Renewable Energy (RE) Net-Metering business models play an important role in increasing access to energy. The private sector investments in the RE technologies and business models deem to compensate insufficient investments of the national utilities and to overcome the shortage of electrical energy supply. The Energy Regulation Board (ERB) of Zambia is aiming to unlock a Net-Metering regulation in the country, with a support from the Increased Access to Electricity and Renewable Energy production (IAEREP) project, funded by the European Union.
The ERB and the National Energy Regulator South Africa (NERSA) agreed to organize an international exchange visit to learn about the current net-metering practice in the City of Cape Tow
The programme foresees a hands-on exchange between the representatives of public institutions and private sector (i.e. Prosumer, Developer and Finance). We are kindly asking for your support to link us with relevant individuals in Cape Town with experience as a Prosumer, Developer or a Financier. We hope to find candidates, which are open for such an exchange and interested to share their experience with the “REQUIREMENTS FOR SMALL-SCALE EMBEDDED GENERATION” regulation from the City of Cape Town.
We are looking forward to a call at the end of this week to discuss details of our cooperation and we will be happy to welcome a representative from your organization during this exchange.
Kai W. Schröder
Lead Consultant, Renewable Energy
Enhancement of the Policy, Legal and Regulatory Environment and
Capacity Building for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency;
Increased Access to Electricity and Renewable Energy Production (IAEREP), EU-funded project
Phone: +260 968 825 704