Loadshedding as a catalyst for self-generation
Nedbank EEBI Seminar 1
Six morning seminars, each covering critical energy, electricity and issues facing South Africa, are planned. The seminars each provide practical solutions that can unlock bottlenecks, mitigate risk and encourage investment, economic growth and job creation. The seminars each involve broad policy, regulatory, social, economic business, labour and community issues that are topical and relevant for the year ahead.
Loadshedding as a catalyst for self-generation, where customers can become part of the solution
The devastating impact of extended loadshedding on investment, the economy, growth and job creation in South Africa requires that customers should be looking to take greater responsibility for their own energy futures through self-generation. In this way, electricity customers can mitigate risk, supplement their grid electricity needs, reduce electricity costs and relieve Eskom of a burden it is clearly unable to meet. This seminar explores the policy, regulatory, standardisation and training initiatives that can enable customers of electricity to become part of the solution in the short-term through self-generation