Meet the 2018 WindAc Africa Students

Meet the 2018 WindAc Africa Students With just less than 24 days to go, WindAc will be sponsoring students to attend the 2018 WindAc Africa conference. The purpose of this programme is to bring superior wind research knowledge to South African students, and to

Meet the 2018 WindAc Africa Students

Meet the 2018 WindAc Africa Students WindAc Africa – an academic conference is ‘Africa’s hour for Wind Power’ co-located with Windaba Conference and Exhibition. The third annual event takes place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) on 5 & 6

SAWEA responds to NUMSA’s misleading arguments

The South African Wind Energy Association is concerned that the arguments cited by NUMSA and Transform SA in their interdict application against renewable power purchase agreement (RE PPA) conclusion, are misleading. Job losses must be avoided wherever possible, but false claims do

SAWEA responds to another PPA delay

Today was meant to mark the reawakening of South Africa’s Renewable Energy Power Producer Procurement Programme (REIPPPP), first initiated in 2011. “The delayed investment of over R59 billion, the creation of over 13 000 construction jobs and a further 2000 operations jobs

Wind energy costs far less – making it the logical choice

“South Africa should urgently restart its large scale renewables industry in order to benefit from the continued decline in renewables prices achieved globally and grow its green economy industrial base”, says Brenda Martin, CEO of SAWEA. While South Africa’s renewables programme has

Wind energy industry welcome presidential intervention to stabilise SOE’s

21 February 2018 The South African Wind Energy Association (SAWEA) has issued a statement applauding the newly appointed President’s commitment to stabilising state owned enterprises and Minister Gigaba’s reiteration of these sentiments, in today’s Budget Speech. “We applaud President Ramaphosa’s unequivocal commitment