Energy Efficiency and Large South African Commercial Businesses

Quick Wins where High Electricity Tariffs can Negatively Affect Profit Margins


The research service highlights energy efficiency in the South African commercial sector, with a focus on large commercial businesses. The research service discusses the major drivers as well as major restraints the commercial sector faces when implementing energy efficiency projects. The study also outlines potential energy savings as well as current savings to date from energy efficiency initiatives that have been implemented. The research service discusses the focus areas for maximising energy savings for large commercial businesses in South Africa and the key success factors associated with implementing successful energy efficiency projects.

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Table of Contents

Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary (continued)Market OverviewMarket Overview—The Importance of Energy Efficiency in South AfricaMarket Overview—The Importance of Energy Efficiency in South Africa (continued)Market Overview—Energy Use in South AfricaMarket Overview—Energy Efficiency Initiatives in South AfricaMarket Overview—Energy Efficiency Initiatives in South Africa (continued)Market Overview—Energy Efficiency Initiatives in South Africa (continued)Market Overview—Energy Efficiency in the Commercial SectorMarket Overview—Energy Efficiency in the Commercial Sector (continued)Market Overview—Energy Efficiency in the Commercial Sector (continued)Market Overview—Energy Efficiency in the Commercial Sector (continued)Market Overview—StakeholdersMarket Overview—Key Questions This Study Will AnswerExternal Challenges: Drivers and Restraints—Energy Efficiency and Large Commercial BusinessesDrivers and RestraintsDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Restraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Potential Savings, Savings to Date, and Funding ModelsPotential SavingsSavings to DateSavings to Date (continued)Funding ModelsFunding Models (continued)Large Commercial Business Key Implementation AreasKey Implementation Areas—IntroductionKey Implementation Areas—HVACKey Implementation Areas—HVAC (continued)Key Implementation Areas—HVAC (continued)Key Implementation Areas—HVAC (continued)Key Implementation Areas—HVAC (continued)Key Implementation Areas—LightingKey Energy Savings Areas—Lighting (continued)Key Implementation Areas—Lighting (continued)Key Implementation Areas—Lighting (continued)Key Implementation Areas—Lighting (continued)Key Implementation Areas—Efficient Water HeatingKey Implementation Areas—Building Management and MaintenanceCompany Profiles—Energy Efficiency InitiativesCompany Profiles—Energy Efficiency InitiativesCompany Profiles—Energy Efficiency InitiativesCompany Profiles—Energy Efficiency Initiatives (continued)Company Profiles—Energy Efficiency Initiatives (continued)Company Profiles—Energy Efficiency Initiatives (continued)Company Profiles—Energy Efficiency Initiatives (continued)Company Profiles—Energy Efficiency Initiatives (continued)Company Profiles—Energy Efficiency Initiatives (continued)Company Profiles—Energy Efficiency Initiatives (continued)Company Profiles—Energy Efficiency Initiatives (continued)Company Profiles—Energy Efficiency Initiatives (continued)Company Profiles—Energy Efficiency Initiatives (continued)Company Profiles—Energy Efficiency Initiatives (continued)Key Success FactorsKey Success FactorsKey Success Factors (continued)The Last WordThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyAdditional Sources of Information on Energy in South AfricaLearn More—Next Steps




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