ArcVera Renewables leads their renewable energy clients to confident decisions and maximum advantage by delivering accurate and trustworthy insights backed by advanced technical expertise and decades of global experience. ArcVera Renewables provides high-quality technical services for wind and solar energy across the project-lifecycle. Our team of atmospheric scientists, data analysts, and engineers are known for their expertise, precision, and reliability
The REH Group focuses on the development, construction and operation of green-field and refurbished independent power plants (IPPs) in the range of 5MW to 50 MW across Southern Africa.
It has successfully developed the 3MW Sol Plaatje and the 4MW Merino Hydro power plants under the Bethlehem Hydro IPP, the first green field hydro to be built in South Africa since the mid-1980s, and the 4.5MW Stortemelk project, which was one of the first two hydro projects under the South African government’s Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement (REIPPP) Programme. Combined with the new projects we are currently developing, our track record places REH as the foremost developer and long-term investor in the hydropower sector in Southern Africa.
Building Energy is a global company operating as Global Integrated IPP in the Renewable Energy Industry, which produces electricity from renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, hydro and biomass. The company sells electricity under long-term revenue contracts that ensure sustainable value for customers, shareholders and communities. Building Energy maintains an active development program to discover new and innovative power-generation opportunities in order to increase its production base and create value for all shareholders and stakeholders.
Symphonia for South Africa offers the Partners for Possibility (PfP) Program: This is a leadership development and principal support process that:(1) Equips principals with the skills and knowledge to lead change and mobilise the communities around their schools. (2) Provides practical hands-on support to principals as they embark on a changejourney at their schools.(3) Shares what works and engages leaders to replicate proven interventions thatleverage all resources.The PfP programme is based on the recognition that the school is the key unit of change in the education system and on the knowledge that a ship cannot sail without a skilled captain and a strong crew. We establish partnerships between principals from under-resourced schools and business leaders. They become partners for possibility for a period of one year during which they complete a tailored leadership development program together and receive professional coaching by an experienced LearningProcess Facilitator. Participants are also grouped into a Leadership Circle that acts as a solutions incubator. PfP participants custom design a school improvement plan together that addresses the school’s specific challenges and engage their respective communities to become actively involved in the execution of this plan. The PfP solution is both an accredited leadership development programme as well as a powerful principal support process.In addition to working with the principal, the PfP project establishes a cohesive and well-functioning management team, engages teachers and parents and supports community partnership that benefits learners. The PfP program creates a strong foundation which enables other education interventions to thrive.
Red Cap is an innovative South African company that develops renewable energy businesses and projects.
We are currently focused on developing a portfolio of large-scale wind energy projects across Southern Africa – all in close partnership with the local community, environmental groups and public stakeholders.
We have a strategic, long-term view to project development. Our business model is to be involved in the entire project process, from early stage scoping through to permitting and operation of the wind farm. We cover the full range of development activities, including land acquisition, site engineering, project finance, stakeholder engagement and overseeing plant construction and operation.
We take our name from the original red Phrygian cap, which signifies freedom and the pursuit of liberty, and was customarily worn by newly freed slaves. Our name is symbolic of the deregulation of the local energy market and our aim to create a sustainable energy future for South Africa.
Siemens is a leading international integrated technology company providing technological excellence, innovation, quality and reliability through our Energy, Healthcare, Industry, and Infrastructures & Cities Sectors for over 160 years.We are one of the world’s largest providers of green technologies. Products and solutions from our Environmental Portfolio already account for considerably more than one-third of our total revenue. In fiscal 2011, our roughly 360,000 employees generated revenue from continuing operations of about €74 billion and income from continuing operations of €7.0 billion.
Globeleq is an experienced operating power company, actively developing energy solutions for the emerging markets of Africa and the Americas. Globeleq develops economically sustainable businesses that support the continued development of the electric power sector in these regions and actively participate in the communities in which it operates. As part of South Africa’s Renewable Power program, Globeleq is the majority shareholder of Jeffreys Bay Wind Farm in the Eastern Cape as well as De Aar Solar Power and Droogfontein Solar Power located on the Northern Cape. Globeleq is jointly managing the construction of these projects and will also play a key role as the management company of these three IPP’s during operations.
EDF Renewables [South Africa], formally “InnoWind”, is a locally based fully integrated independent power producer that develops, finances, builds, owns and operates commercial renewable energy generation facilities.
BioTherm Energy (Pty) Limited is one of South Africa’s leading renewable energy developers. As one of South Africa’s first independent power producer (IPP), BioTherm has embarked on delivering clean, renewable energy to South Africa with a series of wind and solar farms in the Eastern, Western and Northern Cape provinces.