RENEWABLE ENERGY

With reductions in renewable energy prices and increases in national power tariffs, municipalities are facing pressure to integrate options such as embedded rooftop solar PV or wind generators into their networks. Landfill and sewage methane for electricity generation are also potentially viable renewable energy options.

Renewable Energy

With reductions in renewable energy prices and increases in national power tariffs, municipalities are facing pressure to integrate options such as embedded rooftop solar PV or wind generators into their networks. Landfill and sewage methane for electricity generation are also potentially viable renewable energy options.

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AMEU SALGA: Requirements for Small-Scale Embedded Generation

Sets out what the municipality requires in terms of SSEG to be connected to their networks, including what is and is not allowed, the standards and specifications to be complied with, and the application process to be followed.  SSEG installers and prospective customers should familiarise themselves with this document prior to submitting applications (Feb, 2021).

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Cape Town SWH Programme Lessons Learnt 11-14 (Cape Town)

These four amalgamated solar water heater (SWH) Programme documents provide: (1) a code of conduct for service providers accredited under Cape Town’s Residential SWH Accreditation Programme (2) a service agreement between the City and the Plumbing Industry Registration Board to assist in monitoring the standards of SWHs installed by Accredited Service Providers (3) a professional services agreement between the City and the Western Cape Approved Electrical Inspection Authority, and (4) a pre-launch briefing for potential applicants to Cape Town’s Residential SWH Accreditation Programme.

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