WHAT DOES SAIPPA DO?
- Representing its members in various platforms including political institutions at Provincial National and municipal levels,
- Informing its Members on the latest policy legislative and regulatory developments,
- Lobbying key decision-makers on appropriate policies to develop a sustainable independent power production market,
- Mobilising the independent power production sector via working groups, seminars and workshops to define clear positions on political, technical and economic issues,
- Promoting all power technologies irrespective of type
- Supporting peer organisations in achieving common objectives – SAIPPA is part of the IPP Platform which is a collective of 12 IPP formations
- Organising breakfasts, seminars, conferences where topical issues on independent power production are discussed
GENERALLY: SAIPPA seeks to promote the collective interests of Independent Power Producers in South Africa, to assist with public policy formation and implementation, and to serve as a platform for information dissemination to its members.
The following documents have been uploaded into the Information Store in the Events Presentations sub-folder:
1. Presentation- Transmission Connection Charges Principles _02 June 2016 by ESKOM
2. Overview of the REIPPP Programmes by the IPP Office
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