Inlexso consists of a group of attorneys and advocates, specialising in the delivery of corporate legal services. Our customers include unlisted and listed South African entities, tertiary institutions, national governmental departments, state owned entities (SOE’s), mining houses and steel manufacturers.
Sika’s products and systems are used in almost every aspect of modern living, from building bridges, dams, roads and harbours to high-rise buildings. Sika’s technology is also used for building cars, trucks, buses, boats and industrial products. When using Sika systems, quality, durability and sustainability are added to concrete.
Iberdrola Renewables is the renewable energy arm of Iberdrola – one of the world’s largest electric utilities. Iberdrola Renewables is in charge of developing and managing the group’s renewable energy assets: onshore and offshore wind, hydro, small hydro, photovoltaic, biomass and other new energy sources. Iberdrola has the world’s largest renewable asset base and is a global leader in wind power production.
TriMax Solutions provides Localisation, Economic Development advisory, support, reporting and monitoring to companies operating in the renewable energy and transportation sector.
Our team has been involved in the support and preparation of multiple bid submissions. Thereafter, we provide access to a platform for reporting and monitoring to support companies in their reporting obligations.
There is a significant overlap with parallel transformation objectives and we offer support to companies to ensure they align their Economic Development commitments to overall transformation and localisation objectives.
AltGen has established itself as the leader in renewable energy advisory and consulting employment services.
Renewable energy, sustainability and people make up the very core of the company. Since the development of the renewable energy market in South Africa, the AltGen team have actively recruited and deployed the best skills in the industry throughout Africa – from wind technicians right through to CEO’s. With offices in South Africa, Kenya and Mauritius AltGen can easily deploy projects and assist clients throughout Africa and beyond. AltGen’s offering provides complimentary services which cover the three stages of job creation in the energy and sustainability space, this enables us to provide trusted market insight and world class support to each of our clients. Our team is made up of passionate individuals who have found a home in affecting change through people.
AltGen’s specialised services include:
CONSULTING: quality research and advisory – working in various disciplines, underwriting and enabling sustainable development practice.
HR SERVICES AND RECRUITMENT: An end-to-end full-service Recruitment and Executive Search solutions provider that specialises in sourcing and placing the very best talent with reputable employers.
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Khobab Wind Farm achieved its Commercial Operations Date on schedule and on budget, as part of the third round of the South African government’s Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme. Khobab Wind Farm received support from the local municipality and surrounding communities during the construction phase and into operations. A number of economic development projects, aimed at contributing to sustainable community growth through financial and non-financial community development involvement. During the operations, a monetary commitment has been made to specifically developing enterprises and improving the socio-economic welfare of the community for 20 years.
Situated in the Hantam Municipal Area, 60km north of Loeriesfontein in the Northern Cape, Khobab Wind Farm spans 3,453 hectares of agricultural land and comprises sixty-one 99m-high wind turbines. The site was chosen because of its excellent wind resource, its proximity to national roads for wind turbine transportation, the favourable construction conditions, municipality and local stakeholder support, the straightforward electrical connection into the Eskom grid, and studies showed that there would be little environmental impact.
When operating at full capacity, the 140MW Khobab Wind Farm generates around 563,500 MWh/year of clean renewable energy per year and is expected to supply electricity to power up to 120 000 South African homes.
Khobab Wind Farm eliminates approximately 550,000 tonnes of carbon emissions each year when compared to traditional fossil fuel power plants. In addition to zero carbon emissions and reduced use of fossil fuels, the country will benefit from minimal water consumption during the generation process and significant social and enterprise development programmes.