South Africa Releases Its Largest Renewable Energy Tender of 3,740 MW Capacity
The tender has actually been presented for take the pressure off the nation power grid run by Eskom. Presently, Africa is mired in the dire challenge of electrcity and water supply. Power outages have actually become a common phenomenon right here.
Apr 28, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, tender, Africa, eskom
S Africa's Sola to add 345 MW of renewables under Eskom deal
South African solar power manufacturer Sola Group has signed land lease agreements with utility Eskom Holdings SOC for sites that will end up being home to 2 renewable power parks totalling 345 MW.
Oct 28, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, eskom, S Africa, Sola
Mainstream Inks Deal to Develop RE Plants in South Africa
Mainstream has authorized a lease contract with South Africa's national electrical energy business Eskom for a 1,650-hectare site to build and operate RE plants. The substantial land is located alongside the Majuba as well as Tutuka coal-fired power plant in the Mpumalanga Province.
Oct 17, 2022 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, National Grid, Battery Storage, Africa, eskom, South Africa, mainstream renewable power, wind, Mainstream, REIPPPP, aker offshore wind, Hein Reyneke, Lease Agreement, Majuba, Mpumalanga Province, Tutuka
South Africa's Eskom verifies agreement awards for 1,440 MWh battery storage
South Africa's primary power provider Eskom has actually revealed information of honest significant battery storage implementations, including project sites and sizes.
Aug 1, 2022 // Storage, Africa, eskom, South Africa, contract awards, development banks
South Africa unveils solar FiT and licensing exemptions in feedback to energy crisis
South Africa's federal government has actually introduced a raft of measures to boost the release of renewables in the nation as it replies to a growing energy crisis.
Jul 27, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Africa, eskom, South Africa, rooftop solar, embedded generation, REIPPPP, feed in tarrifs, grid constraints
South African mining market to construct 3.9 GW of renewables, relieves pressure on public utility Eskom
The South African mining industry is preparing to construct 3.9 GW of eco-friendly projects as well as storage space that would certainly see the field make strides in the direction of satisfying its 2050 net absolutely no target and also relieve pressure on South African public utility Eskom, which has called on the sector to supplement its power supply.
Nov 25, 2021 // Plants, Storage, Africa, eskom, South Africa, mining, net zero
Eskom to collectively establish solar projects at South African coal mines
South African utility Eskom has actually authorized a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with mining business Exxaro as well as Seriti Resources to help decarbonise their procedures by releasing solar PV.
Oct 25, 2021 // Plants, Africa, eskom, South Africa, mining, coal mining
Eskom looking to renewables as S Africa is reducing coal power
South African utility Eskom Holdings SOC will close down roughly 30% of its existing coal-fired power generation ability over the following years and repurpose some of the websites for solar energy production.
Aug 19, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, Africa, eskom, South Africa
South Africa launches request for propositions for 1GW of solar PV
The South African federal government has actually released its most current renewables procurement round under its Renewable Energy IPP Procurement Programme (REIPPPP), which is to obtain 1GW of solar PV.
Mar 22, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, tender, solar-plus-storage, Africa, eskom, South Africa, ACWA Power, Gwede Mantashe, solar wind hybrid, G7 Renewable Energies, power cuts, procurement, Killian Hagemann
South African utility Eskom releases tender for 80 MW/320 MWh of storage
The South African national power business is preparing to release big range energy storage ability at the Skaapvlei substation. The center will help manage the periodic energy created by a 100 MW Eskom wind ranch.
Aug 3, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Storage, pv power plants, tender, Africa, eskom, South Africa
Eskom looks for modules and installing structures for off-grid job
The South African utility is seeking deals for the supply of 1,383 320 W polycrystalline modules and installing structures, to be used for the construction of 4 off-grid PV projects at its proving ground.
Feb 4, 2020 // Technology, Markets & Finance News, Grids, tender, Africa, eskom, South Africa
Eswatini 40 MW solar tender attracts 13 approved bidders
The regulator received 26 proposals overall for a project intended to make the kingdom less dependent on power imports from troubled South African utility Eskom.
Oct 29, 2019 // Markets & Finance News, tender, Africa, eskom, Eswatini
UN fund gets behind plan to unlock finance for South African renewables
UN money will help South African PV players underpin project revenues without the need to resort to the government, after a year when Eskom’s woes have cast doubts on the state-offtaker route.
Oct 9, 2019 // Markets & Finance News, Africa, eskom, green climate fund, embedded pv, un, dbsa, Yannick Glemarec
South Africa proposes voluntary reduction of tariffs awarded in first three REIPPPP rounds
Power purchase agreements may be voluntarily renegotiated by extending the 20-year deals or enabling independent power producers to add more efficient PV components, thus increasing plant generation capacity.
Oct 1, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, Tariffs, Africa, eskom, Gwede Mantashe, Pravin Gordhan, Chris Ahlfeldt
Flanagan & Gerard, co-developers kit out four malls with solar panels
Shopping centre developer Flanagan & Gerard Property Development and Investment has invested R16-million in the installation of solar plants at its malls, in an effort to save energy and reduce its carbon footprint.
Sep 27, 2019 // Rooftop PV, rooftop PV, Africa, eskom, Flanagan & Gerard Property Development and Investment, Vaal Mall, Middleburg Mall, Springs Mall, Paul Gerard