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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

    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 Netcare Olivedale Hospital is based on a 422.1kWp Photovoltaic Solar plant comprising of 1340 panels. The plant has utilized 5 different rooftop areas using 315Wp polycrystalline modules connected [Read More]

Doom and Gloom: If a blackout were to hit the country, a massive economic recession would become inevitable. There is no doubt about the seriousness of the electricity situation and the bad news is th [Read More]

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]

A discovery is likely to improve the sustainability of the Australian wine sector and significantly accelerate the breeding of more robust salt-tolerant grapevines. [Read More]

'Lost' 99% of ocean microplastics to be identified with dye?The smallest microplastics in oceans, which go largely undetected, can be identified more effectively with an innovative and cheap new method, report researchers. The new method can detect microplasti [Read More]

Climate change could increase volcano eruptionsShrinking glacier cover could lead to increased volcanic activity in Iceland, warn scientists in a new report. [Read More]

Hunting for the finest dropletModern passenger airplanes already consume less than three liters fuel per one hundred kilometers and passenger. Scientists are currently working on further improving this value. In addition, engineer [Read More]

The greater flamingo (Phoenicopterus roseus) facilitates microbial ‘filtering’ of organic matter in saline wetlands, thus improving water quality and reducing nitrogen loads by promoting denitrificati [Read More]

Radiographs of Dolly's skeleton show no signs of abnormal osteoarthritisOriginal concerns that cloning caused early-onset osteoarthritis (OA) in Dolly the sheep are unfounded, report experts. [Read More]

Meadows beat out shrubs when it comes to storing carbonWhile the world focuses on controlling global warming caused by carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels, less attention has been paid to the capacity of vegetation and soils to take up and store ca [Read More]

Samples of sediment taken from the ocean floor of the North Atlantic Ocean have given researchers an unprecedented insight into the reasons why Europe's climate has changed over the past 3,000 ye [Read More]

Municipalities, enterprises, and households are switching to LED lights in order to save energy. But these savings might be lost if their neighbors install new or brighter lamps. Scientists fear that [Read More]

Trade of wild birds has dropped 90 percent globally since EU banned bird imports in 2005. A new study demonstrates how it decreased the number of birds traded annually from 1.3 million to 130,000. Int [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]

The major  trend in steel construction globally is very much towards high-end automation driven by integrated software solutions, which has led to local industrial manufacturer and distributor First C [Read More]

This year’s annual Steel Awards, hosted by the Southern African Institute of Steel Construction, showed excellent growth for the South African light steel frame building (LSFB) industry, with more tha [Read More]

The launch of a R25-million solar energy, lithium-ion battery storage microgrid on Robben Island – the World Heritage Site in Table Bay, Cape Town, which, until recently, relied on diesel to generate [Read More]

The international drone market comprising solutions that use drones for the power and utilities industries is worth as much as $9.46-billion a year, according to a report published by professional ser [Read More]

On November 7, France ran out of money. Or, rather, France ran out of its own money; that is, it ran out of all the money the French State had gathered in taxes and other imposts. Between November 7 a [Read More]

Through innovation in the energy sphere, Africa is slowly starting to overcome historical blockages that have prevented the continent from achieving economic growth and creating sustainable jobs, acco [Read More]

Robben Island, a World Heritage Site in Table Bay, Cape Town has gone green with the installation of a R25-million solar energy, lithium-ion battery storage microgrid. Mia Breytenbach has the details. [Read More]

Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir told his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Thursday he wanted to discuss nuclear power cooperation with Russia. Bashir was speaking before talks with Putin [Read More]

The South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa) has executed an immediate shut down of its NTP Radiochemical Facility, because of non-compliance with licensing conditions. NTP produces radioisoto [Read More]

Two young South Africans are among the 16 engineers hailing from seven countries in Africa, who have been chosen for the shortlist of the prestigious Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation. Universit [Read More]

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Rooftop solar PV is a central cog in what’s claimed to be the UK’s first blockchain-powered energy trading network in the UK. [Read More]

Yesterday afternoon chancellor Philip Hammond took to the despatch box to deliver the Autumn Budget. Amidst headline promises of stamp duty relief and fresh funding for driverless, electric vehicles, [Read More]

The government has confirmed that there will be no new low carbon power levies until 2025, dealing a blow to new renewable energy generation in the UK. [Read More]

Solar PV and other renewables will increasingly benefit from artificial intelligence (AI) and could completely overhaul the design, development and deployment of the technologies, a new report has cla [Read More]

Battery Energy Storage Solutions (BESS) has set its sights on more storage acquisitions in the UK after raising £50 million in outside investment. [Read More]

Northern Ireland’s NI Water has started work on a 5MW solar farm which it says will save the utility more than £500,000 in energy costs each year. [Read More]

Scottish solar installer AES Solar has established a customer helpline for those who’ve received unscrupulous sales calls regarding unnecessary upgrades or maintenance. [Read More]

Custom Solar has won a tender from Associated British Ports (ABP) to install solar under a three-year framework agreement. [Read More]

NextEnergy Solar Fund has accelerated its timeline for developing subsidy-free solar in the UK, committing to completing four such projects over the next 12 months. [Read More]

EFG Hermes has heaped praise on its asset optimisation team after the 365MW former-SunEdison portfolio it acquired earlier this year performed some 25% ahead of expectation. [Read More]

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