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), an Interest Group of the Southern African Energy Efficiency Confederation (SAEEC).
29 August 2022 – Women’s Month Webinar
28-29 September 2022 – Annual Conference
28 September 2022 – SAFEE Networking Event
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OVERVIEW ON SAEEC
Founded in 2002, the SAEEC is a non-profit coordinating body for energy efficiency in Southern Africa. The SAEEC’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 SAEEC’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:
- Quality Assurance
- Accreditation and Certification
- Education, Skills and Knowledge-Sharing
The SAEEC aims to maintain its status as the number one networking organisation in Energy Efficiency in South Africa. The SAEEC is guided by the Board of the SAEEC, boasting over 100 years combined experience within the energy engineering and energy efficiency industry.
The SAEEC 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)
- Establish a large representation of females playing an influential role in the Energy Management sector.
- 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
- Coretta Mohale (Chairperson)
- Ashanti Mbanga (Vice Chairperson)
- Milisha Pillay (Finances)
- Devaksha Maharaj
- Lesego Geagane
- Lisa Reynolds
- Nandipha Ntsaluba
- Winnie Mamatsharanga