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News and topics

News and topics

We are delighted to annouce the launch of TOSHIBA AFRICA website www.toshiba.co.za. Please explore Toshiba's products, services and also our corporate activities in Sub Sahara Africa region in this website.

We will keep you updated with the latest information and hope we keep serving you and improving a better user experience.

Toshiba Africa CSR Activity 2016

Toshiba Africa CSR Activity 2016

Toshiba Africa is combining a celebration of the seasonal spirit with the goals of Toshiba Group’s Corporate Social Responsibility Month to promote a December community outreach programme for the second year in a row.

This main event take place on December 5th, when all employees of Toshiba Africa will make donations of food hampers to poor and needy children, aged from six to 10, at the Siyakhula Day care, a nonprofit organization center in Johannesburg, South Africa.

December is CSR Month for the global Toshiba Group, and December 5th is International Volunteer Day, a UN promoted opportunity for a show of fellow feeling and community spirit. Employees of Toshiba companies around the world are encouraged to participate on and around the day, and Toshiba Africa is responding to the call. The company’s employees want to support and demonstrate Toshiba’s commitment to engaging with and contributing to society as a whole as one of its underlying principles.

Toshiba Africa is truly appreciative of all the help and support of its employees in making this event both possible and a success. Toshiba Africa’s intent is to ensure that the less fortunate can enjoy a special treat during the Christmas season.
Building on achievements thus far, Toshiba Africa will continue to motivate employees to participate in contributing to society and to making a positive difference for many years to come.

Toshiba Expands Green Footprint in Turkey

TOKYO—Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502) has won a major order to supply a flash steam turbine system and generator (STG) for Unit 2 of the Kizildere III Geothermal Power Plant in Turkey. Zorlu Energy, an independent power producer and member of Turkey's Zorlu Energy Group, will construct the plant in Kizildere, in the Aydin province of West Anatolia, Turkey. Toshiba will deliver the generation equipment in July 2017. Support for this major low-emission project will allow Toshiba to expand its green footprint in Turkey and support Turkey in deploying low-carbon power solutions.

Energy consumption in Turkey is growing fast, driven by population growth and economic development, and both the government and the private sector are promoting projects to increase capacity. Toshiba concluded a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Zorlu Energy Group in January this year, covering construction of geothermal, thermal and hydro power plants. Toshiba and Zorlu Energy Group have successfully worked together on past projects, and will continue to cooperate in developing Turkey's power sector under the scope of the MOU.

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Toshiba Brings Energy Solutions for Africa to Japan Fair at TICAD VI

Toshiba Brings Energy Solutions for Africa to Japan Fair at TICAD V

25 Aug, 2016, NAIROBI, KENYA—Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502) today announced its participation in the Japan Fair at TICAD VI, the Tokyo International Conference on African Development 2016 that will be held on August 27 and 28 at the Kenyatta International Convention Center. Exhibits at Japan Fair will showcase Toshiba’s ability to provide total energy solutions that ‘Make Energy”, “Transmit and Store Energy” and realize the “Smart Use of Energy”.

Toshiba will demonstrate its ideal positioning to support growing demand for power in Africa with world-class geothermal power generation equipment and high efficiency energy transmission and distribution (T&D) technologies. The spotlight will also be on the company’s key next-generation products for Africa: smart meter systems that deliver enhanced energy network management and support for off-grid energy solutions - essential for providing stable energy in a region as diverse and challenging as Africa.

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Kenya Power and Toshiba sign MoU in support of efforts to reduce electricity distribution losses

Nairobi, August 25, 2016……Kenya Power and Toshiba Transmission & Distribution Systems (India) Private Limited (TTDI) , subsidiary of Toshiba Corporation, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on implementation of a pilot project aimed at decreasing distribution losses in the national grid.

The MoU will guide installation, testing and evaluation of equipment that will be supplied by TTDI, on a trial basis, to improve efficiency and reduce both technical and commercial losses in the distribution network.

Toshiba and Uganda's Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development Conclude Memorandum of Understanding on Geothermal Power Generation Business

Toshiba and Uganda's Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development Conclude Memorandum of Understanding on Geothermal Power Generation Business

27 Aug, 2016, KENYA-Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502) today concluded a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Uganda’s Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development (MEMD) on a comprehensive partnership in geothermal power that will see the parties collaborate in power generation projects, including personnel development.

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Toshiba and Djibouti's ODDEG Conclude Memorandum of Understanding on Geothermal Power Generation Business

9 Aug, 2016, TOKYO—Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502) has concluded a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Office Djiboutien de Développement de l'Energie Géothermique (ODDEG), the government organization responsible for developing Djibouti's geothermal power capabilities, that envisages a comprehensive collaboration in the geothermal power generation business. Under the terms of the MOU, ODDEG and Toshiba will cultivate Djibouti's extensive geothermal resources and provide training for personnel working in plants.

ODDEG was established in 2014. It reports directly to Presidency of Djibouti and is responsible for the long-term development of Djibouti's geothermal resources, under the country's plans to promote renewable resources as the basis for a sustainable green economy. Working with Toshiba will allow ODDEG to draw on Toshiba's comprehensive capabilities as the world's single largest provider of geothermal energy equipment, in such areas as creation of guidelines for plant operation and management, the development and supply of generation systems, and support in training personnel to operate plants.