TUESDAY, 17 MAY 2016


SESSION 1.1

WATER AND ENERGY SYNERGIES: SAVE MONEY, WATER AND ENERGY
Moderator: Barry Bredenkamp, Senior Manager: Energy Efficiency & Corporate Communications, SANEDI, SA

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Chairperson’s Opening
Lisa Reynolds, President Elect, Southern African Association for Energy Efficiency, SA

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Thirsty Energy: Securing Energy in a Water-Constrained Africa
Diego J. Rodriguez, Senior Economist, PhD, World Bank, USA

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Cape Town Energy2040
Sarah Ward, Head Energy and Climate Change, City of Cape Town, SA

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Case study: The development of conduit hydropower in a city’s water distribution system
Adriaan Kurtz, Design and Planning Engineer, City of Tshwane, South Africa

SESSION 1.2
IMPLEMENTATION OF A LONG TERM ENERGY & WATER EFFICIENCY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Moderator: Alfred Hartzenburg, National Project Manager: Industrial Energy Efficiency Project, CSIR,  South Africa

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Energy Management Systems-ISO 50001: Providing a sharper focus on energy eficiency
Faith Mkhacwa, Project Manager: Industrial Energy Efficiency Project, National Cleaner Production Centre (NCPC-SA), SA

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How to develop a sustainable energy management system
Wendy da Cruz, Management System Consultant, Wendy da Cruz Consultancy Services, SA

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Case Studies followed by Q&A sessions:
Driving behaviour change to achieve energy efficiency: A case study of Karob Plastics
Andrew McIlwaine, HR/ISO Manager, Karob Plastics, SA

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Pauline Macharia, PhD Fellow, Vienna Technical University, Austria

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Lisa Reynolds, President Elect, Southern African Association for Energy Efficiency, SA

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Mare-Loe Prinsloo, Technical Manager Spirits, Distell, SA

Bayside Mall Sustainable Interventions
Michael  Vice, Engineer, JG Afrika (Pty) Ltd, South Africa

Case Study –SME
Tommy Solomon, Owner, SOLOMON EPOXY COATING, South Africa


WEDNESDAY, 18 MAY 2016


SESSION 2.1
DISTRIBUTED DEFECTORS: WHEN CUSTOMERS LEAVE THE GRID
Moderator: TC Madikane, President, South African Institute of Electrical Engineers, SA

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Sneak peek into the energy companies of tomorrow – proactive adaptation to the evolving industry landscape
Sicelo Xulu, Managing Director, City Power, SA

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Is it time for distributed power? How can utilities make this new technology work for them.
Jenny Fletcher, CEO, Ariya Capital, Kenya

12:30
Is the rise of customer-owned solar systems, gas-powered generators, micro-hydro and pump storage installations a threat or opportunity for utilities?
Panel Discussion:

  • Sicelo Xulu, Managing Director, City Power, South Africa
  • Jenny Fletcher, CEO, Ariya Capital, Kenya
  • Moefi Moroeng, Specialist: Wholesale Electricity Trading, National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA), South Africa
  • Bertha Dlamini, Managing Director, EON Consulting (Pty) Ltd, South Africa
  • Segran Pillay, Mining Research Manager, Accenture, South Africa

SESSION 2.2
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THE A-Z OF EMBEDDED GENERATION: SOLUTION TO LOAD SHEDDING AND AFRICA’S ENERGY SECURITY?
Moderator: Andrew Njoba, Team Leader, DFID Clean Energy Promotion Program, Kenya Association of Manufacturers, Kenya

15:00
The Western Cape Energy Game Changer

  • Pdf-Download-ButtonHildegarde Fast, Head of Department, Western Cape Government, SA
  • Pdf-Download-ButtonJack Radmore, Green Finance Business Analyst, GreenCape, SA

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How to budget for embedded generation
Jasper Cloete, Director (CEO), Viking Energy Development Africa (Pty) Ltd, SA

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Embedded generation: Perspectives from Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality
Peter J. Neilson, Acting Executive Director, Electricity and Energy, Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality, SA


THURSDAY, 19 MAY 2016


SESSION 3.1
DISCOVERING THE POTENTIAL OF ENERGY STORAGE TECHNOLOGIES
Moderator: Mkhulu Mathe, Manager: Energy Materials, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), SA

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Energy Storage Helping to Supply Reliable Power to Africa
Randell Johnson, Chief Analytics Officer – Head of Alevo Analytics, ALEVO, USA

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Advanced batteries as enablers of renewable energy: Thoughts on the business case for Africa
Prof Kenneth I. Ozoemena, Chief Research Scientist, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), SA

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Financial viability of battery storage to defer capital expenditure related to the upgrade of substations
Wynand Goosen, Head of Energy Storage – Solar Capital, Africa Focus Consulting (Pty) Ltd, SA

SESSION 3.2
WHY ENERGY STORAGE IS A GAME CHANGER FOR ENERGY INDEPENDENCE
Moderator: Mkhulu Mathe, Manager: Energy Materials, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), SA

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Why Africa stands to benefit the most from energy storage
Mikhail Nikomarov, Director and Co-founder, Bushveld Energy, SA

12:00
Panel discussion: How can utilities ensure that they take full advantage of the energy storage technology?

  • Mikhail Nikomarov, Director and Co-founder, Bushveld Energy, SA
  • Prof Kenneth I. Ozoemena, Chief Research Scientist, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), SA
  • Bruce Raw, Energy Programme Manager, Green-Cape, SA
  • Evan Rice, Business Development Manager, Tesla Energy, SA