Published on 08 April 2021
Tagged in EE
20210329_dena for LEDWalkway Webinar.pdf
LED Walkway Webinar was held to share international experience and lessons learned on energy efficient lighting research and demonstration. A keynote input came from Dena (a German Energy Agency) sharing energy efficient lighting perspectives from Germany and also sharing challenges and opportunities for municipalities.
Author: Dr Karsten Lindloff
20210330_SANEDI on behalf of DMRE_LEDWalkway.pdf
LED Walkway Webinar was held to share international experience and lessons learned on energy efficient lighting research and demonstration.
SANEDI gave an overview of the implementation activities on behalf of the DMRE.
Author: Stalin Ndlovu
20210330_TU Berlin for LEDWalkway 1.pdf
LED Walkway Webinar on sharing international experience and lessons learned on energy efficient lighting research and demonstration. The Technical University of Berlin shared on the energy efficient lighting research priorities, trends, and focus.
Author: Heike Schumacher
LED Walkway Webinar on sharing international experience and lessons learned on energy efficient lighting research and demonstration. The demonstration project is funded by the Swiss Government as part of the bilateral agreement with South Africa through its entity Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) under an Energy Efficient Street Lighting Retrofit Project (EEStLRP) implemented by GIZ with the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE).
Author: Gerhard Pienaar
Published on 09 July 2020
Tagged in EE
GIZ_SALGA, 2020, WWTW audit guideline.pdf
The purpose of this guideline is to provide an overview and methodology description of how to perform an energy efficiency audit at a waste water treatment plant. Specific focus is placed on how to execute an audit with its associated calculations and compiling an informed and effective audit report. Two case study audits are also included as examples to the guideline user on how the information in the guideline is applied in practice, as demonstrated at two municipal WWTWs. The guideline serves as the basis for a training course to establish a standardised methodology for conducting energy audits in the WWTW sector, as well as to develop capacity and skills to perform such an audit. The guide covers the following topics:
Author: Watergroup Holdings (Pty) Ltd