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南非光伏产业协会支持南非总统拉马福萨在能源领域的发展方向

        南非光伏产业协会(SAPVIA)首席运营官尼维森·戈文德支持南非总统西里尔·拉马福萨2月13日发表的国情咨文讲话。      

        “我们很高兴,能源危机已被总统列为昨晚索纳会议的第一项议题。它使我们向前迈进,表明政府已经认识到形势的严重性和我们面临的挑战。鉴于经济形势,我们相信可再生能源是成本和执行方面唯一可行的选择,我们希望独立发电商办公室(IPPO)的信息请求(RFI)结果也会显示出同样的结果。”             

 导读:拉马福萨公开谈论南非能源供应有限            

       “Sappia拥有丰富的知识,代表南非市场上300家活跃的太阳能光伏企业。多年来,我们在可再生能源方面为政府作出了积极贡献,我们将继续支持南非市场的利益。”   戈文德补充说,太阳能产业已经做好准备,并等待第34节的确定和未来几轮的再就业计划。“我们继续支持和鼓励当地有意义地参与REIPPP。”              

     2006年第4号《电力监管法》第34节授权能源部长允许市政当局绕过Eskom,直接从独立发电商(IPP)采购电力。 我们需要利用各部门的资源,共同承担任务,实施明确的行动纲领。我们继续推动政府利用私营部门的资源,为关键的基础设施建设提供资金,特别是在电力和水利部门。  “正如SONA中所强调的,萨维娅还认为,小型嵌入式发电是南非在能源、就业、技能发展和农村电气化方面的最大机会。我们还欢迎取消对自己消费的限制,以及市政当局从独立发电厂采购自己能源的能力。”           

       “萨皮亚将继续与南非总统、矿产资源和能源部(DMRE)和国家能源监管局(NERSA)就最理想的前进道路进行进一步接触,制定明确的立法和简明、清晰的流程,使发电部署尽可能快。”比言语更响亮。      

       “最后,Sappia敦促DMRE和南非国家能源监管局最终确定ERA时间表II和相关的规章制度,以便我们能够加快太阳能光伏发电所需的速度。以便我们能够制定一个时间表并执行所有政府要求。需要建立伙伴关系来实现这一大胆和面向行动的目标。开放经济,这样我们就能创造出急需的就业机会。

南非电力,太阳能,光伏展览会链接:

http://www.world-fairs.org/show-839.html 

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原文:

South African Photovoltaic Industry Association (SAPVIA) Chief Operating Officer, Niveshen Govender, supports the sentiments of the President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation speech address on 13 February.

“We are glad that the energy crisis has been prioritised by the president as the first order of business at last night’s SONA. It moves us forward and demonstrates that Government has grasped the seriousness of the situation and challenges we face. Given the economic climate, we are confident that renewable energy is the only viable option with regards to cost and execution specifically, and we expect that the results of the Independent Power Producer Office’s (IPPO) request for information (RFI) will show the same.”

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“SAPVIA has a wealth of knowledge representing 300 active solar PV players in the South African market. Over the years, we have contributed positively to Government on renewable energy and we will continue to support the benefit to the South African market.”

Govender added that the solar industry is ready and waiting for the section 34 determination and future rounds of the REIPPPP. “We continue to support and encourage meaningful local participation in the REIPPPP.”

Section 34 of the Electricity Regulation Act 4 of 2006 empowers the Minister of Energy to allow municipalities to bypass Eskom and procure electricity directly from Independent Power Producers (IPPs).

We will need to use the resources of all sectors to share the tasks and implement a programme of defined actions. We continue to push Government to use the private sector resources to help fund critical infrastructure development especially in the power and water sectors.

“As highlighted in the SONA, SAPVIA also believe that small-scale embedded generation is the biggest opportunity that South Africa has for the security of, and access to, energy, employment, skills development and rural electrification. We also welcome the removal of a limit for own consumption and the ability of municipalities to procure their own energy from IPPs.”


“SAPVIA will continue to further engage with the presidency, Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) and the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA) on the most optimal way forward with well-defined legislation and concise, clear processes to allow the deployment of generation to be as rapid as possible.” Action will speak louder than words.

“Lastly SAPVIA urge DMRE and NERSA to finalise the ERA schedule II and the associated rules and regulations so we can expedite the required generation of energy from Solar PV. So that we can work towards a timeline and implementing all of governments requirements. Partnerships are needed to deliver this bold and action-oriented set of objectives. Open up the economy so that we can create the jobs that are much needed.” says Govender.

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