ELECTRICITY SERVICES

Municipal electricity distributors face a range of challenges in the current fast-changing electricity industry landscape. Amongst these are: accommodating embedded generation, integrating electricity efficiency, increasing informal settlement electrification, adjusting tariffs appropriately, and avoiding damaging revenue loss in the process.

Electricity Services

Municipal electricity distributors face a range of challenges in the current fast-changing electricity industry landscape. Amongst these are: accommodating embedded generation, integrating electricity efficiency, increasing informal settlement electrification, adjusting tariffs appropriately, and avoiding damaging revenue loss in the process.

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Energy Services: Market Intelligence Report 2016

This report covers green economy opportunities in the utility-scale energy services sector, aimed at green technology and services companies and investors that are currently active or interested in entering this sector in South Africa, and the Western Cape specifically. The report provides an overview of the market within the sector, including key players, legislation and regulation, opportunities and challenges, important developments and achievements. (GreenCape, 2016)

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Briefing 4: Critical Issues Facing SA Cities with Respect to Electricity

This is a briefing paper for the Government Technical Advisory Centre on critical issues facing cities with regards to electricity, covering economic competitiveness, electricity supply dynamics, the role of cities, municipal finance, the municipal voice, legislative mandates and regulation, procurement from IPPs and the role of embedded generation. (Rolfe Eberhard, 2015)

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Embedded Energy Generation Experience in a South African Metro (Nelson Mandela Bay)

This document outlines the experiences and lessons learnt with regards to small-scale embedded generation (SSEG) within Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality. It covers costs and financing, barriers to implementation, suggestions for a way forward, and important aspects that other municipalities need to consider before allowing SSEG. (ICLEI, 2015)

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