Duration: 60 minutes
Wheeling is a scalable solution to creating a stable electricity supply industry within the southern African region.
While wheeling does not necessarily mean that the electrons entering the transmission network at point A will be used at point B, it is a solution to balancing the energy from the generator with the end-user load.
Now that South Africa’s Department of Mineral Resources and Energy will be gazetting the amendment to Schedule 2 of the country’s Electricity Regulation Act that pushes the self-generation threshold up to 100MW, it is timeous to review how wheeling operates and what changes can be anticipated within the Southern African Power Pool (SAPP).
What you will hear about
- The role of SAPP
- Day ahead market and balancing market impact
- Methodology of cross border tariffs
- Lessons from successful SAPP wheeling deals
- Lessons from an interconnector operator
- Possible SAPP impact on RSA wheeling
- SAPP membership for RSA buyers / IPPs
– Robert Futter, Executive Director, Cresco Group
– Alison Chikova, Chief Engineer Planning & Operations, Southern African Power Pool (SAPP)
– Mutale Mukuka, Chief Financial Officer, Copperbelt Energy Corporation, Zambia
– Deon Vrey, Technical Director, Zutari, South Africa