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4th Floor Mariendahl House, Newlands on Main, Claremont
Cape town
Western Cape
South Africa

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.

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4th Floor Mariendahl House, Newlands on Main, Claremont
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

Noupoort Wind Farm has achieved its Commercial Operations Date (COD) on schedule and on budget, making it the first wind farm to successfully achieve operation as part of the third round of the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme.
Noupoort Wind Farm has received resounding support from the local municipality and the surrounding communities throughout the construction phase and into operations. A number of economic development projects, which include Capacity Building for existing and prospective entrepreneurs; and local maths and science development programmes that incorporate science and computer labs as well as local Wi-Fi infrastructure are being implemented.
Situated in the Umsobomvu Municipal Area, 10km east of Noupoort in the Northern Cape, Noupoort Wind Farm spans 7500 hectares and comprises thirty five 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 80MW Noupoort Wind Farm generates around 304 800MWh of clean renewable energy per year and is expected to supply electricity to power up to 69 000 South African homes.
Noupoort Wind Farm eliminates approximately 300 000 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.

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4th Floor Mariendahl House, Newlands on Main, Claremont
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

Loeriesfontein 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. Loeriesfontein 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, Loeriesfontein 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 Loeriesfontein 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.
Loeriesfontein 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.

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33 Sillery Avenue, Constantia, 7806
Cape Towm
Western Cape
South Africa

IPP – installed capacity of 73,8MW with 41 Vestas V100 turbines, each generating 1,8MW – amounting to an expected generation of 221,400 MHh annually

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69 Van Buuren Road, Bedfordview
Johannesburg
Gauteng
South Africa

An afrocentric renewable energy company with the mandate to empower through power. Promoting offshore wind technologies in South Africa.

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1301 Arapahoe Street, Suite 105
Golden, CO
Outside RSA
USA

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

225 Orchard Road
kempton Park
Gauteng
South Africa

Abnormal Lowbed Services FMCG Transport And Logistics

Flat 7, Tafelberg, 5 Culver Street, Oranjezicht, Cape Town
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

Individual Member

Fulham Road 25
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

Individual Member

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1 Mountjoy Street, Wilbart,
Germiston
Gauteng
South Africa

Business

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8F Claremont Central 8 Vineyard Rd Claremont
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

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.

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1 Mountjoy Street, Wilbart
Germiston
Gauteng
South Africa

Lifting services

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3 Dock Rd, Cape Town City Centre
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

We seek project opportunities globally where there is a strong rationale for solar and the integrated business model creates competitive advantage

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73 Havelock Street
Port Elizabeth
Eastern Cape
South Africa

Production of power through wind

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1501 M St NW Ste 900 Washington, D.C. 20005
Washington
Outside RSA
USA

AWEA is the voice of wind energy in the U.S., promoting renewable energy to power a cleaner, stronger America.

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Industriestrasse Steinhausen
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

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14th Floor, Pier Place, Heerengracht street
Cape Town
Western Cape
South 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.

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2nd floor Golf Park 4 Raapenberg Road Mowbray
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

Renewable energy developer

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4th Floor, North Tower, 90 Rivonia Road
Sandton
Gauteng
South Africa

Finance for Utility Scale Projects

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Uni B1, Mayfair Square, Century Way
Century City
Western Cape
South Africa

Development, permitting, construction and financing of renewable energy projects

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