The Sustainable Energy and Climate Change Project seek a just transition to renewable energy and a low-carbon economy. The SECCP works to promote local and global environmental and social justice on sustainable energy and climate change issues, by changing policies and behaviour through building the awareness and capacity of civil society and government, to achieve an equitable future with respect for all. The SECCP is a campaign within Earthlife Africa Jhb.

February 25, 2009

SUSTAINABLE ENERGY NEWS on EMAIL (SENSE) No: 54, Feb. 2009

SUSTAINABLE ENERGY NEWS on EMAIL (SENSE) Number 54: Feb. 2009 ——————————————————————————————————- Welcome! SENSE is a service of the Sustainable Energy and Climate Change Project (SECCP) of […]
January 14, 2009

NERSA’s Flawed Feed-In Tariff Proposal?

NERSA sent out its proposal for a feed-in tariff (REFIT) on the 15th of Dec. 2008 and placed a deadline for comment by the 15th of […]
December 4, 2008

Sustainable Energy Briefing 17: Renewable Energy Costs

With Eskom negotiating with the World Bank for a US$5 billion dollar loan to finance a part of its planned R1 trillion expansion plan, there is […]
December 2, 2008

SUSTAINABLE ENERGY NEWS on EMAIL (SENSE) Number 53: Nov. 2008

Welcome! SENSE is a service of the Energy Policy Unit of the Sustainable Energy and Climate Change Project (SECCP) of Earthlife Africa Johannesburg (ELA Jhb). SENSE […]
November 4, 2008

Press Release: March for Free Basic and Clean Electricity

On Thursday the 30th of October 2008, Earthlife Africa Jhb and the Anti-Privatisation Forum will be marching on the Department of Minerals & Energy, Eskom, and the City of Johannesburg. Communities across Gauteng are protesting to demand a decent, meaningful Free Basic Allocation of electricity and for increased generation of electricity from renewable resources. On Thursday the 30th of October 2008, Earthlife Africa Jhb and the Anti-Privatisation Forum will be marching on the Department of Minerals & Energy, Eskom, and the City of Johannesburg. Communities across Gauteng are protesting to demand a decent, meaningful Free Basic Allocation of electricity and for increased generation of electricity from renewable resources. [...}
October 30, 2008

Press Release: Disappointment in Manuel’s Delay of 2c/kWh Levy on Fossil Fuel Power Generation

Press Release: Disappointment in Manuel’s Delay of 2c/kWh Levy on Fossil Fuel Power Generation Earthlife Africa Jhb 22nd of October 2008 Earthlife Africa Jhb is disappointed […]
September 5, 2008

Press Release: New Research Shows Renewable Energy is the Least-Cost Option

Earthlife Africa Jhb 5th of Sept. 2008 Earthlife Africa Jhb extends an invitation to a public lecture on the potential of Renewable Energy in South Africa. […]
July 31, 2008

Sustainable Energy Briefing: National Energy Bill, July 2008

SE Briefing 16: The long awaited National Energy Bill is currently in front of Parliament, with written submissions due by 18th of July 2008 and verbal […]
July 30, 2008

Press Release: National Energy Bill

Earthlife Africa Jhb 30th of July 2008 Today and tomorrow, the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Minerals and Energy will be hearing verbal submissions on the National […]