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Organisational Capacity Assessment Chris Hani District Municipality

This is an assessment developed for SA-LED for institutional capacity assessments for municipalities. The assessment focuses on the important organizational dimensions of a municipality and identifies areas of strength and required improvement. The self-evaluation assessment also facilitates the implementation of a guided capacity building process. The assessment helps establish a baseline from which the municipality can measure progress. (USAID SA Low Emissions Development Program, 2017)

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Energy Poverty and Gender in Urban South Africa

This report presents an update on the current state of energy poverty in South African cities and a follow-up to the report ‘Tackling Urban Energy Poverty in South Africa’ published in 2014. It aims to develop suitable gender-sensitive energy solutions for urban municipalities. Part A addresses factors influencing energy poverty and Part B reviews the impact of pro-poor energy policies. (Sustainable Energy Africa, 2017)

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REIPPPP Review 2016: a Critique of the Process of Socio-Economic Benefits Implementation

This review critically examines the current Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (REI4P) model of socio-economic development implementation. More specifically, it asks whether the REI4P is creating decent full-time jobs to its maximum potential, delivering services to those affected communities, and empowering communities to identify and implement opportunities beyond the renewable energy projects. (McDaid, 2016

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Municipal Landfill Gas to Electricity Grid-Tied Project: Johannesburg (Johannesburg)

The Johannesburg landfill gas to energy project, initially conceived as a carbon reduction project, aims to mitigate greenhouse gases from five landfill sites in Johannesburg, through converting its landfill gas to electricity. The five sites have a combined potential capacity of 18.6 MW of electricity, and the project will be by far the largest municipal-driven renewable energy development in South Africa to date. (GIZ, SALGA & SEA, 2016)

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