Posts tagged as Embedded generation

US$100-million to help SA achieve its climate targets

The Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) has been granted funding to the value of US$100-million from the Green Climate Fund (GCF) to establish the Embedded Generation Investment Programme (EGIP).  Embedded generation, under EGIP, is defined as the production of electricity from generation facilities which are connected to the national grid with or without wheeling […]

Energize Inbox, June 2014

  This month’s letter questions the benefits of enbedded generation in the light of the design of South Africa’s LV infrastructure. Send your letters to: Our winning letter: Is embedded generation ideal for South Africa? Sir At recent SANEA lectures in Johannesburg and Cape Town, Dr. Hendri Geldenhuys and Mobolaji Bello of Eskom described hazards and […]

South Africa’s low voltage network unprepared for bi-directional power flows

Delivering the SANEA lecture to an audience of about 100 at the Sasol auditorium in Rosebank, Johannesburg on the evening of 13 May 2014, Dr. Hendri Geldenhuys, a corporate specialist in smart grid technology at Eskom, discussed the importance of embedded generation (also known as distributed generation) to the overall energy supply in South Africa. […]