Welcome To Novo Domus



Our History

NovoDomus was founded by Keith Warmback in 2009. Under the guidance of Chemcity’s “Incubatee Program”, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sasol Limited.
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Novo Domus is a renewable energy group focusing on photovoltaic installations and green building materials.
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The Team

The key foundation is an excellent management team, take a look at the team members that make up the Novo Domus Management Team.
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  • ChemCity

    ChemCity is supporting NovoDomus with the development and implementation of their business model, which include Alternative Building Technologies as well as Alternative Energy Solutions.

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  • ChemCity

    ChemCity is supporting NovoDomus with the development and implementation of their business model, which include Alternative Building Technologies as well as Alternative Energy Solutions.

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  • ChemCity

    ChemCity is supporting NovoDomus with the development and implementation of their business model, which include Alternative Building Technologies as well as Alternative Energy Solutions.

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  • ChemCity

    ChemCity is supporting NovoDomus with the development and implementation of their business model, which include Alternative Building Technologies as well as Alternative Energy Solutions.

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Solar power continues to thrive globally in the renewable energy market, so we've delved into our past blog posts and features to bring you a selection of some of our top articles focused on sola [Read More]

 BY GEORGIA GIFFORD   Global perceptions of renewable energy have been changing gradually as technologies become more advanced, adaptable and innovative. Traditional views in opposition to the adoptio [Read More]

Dr Henri Winand – CEO of Intelligent Energy, UK Dieselgate is catalyst for change There is little doubt that the fallout is continuing to be felt from the revelations of emissions-rigging in the autom [Read More]

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Dr Henri Winand – CEO of Intelligent Energy, UK Given the relative state of their power grids, it would seem that the UK has little to learn from India when it comes to efficiently providing and deliv [Read More]

BY LUKE SHERWOOD Over the last 10 years the events sector has exploded. Every weekend in the UK throughout the summer the public can choose from a variety of festivals, old and new, large and small, a [Read More]

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Public Protector Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane has agreed to investigate disgraced former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe, for the R30 million “golden handshake” he received was awarded by the beleaguered power [Read More]

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Registration for Solar & Storage Live 2017, the annual flagship exhibition and conference organised by Solar Media, is now open. [Read More]

A number of business units within UK renewables developer Lark Energy have been shuttered and a number of jobs lost following what it has described as a “re-organisation”. [Read More]

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The new BlackRock and Lightsource solar initiative will target both large and small portfolios on the UK secondary market as it opens its hefty cheque book. [Read More]

UK Power Networks (UKPN) has launched a new fast-track application process for small-scale electricity storage just days after the government solidified its support for the technology with funding all [Read More]

UK solar jobs, turnover and operating companies all witnessed significant declines last year as a result of what the Renewable Energy Association has termed a Westminster policy ‘bonfire’. [Read More]

CCL Components has launched a commercial project finance offering to help installers overcome limits on available capital in new projects, enabling them to grow in size and capability. [Read More]

Lightsource and BlackRock Real Assets have combined to launch a £1 billion play to consolidate the UK’s secondary solar market. [Read More]

Yesterday’s development from Ofgem and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy have garnered a significant response from the industry, the majority of which has been overwhelmingly [Read More]

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