Construction of a new northern substation and associated works, as part of the reconstruction, deepening and lengthening of berths 203 to 205, at Durban Container Terminal (DCT) in KwaZulu-Natal. Approximate GPS Coordinates: -29.894811, 31.013514. Estimated project value: R92 762 578.80.
Construction of a 25M biomass-to-power plant, known as Ngodwana Biomass Power Project, located at Sappi's Ngodwana mill, outside Nelspruit in the Mpumalanga Province. This forms part of the Window 4 of the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement REIPPP programme. GPS marker has been placed
Construction of a grid connected 10MW solar power plant in Newcastle, or the surrounding areas in the province of KwaZulu-Natal. CIDB 8: R 40 Million - R 130 Million. The estimated area of location could be in Newcastle: -27.678943, 29.964556
Construction of a 40 MW photovoltaic solar power plant at Gold Fields South Deep gold mine, located in the Witwatersrand Basin, near Westonaria 50km south-west of Johannesburg, Gauteng. GPS coordinates lat: -26.41613519861477; long: 27.662405932961992. The estimated capital investment for the plant is
Construction of a 142MW wind farm in Oyster Bay, Eastern Cape Province. This forms part of the fourth bid window under South Africa’s Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (REIPPPP). The exact co-ordinates are currently not available however the approximate area of location
Construction of a wind energy facility established on Portion 301 of Farm Bontrug, Brak River SW 224 and Grassridge 228, Eastern Cape and is expected to create a total footprint of 19 ha. This will include 26 turbines with a maximum output of 87 Mega Watts, an overhead power line (132kV distribution
Construction of the Halfgewonnen Solar Photovoltaic Facilities on Portions 7, 8, 9 and 16 of the Farm Halfgewonnen 190 IS in Mpumalanga Province. The facility will generate approximately 80MW and will consist of 2 components - Halfgewonnen Solar PV 1 will generate approximately 20MW for initial use by
Construction of fifteen turbines, with a potential power output of forty MW along with concrete foundations to support the wind towers, approximately 3.5 meter wide internal access roads to each turbine and underground cables connecting each turbine to the other and to the substation, a small building
Construction of the Great Kei Wind Energy Facility in the Eastern Cape Province. Expected to host up to 37 wind turbines, each with an expected nominal power output of between 2 and 3.3 Mega Watts (MW). The potential total output of the renewable energy facility is anticipated to be a maximum of 140
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