World exclusive: Onshore wind in South Africa market summary revealed

A market summary of onshore wind in South Africa has provided an easy to digest insight into the industry.

With no hub of statistics easily accessible the report covers activity in South Africa with valuable insights that analyse the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producers Procurement Programme (REIPPPP).


With charts, graphs and diagrams the market overview pulls together key statistics and compares the renewable energy mix of the country in addition to how they have been allocated over the last few years. It discusses project allocation numbers and how onshore wind has behaved throughout the process, the report quickly summaries the South African activity thus far in a three page summary consisting of graphs and charts for easily digestible information.

Victoria Auckland, Projects Director of Wind Energy Update, creators of the market overview said, "We are delighted to be able to provide a comprehensive insight into onshore wind in South Africa, the information included in the report will act as a summary for those wishing to keep track of activity in the country."

Created in association with Wind Energy Summit South Africa, 9-10 April 2014 which is the most targeted and first commercially dedicated South African wind summit for the community to date. The free market summary is available at the following link: http://goo.gl/mRBUk7

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Notes to editors:
For information on WESSA:
Victoria Auckland, Projects Director,Wind Energy Update
victoria@windenergyupdate.com / +44 (0)207 375 7164

For information on marketing:
Shannon Ellis, Marketing Co-ordinator, Wind Energy Update
sellis@windenergyupdate.com / +44 (0)207 375 7224

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