DIVISIONS AND INTEREST GROUPS

Our Divisions

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Thermal Insulation Products & Systems Association SA is a non-profit company that consists of manufacturers, suppliers, contractors and consultants in the South African Thermal Insulation Industry.

The association has been formed to assist with the promotion, selection, specification and installation of thermal insulation products and systems and to combat the usage of cheap substandard unsafe products and practices.

The Association is an industry initiative with the following principle objectives:

  • To promote the usage of thermal insulation
  • To comply with the South African National Building Regulations
  • To co-operate with all entities who have congruent objectives, notably the National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications (NRCS) and the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS)
  • To disseminate information to Consumers and Professionals
  • To promote socially responsible behaviour through our Code of Ethics.

The Southern African Youth in Energy Sector (SAYES) is your source for info & networking for our up and coming Energy Professionals in the dynamic fields of energy engineering, energy management, renewables, power generation, energy services, sustainability, and related areas.

SAYES was established to become the local representative networking group for the youth to drive change in previously disadvantaged communities.

The AEE chapter and team in South Africa embarked on its third round of the Energy Skills Programme for Youth, developing learners from previously disadvantaged backgrounds within the energy industry. The project funded by the Limpopo Economic Development, Environment and Tourism (LEDET) Department was setup to develop learners towards the Certified Energy Auditor (CEA) AEE program, and as a basis, tests and exams are aligned to South African qualification modules to prepare them for the international examination.

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The Energy Services Companies Association of Southern African (EASA), division of The Southern African Energy Efficiency Confederation (SAEEC), promotes the interests of members by:

– Advocating for the adoption of Industry Best Practices in energy efficiency, energy management and renewable energy.

– Providing support for Capacity Building and Development of local energy services companies.

– Stimulate the growth of our industry through development of New Markets for energy efficiency services.

– Collaborate with Public and Private Sector to address national energy efficiency priorities.

BOARD MEMBERS

President: Dhevan Pillay

Vice President: Silas Zimu

Treasurer: Frikkie Malan

Andre Nortje

Khulekani Nxumalo

Nkosinathi Hlophe

Sula Ntsaluba

Mitesh Bhawan

Kgauwe Daphney Mothapo

Interest Groups

The Southern African Females in Energy Efficiency is a platform established by the SAEEC for operations driven by women in the South African energy industry.

The Southern African Females in Energy Efficiency (SAFEE), a division of the Southern African Association for Energy Efficiency (SAEE), would like to take this opportunity to invite your organisation to co-host mentorship breakfasts for university female students in the energy sector.

OVERVIEW ON SOUTHERN AFRICAN ENERGY EFFICIENCY (SAEE)

Founded in 2002, the SAEE is a non-profit coordinating body for energy efficiency in Southern Africa. The SAEE’s work encompasses an umbrella focus towards the continuous, efficient use of energy to support the viability and sustainability of a healthy energy mix and energy efficient businesses.

The SAEE’s focus is growth, while enhancing business sustainability, with a specific focus on energy usage. Therefore, the primary concern is to establish the following foundation within Southern Africa:

  • Professionalism
  • Credibility
  • Quality Assurance
  • Accreditation and Certification
  • Education, Skills and Knowledge-Sharing

The SAEE aims to maintain its status as the number one networking organisation in Energy Efficiency in South Africa.  The SAEE is guided by the Board of the SAEE, boasting over 100 years combined experience within the energy engineering and energy efficiency industry.

The SAEE consists of various groups, such as the Measurement and Verification Council for South Africa (MVCSA), Females in Energy Efficiency (SAFEE), and Energy Services Companies (ESCOs). The SAEE is also a proud member of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) in the USA.

OVERVIEW ON SOUTHERN AFRICAN FEMALES IN ENERGY EFFICIENCY (SAFEE)

SAFEE Vision

  • Establish a large representation of females playing an influential role in the Energy Management sector.

SAFEE Mission:

  • Promote and expose more females to the Energy Management field
  • Offer these women coaching & mentoring
  • Create a platform for females in Energy Management to support each other and exchange information

Be a representative voice for women in the sector through advocacy and influence in support of the SAEE vision

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Mission and vision

The mission of the Measurement and Verification Community of South Africa (MVCSA) is to establish an impartial Measurement and Verification (M&V) organisation to benefit, govern and guide M&V professionals and to protect and advance the interests of all M&V stakeholders.

 

To this end the MVCSA undertakes the following objectives and functions:

  1. Function as a membership organisation for M&V professionals;
  2. Be the preferred representative body for M&V professionals in South Africa;
  3. Facilitate investigative and disciplinary processes against members who do, or did not, adhere to the MVCSA Code of Conduct and good universally acceptable M&V practices;
  4. Work and contribute towards ensuring the sustainability, credibility and viability of services to the industry and public;
  5. To uphold the MVCSA’s status in the industry through representation regarding the relevant national and international M&V standards, regulatory, qualifications, and participation in other relevant conferences and workshops; and,
  6. Assist with the establishment, evaluation, accreditation and regulating proper training for participants to uphold M&V as a recognised profession.

Get in touch:

Contact MVCSA Committee Secretary: Thieda Ferreira secgen@saeeconfed.org.za

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+27 (0) 82 342 6955

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