Calling all Cape Town owners and managers of commercial buildings and operations: Let’s talk energy and water

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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.

We will be discussing the water crisis and introducing a new water rating system.

Woolworths will share a retail case study on water and energy efficiency initiatives.

SANEDI will share their proposals for broadening the 12L tax break for energy efficiency. 

The Department of Energy currently has important policies out for comment - the future energy mix in the IRP and IEP, and the Post-2015 National Energy Efficiency Strategy. Updates and resources will also be given by the City of Cape Town, Greencape, GBCSA and SANEDI. 

There is no charge for attendance. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to RSVP and for programme and directions.

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