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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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Strategy

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 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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The Lilydale Dairy farm in the Ixopo district, KZN midlands, and has been supplying milk to Clover for 38 years. It is owned by Harvey and Rene Anderson. Having installed a solar geyser on the dairy 2 [Read More]

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Rainbow colors reveal cell historyA system called “Beta-bow”, which allows the history of ?-cells to be traced by genetic bar-coding and multicolor imaging, has been developed by researchers. [Read More]

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Many research groups have explored human adaptation to high altitude living among three major far-flung global populations: Tibetans, Ethiopians and Peruvians. But few have simultaneously explored the [Read More]

Ancient DNA data fills in thousands of years of human prehistory in AfricaBy sequencing the ancient genomes of 15 individuals from different parts of Africa, researchers reporting in the journal Cell on Sept. 21 have reconstructed the prehistory of humans on the continent, [Read More]

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Jellyfish, with no brains, still seem to sleepThe discovery that primitive jellyfish sleep suggests that sleep is an ancient, evolutionarily conserved behavior. [Read More]

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Reconstructing how Neanderthals grew, based on an El Sidrón childHow did Neanderthals grow? Does modern man develop in the same way as Homo neanderthalensis did? How does the size of the brain affect the development of the body? Researchers have studied the fossil [Read More]

Early trilobites had stomachs, new fossil study findsExceptionally preserved trilobite fossils from China, dating back to more than 500 million years ago, have revealed new insights into the extinct marine animal's digestive system. The new study s [Read More]

BY BROOKE NALLY   Though more and more countries are making efforts to switch to renewable energy sources, not everyone is on board with sustainability. The solar industry in particular has been set b [Read More]

BY HELEN TROUP   The proportion of low carbon electricity generation in the UK has risen steeply over the years, such that DEFRA’s conversion factor (a measure of the CO2 in each kWh energy generated) [Read More]

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]

Patent filings research carried out by UK-based intellectual property firm, Withers & Rogers, has revealed that innovation activity in the area of energy storage – and smart grid technology in par [Read More]

Katie Persaud outlines the obstructions renewable energy companies are facing when it comes to constructing much needed energy plants in the UK.   Amber Rudd, Secretary of State for the Department of [Read More]

BY PHIL GRANT As world leaders prepare to do battle over ways to control global emissions in a bid to mitigate against climate change at COP21, Phil Grant looks at some of the key energy issues. Energ [Read More]

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]

South African company NTP Radioisotopes (NTP), a subsidiary of the State-owned South African Nuclear Energy Corporation, has been presented with an Award for Outstanding Achievement by the US National [Read More]

Creamer Media’s Samantha Herbst talks to Engineering News editor Terence Creamer about what can be expected from Eskom’s application for a 19.9% tariff hike. [Read More]

Researchers at the University of the Witwatersrand are aiming to commercialise a plug-and-play DC-microgrid innovation, which is incrementally scalable to any number of power sources, loads and batter [Read More]

A ruling by the Constitutional Court last month which allows State-owned power utility Eskom to retrospectively ask the National Energy Regulator of South Africa to permit Eskom to claw back additiona [Read More]

With unplanned interruptions being the greatest risk to distributing power at substations when reserve power fails to support the system, industrial battery management system (BMS) manufacturer Balanc [Read More]

As questions remain over what the future holds for South Africa’s power utility Eskom, there is a window of opportunity for utilities in developing countries to build on international power reform exp [Read More]

At an ABB customer event at the Hangzhou International Expo Center, in China, last month, ABB launched its MNS Digital switchgear, which enables electrification systems to become part of the Internet [Read More]

The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (Uneca) has unveiled the Model Law that provides a framework for the harmonisation of cross-border rules, regulations, laws and policies governing tra [Read More]

The South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa) is reactivating its ability to manufacture nuclear pebble fuel, originally created to support South Africa's Pebble Bed Modular Reactor (PBMR) [Read More]

Suited for off-grid households’ electrification, the Mobiya TS 170S portable solar LED lantern is being distributed by electrical solutions provider Magnet Group. The Mobiya solar LED lanterns have be [Read More]

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Solar Power Portal is today publishing Solar & Storage Today, a special preview edition of daily newspapers to be distributed at Solar & Storage Live. [Read More]

The Microgeneration Certification Scheme has postponed controversial increases to its installation fees just hours before they were due to come into effect. [Read More]

Housebuilders are increasingly looking to in-roof solar installations in their new build homes according to North West-based installer Solarcrown Commercial, which has won contracts for over 400 new b [Read More]

Energy UK has urged Dieter Helm to acknowledge the cheapest forms of renewable electricity generation in his ongoing cost of energy review. [Read More]

Scottish Water has said it no longer designs its solar projects around feed-in tariff revenue after successfully completing its largest solar scheme to date to power boreholes taking water from the Ri [Read More]

Greencoat Capital is busy plotting its next UK solar acquisitions after achieving the first close of its follow-up investment vehicle. [Read More]

The Solar Power Portal Awards 2017 is now less than a week away and the shortlisted entrants have all been publicised. [Read More]

Powering the UK on wind and solar is not only possible, but the “smart economic choice” according to a report which has condemned the future prospects of biomass in the country. [Read More]

With just two weeks to go until the Solar Power Portal Awards, Solar Media is giving away two tickets to the gala dinner and ceremony taking place in Birmingham on Wednesday 4 October. [Read More]

The UK’s legally binding carbon reduction targets should be brought forward if the country is to meet its obligations under the Paris climate agreement, according to a new report from the Liberal Demo [Read More]

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