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Join us for the Energy Efficiency Forum on 16 March at 8:30 for 9:00 until 12:30 followed by a light lunch.

Financial services company Old Mutual and retailers Ackermans and the Clicks Group have been recognised by the City of Cape Town and its partners for helping to make sustainable progress possible as a result of their efforts to reduce their energy consumption.

The City of Cape Town, in partnership with Eskom and the South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA), launched Cape Town’s Energy Efficiency Forum (EEF) in 2009 to assist commercial buildings and operations in improving their energy efficiency.

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