ENERTRAG South Africa is a subsidiary of ENERTRAG AG, the German-based renewable energy company founded in 1992 by owner, Jörg Müller. ENERTRAG has a history in developing and operating high yield renewable energy projects. With an installed capacity of 760MW and over 500 employees, ENERTRAG is currently responsible for operating and managing 1000+ turbines around the world. A leading project developer, ENERTRAG have projects in Germany, United Kingdom, France, Poland, Bulgaria, Belarus, and now South Africa.
Combining technical expertise with many years of in-depth industry experience, UL DEWI (UL International GmbH) offers global, one-stop wind and solar energy services to manufacturers, project developers, utilities, banks, investors and other companies
African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM) develops and manages private equity infrastructure funds designed to invest long-term institutional unlisted equity in African infrastructure projects.
AIIM actively manages investments in East, West and Southern Africa and has equity under management of USD1.6 billion with a track record extending across six African infrastructure funds.
With offices in South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya, AIIM has extensive experience spanning a range of infrastructure asset classes and a thorough understanding of the African business environment.
AIIM has one of the most experienced infrastructure transaction execution and management teams in Africa. The depth of knowledge and experience allows us to identify quality investment opportunities, and to apply a disciplined approach to the investment and asset management process.
Sofisa & Phillips Development Agency (SPDA) is a 51% Black Owned and 30.6% Black Women Owned Renewable Energy service provider specialising in lead technical support to developers, EPC contractors, and/or suppliers involved in the South Africa’s REIPPP sector.
SPDA has been involved in REIPPP for the last 5 years working on the following wind farms of Kouga, Gibson Bay, Amakhala Emoyeni, Tsitsikamma, Grassridge, Chaba and Waainek.
Our services enhance bid, construction and operations/maintenance phases of REIPPP through value-added social assessments, stakeholder engagement, economic development planning, community relations management, industrial relations, audit and verification, assurance reporting, risk, B-BBEE, SED and ED design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
TGOOD is a global leader in E-House and prefabricated substation solutions with the fastest assembly, delivery
and installation times in the industry.
RENEWABLE ENERGY SUBSTATIONS
Fully integrated prefabricated substations and E-House systems
Best-in-class lead times measured in weeks, not
Modular designs can be skid or trailer mounted for rapid transport
Exceptional weatherproofing with strong condensation and corrosion resistance
ENERCON wind energy converters have been known for their innovative technology, out- standing reliability and excellent returns on investment for over 30 years. With a tried-and-tested drive system, groundbreaking technological developments and high quality standards, the company is constantly raising the bar in the wind energy industry. Its product catalogue currently includes wind energy converters ranging from 800 to 5,500 kilowatts. The German wind energy converter manufacturer has installed over 30,035 wind energy converters worldwide with a total power of more than 52.3 gigawatts (status 02/2020). As one of the leading producers of wind energy converters, ENERCON is always working to drive the global supply of renewable energy forward using its practice-oriented products and services.
Increasing the diversity of South Africa’s energy production mix is important to mitigate climate change while enhancing supply security. The CSIR aims to help the country achieve an energy-secure and low-carbon national economy.
The organisation develops and implements renewable and alternative energy technologies with a specific focus on innovations in energy storage, system integration and renewable energy technologies, while also contributing to policy formulation and market design.
The Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) is a self-financing national development finance institution whose primary objectives are to contribute to generation of balanced, sustainable economic growth in Africa and to the empowerment of South Africa population, thereby promoting entrepreneurship through the building of competitive industries and enterprises based on sound business principles. IDC is one of the leading financiers in the renewable energy sector and it participates in the development of projects, investment through equity, funding of BEE and BBBEE shareholding and is a provider of senior debt.
G7 Renewable Energies, a South African company based in Cape Town and founded 2008, develops highly competitive grid connected wind farms in South Africa. We use our outstanding skills and experience, in-depth knowledge of the country’s wind resources (SA Mesoscale Wind Atlas from its Director Dr Kilian Hagemann) as well as legal, social, technical and environmental expertise to bring our portfolio of projects commercial fruition. In the process we take care of all the necessary stepping stones – identifying new sites, securing land rights, liaising with local communities, conducting high quality wind measurements, obtaining all required permits and sourcing necessary licenses in order to enable each project to reach financial close and generate sustainable revenues for 20-25 years. G7 has actively contributed through its Director Nicolas Rolland to the strong build-up of SAWEA from 2009 to 2011 with the launch of Windaba, the industry’s premier annual conference. G7 remains strongly supportive of the SAWEA’s efforts through its involvement in various working groups.