across platinum, copper and iron ore operations – to hydrogen.
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Anglo American has unveiled the world’s biggest green-hydrogen powered truck at a platinum mine where it aims to replace a fleet of 40 diesel-fuelled vehicles.
Anglo American’s plans to target carbon neutrality at its mining operations will bolster South Africa’s renewable electricity output and provide a major boost to private generation.
A cloud of methane has been detected by satellite near coal mines in South Africa, drawing attention to a lesser-known environmental risk that comes from using the dirtiest fossil fuel.
Anglo American is advancing plans to convert its fleet of giant diesel-fuelled mine trucks to hydrogen power as the company seeks to burnish its green credentials.
The problems of South Africa’s state-owned enterprises are in the headlines every day. Yet many have existed for over 80 years.
Imagine accessing supercomputing infrastructure over the Internet? A small South African company, based at Wits University in Johannesburg, is doing just that, providing some of the country’s biggest companies – and universities around the world – with access to infrastructure
Britain’s BT Group has landed a US$220m (about R1,8bn) global managed networked IT services contract from resources giant Anglo American. The contract covers all of Anglo American’s networking requirements at several hundred locations. The contract term is five years. BT will deploy its BT Connect portfolio