ENERGYDRIVE SET TO FOCUS ON RURAL COMMUNITIES AND BUILD A WIND ROUTE

The South African Wind Energy Association (SAWEA) will partner with the Durban University of Technology and the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and embark on an educational road trip with the EnergyDRIVE. This custom-built truck is designed to teach rural learners about the benefits and uses of renewable energy technologies and is expected to engage with over 2 500 rural high school learners located close to wind farms.

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SAWEA connects Women in Industry & addresses transformation in Wind Sector

SAWEA connects leading women in the energy sector with University students and young professionals to promote development, and to address issues of gender and transformation in the Wind sector.
 
South African Wind Energy Association (SAWEA) has launched a programme to connect leading women in the energy sector with senior students at South African Universities and young professionals currently entering the energy sector.

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GLOBAL WIND DAY CELEBRATES INDUSTRY ACHIEVEMENTS AND BENEFITS COMMUNITIES

South Africa joins countries across the globe to celebrate Global Wind Day 2017. This worldwide event that occurs annually on 15 June, is a day for re-considering wind, and the power it holds to reshape our energy systems, decarbonise our economy and boost jobs and growth.

In more than 80 countries worldwide, wind farms generate clean and renewable power, and South Africa is no exception. From the shores of the Western Cape, across the Eastern and Northern Cape, to the Northern borders of South Africa, wind farms are producing power, creating local value and building futures.

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Press release: South Africans have a right to the full picture when it comes to their energy future, says wind energy organisation

The South African Wind Energy Association (SAWEA) has rejected the current base case scenario used for the 2016 updated Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), which is currently out for consultation.
 
SAWEA, following extensive consultation with its members, calls for the scenario to be remodelled as a ‘least-cost energy plan’ and re-issued for consultation.
 
SAWEA CEO Brenda Martin explains: “The current update includes unjustified artificial constraints on the connection rates for wind and solar PV. A least-cost base case is an essential starting point for the IRP process and government has an obligation to select the most affordable electricity supply options available”.
 

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