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National Solar Water Heater Programme Update May 2014 PowerPoint Presentation
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National Solar Water Heater Programme Update May 2014

National Solar Water Heater Programme Update May 2014

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National Solar Water Heater Programme Update May 2014

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  1. National Solar Water Heater Programme Update May 2014

  2. Outline of Presentation Objectives – Solar Water Heater Programme 2. Problems with current delivery model 3. Transition to localization effort 4. Contracting models 5. Project Implementation – Status Update 6. Participation in the Installation Programme

  3. Objectives - Solar Water Heaters

  4. Problems with old delivery model Problem 1 – there is little impact on electricity demand • Problem 2 – there is little local manufacturing • Problem 3 – measuring the local content of products is difficult • Problem 4 – there is no technology standardization there are too many different products • Problem 5 – the life cycle management of installed systems is inadequate The prevalent technology type that has been installed is the evacuated tube type 600+ accredited products on the Eskom database not clear as to who is responsible for maintaining the swh over its 10-15 year life

  5. Transition to localization effort 1 2 3 WRAPPING UP PHASE - SUPPLY OF PRODUCT UP TO ~x SYSTEMS? QUALIFICATION PHASE – CONVERSION TO LOCAL PRODUCT AS SPECIFIED EXCLUSIVE PHASE – ONLY LOCAL STANDARD PRODUCT IS SUPPORTED Designation of swh in August 2013Product not limited to local standardCall by SABS for submission of local content declarations by all participants in the NSHWHP, in line with SABS 1286 Analysis of the “local content scoring” of the various existing products • Contracting by Eskom for manufacturing subsidies (only with qualifiedsuppliers) • Selection of qualified product suppliers, using audit outcomes from SABS 1286 process • Selection of target municipalities after “feasibility” assessment and acceptance of conditions • Training of installers

  6. Contracting Model

  7. Contracting Model…

  8. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION – STATUS UPDATE

  9. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION – STATUS UPDATE…

  10. Participation in Installation Programme - discussion Municipalities participate subject to: • Service Level Agreement with Eskom – outlines conditions • Lets discuss • swh@energy.gov.za

  11. THANK YOU