Established in 2009, The South African Department of Energy is responsible for energy policy. Energy sources The department oversees the following energy sources: Petroleum Natural Gas Electricity Coal Renewable & Alternative Fuels Nuclear Energy Efficiency Regulations Programmes & projects The Department of Energy is currently involved with the following programmes and projects: Clean Energy Education and Empowerment Global transition to clean energy Solar Energy Technology Roadmap (SETRM) The SETRM is the investigation of a solar energy technology road map for South Africa, which takes into consideration the draft energy research, development and innovation (ERD&I) strategy drivers which include universal access economic growth, and environmental protection as a framework. The roadmap also highlights key strategic focus areas required, interventions by various role-players and how best South Africa may use its competitive advantage of solar radiation. Energy Efficiency and Environment The National Energy Efficiency Strategy sets the target for improved energy efficiency in South Africa at 12 percent by 2015. Integrated Resource Plan The Integrated Resource Plan in the South African context is not the Energy Plan - it is a National Electricity Plan. It is a subset of the Integrated Energy Plan. Working for Energy The Working for Energy programme aims to develop and implement labour intensive energy related initiatives that will be closely aligned with the “Working for Water” programme. It will focus on interventions aimed at demand-side management and the provision of electricity from biomass-based resources. Solar Water Heating 2009, the Minister of Energy in her budget vote speech stated that: “The Department will ensure that one million solar water heaters (SWHs) are installed in households and commercial buildings over a period of five years.” Energy and Environment Partnership The Energy and Environment Partnership Programme (EEP) with Southern and Eastern Africa aims to promote renewable energy, energy efficiency, and clean technology investments in selected Partner Countries, with the twin expected outcomes of providing sustainable energy services to the poor and simultaneously combating climate change. Renewable Energy Market Transformation The Renewable Energy Market Transformation Project (REMT) is a GEF/World Bank funded project launched to help South Africa eliminate barriers to renewable energy development as it strives to reduce the country’s GHG emissions and reach the renewable energy target of at least 10,000GWh contribution to final energy consumption by 2013. Wind Energy Programmes The objective of the South Africa Wind Energy Programme (SAWEP) is to install and operate 5.2 MW of electricity generated from the Darling Wind Farm National Demonstration Programme and further prepare the development of an additional 45 MW of wind power from Independent Power Producers.
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