Tsebo Sustainable Energy Business Solution

sustainable energy solutions

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The South African government’s recent response to South Africa’s energy crisis has made it clear that sustainable energy will play a significant role in transforming the energy sector. By providing a framework that aims to cut red tape and reduce regulatory requirements for renewable projects, the government has empowered the private sector to become part of the energy solution.

THE CHALLENGE

Loadshedding has severely impacted businesses with devastating financial consequences as a result of down time, not to mention the detrimental effect of unplanned outages and power surges on company assets.

While new legislation will make it easier for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and larger organisations to benefit from various sustainable energy solutions, and even generate and sell excess energy to the national grid, renewable energy is not a one size fits all solution. The initial infrastructure investment is expensive and unscrupulous dealers often ‘over-sell’ over-priced systems that do not work in tandem, match the company’s requirements or comply with complex regulations.

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TSEBO Energy Company Profile

TSEBO Energy Company Profile

Tsebo Energy Solutions is the expert in reducing production costs through simple energy management solutions. We provide insight into energy consumption and we offer practical solutions required to target and eliminate unnecessary energy waste.

Our mission is to create strategic advantage for our clients through solutions that minimise energy costs and improve sustainability, resulting in the reduction of organisational carbon footprints.

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Your Energy Performance Certification Partner (EPC)

YOUR ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATION PARTNER (EPC)

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In December 2020, the South African government gazetted legislation making it mandatory for offices and private non-residential buildings (malls, universities, sports complexes, etc.) larger than 2,000 m2 to submit information on their building’s energy performance – and to publicly display these certificates at the entrance to their buildings.

The regulations are similar to those in existence in the UK and EU and are a first step to reducing energy consumption in line with the global net-zero challenge for buildings – the energy used by a building in a year should not exceed the amount of renewable energy created on site.

With a decade of experience in reporting on Energy Use Intensity (EUI) and a portfolio of clients that span the continent, Tsebo Energy is perfectly positioned to assist organisations in meeting the requirements of the new legislation. We provide accurate analyses and reporting, and can help to significantly reduce a building’s energy use and costs.

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