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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

    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]

At first glance, the yeast Candida krusei seems as innocuous as microbes come: it’s used for fermenting cocoa beans and gives chocolate its pleasant aroma. But it’s increasingly being found as a patho [Read More]

Toward efficient high-pressure desalinationOne of the biggest operational challenges for desalination plants is the fouling of membranes by microbes. New research suggests a novel approach to reducing the rate of fouling, and thus improving de [Read More]

Whales and dolphins have rich 'human-like' cultures and societiesWhales and dolphins (cetaceans) live in tightly-knit social groups, have complex relationships, talk to each other and even have regional dialects -- much like human societies. A major new study has l [Read More]

Bite on this: Alligators actually eat sharksJaws, beware! Alligators may be coming for you. A new study documents American alligators on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts are eating small sharks and stingrays. This is the first scientific documentat [Read More]

How cells induce inflammation upon detection of cytoplasmic DNAA research team has elucidated the mechanism by which human cells induce inflammation upon detection of cytoplasmic DNA. Notably, the signal network involved differs from that used in the same context [Read More]

The more than 13 trillion gallons of floodwater from Hurricane Harvey have created a massive plume of freshwater in the Gulf of Mexico that is threatening the coral reefs of the Flower Garden Banks Na [Read More]

Fanged kangaroo research could shed light on extinctionFanged kangaroos -- an extinct family of small fanged Australian kangaroos -- might have survived at least five million years longer than previously thought. A new study has found the species might ha [Read More]

Cocktail tests on toxic waste called forSurprisingly low concentrations of toxic chemicals -- from fungicides to antidepressants -- can change the way some aquatic creatures swim and feed, according to new research. In addition, depending o [Read More]

Quantum simulator: First functioning componentHurricanes, traffic jams, demographic development – to predict the effect of such events, computer simulations are required. Many processes in nature, however, are so complicated that conventional com [Read More]

Germ-free hatching eggs: An alternative to formaldehyde applicationHatching eggs in large-scale hatcheries are currently treated with formaldehyde to eliminate germs. Researchers have now developed a natural alternative. [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 transition from centralised electricity systems to ones that increasingly comprise both large-scale centralised resources and distributed energy resources (DERs) is under way globally. However, to [Read More]

South African power utility Eskom on Monday suspended its planned supply interruption to the Govan Mbeki local municipality in Mpumalanga after it reached a payment agreement with the municipality. Th [Read More]

China expects to solve the problem of renewable energy waste by 2020, Liang Zhipeng, deputy director of the new energy and renewable energy department of the National Energy Administration (NEA) said [Read More]

The Democratic Alliance (DA) will ask Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane to investigate Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown for any role she played in awarding lucrative oil contracts worth R1.2- [Read More]

Eskom’s application for a 19.9% tariff hike from April 1, 2018, is unacceptable and will result in the partial or full closure of plant capacity and increase unemployment, the Energy Intensive Users G [Read More]

The North Gauteng High Court on Friday declared a contract between the City of Tshwane and two service providers PEU Capital Partners and it’s subsidiary TUMS invalid. The court ordered that the R950- [Read More]

A subsidiary of Russia’s State-owned nuclear group Rosatom has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the South African Young Nuclear Professionals Society (SAYNPS) at the recent SAYNPS Nucle [Read More]

The Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) has granted authorisation to State-owned power utility Eskom to build a new 4 000 MW nuclear power plant in the Western Cape, according to a letter seen b [Read More]

Water outages to preselected suburbs by the City of Cape Town could lead to solar water geysers "exploding", an electrical and electronic engineer warned on Thursday. The City on Monday anno [Read More]

Despite growing competition in the South African geyser market and the generally depressed economic state of the country, global thermic comfort solutions provider Ariston Thermo Group has continued t [Read More]

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All low carbon technologies should be able to access the same markets and compete on an equal basis for contracts according to the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC), whose latest policy consult [Read More]

The Confederation of British Industry has added to the growing number of bodies, associations and other third parties to call for the inclusion of mature technologies in future auctions. [Read More]

Sadiq Khan has today opened London’s first community energy fund for solar projects, offering £400,000 over four years to support community energy groups overcome the challenges in getting project off [Read More]

This morning the government’s long-awaited Clean Growth Strategy was finally published to a mixed response from the renewables lobby. Here we have collated some of the leading commentary so far. [Read More]

Kiwi Power is to finance and develop a battery storage project at an energy site including solar in south Wales, where it will provide constant grid services availability to National Grid for two year [Read More]

The Solar Trade Association (STA) has responded strongly to a lack of solar policy announcements within today’s Clean Growth Strategy reveal, arguing that the government is “artificially holding back” [Read More]

The UK solar industry has been made to wait on future government action after the long-awaited Clean Growth Strategy deferred relevant decisions for the technology until later this year. [Read More]

Leading renewables investors and the Solar Trade Association have written to energy secretary Greg Clark, urging him to end solar’s spell in the Contracts for Difference wilderness. [Read More]

Valentin Software will launch a new version of its solar planning installation software program PV*SOL next month. [Read More]

Solar power contributed 17% of total renewable energy generation in Q3 2017 totalling 3.2TWh, according to the latest report from energy monitoring firm EnAppSys. [Read More]

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