Residential Energy Efficiency in South Africa

Residential Energy Efficiency in South Africa

Governmental Support and Incentives are Key to Promote the Use of Energy Efficient Technology

RELEASE DATE
05-Sep-2014
REGION
Africa
Research Code: M94A-01-00-00-00
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Energy efficiency represents an economically attractive option of managing power demand via interventions across all sectors. Although the South African government has made important strides in implementing energy-efficiency initiatives, the country’s energy-efficiency landscape is still in its infancy stage. This research service focuses on the current use of energy-efficient technology devices in the residential sector in South Africa and how the uptake of this technology can be stimulated. Research was carried out by leveraging our existing in-house market knowledge, reviewing publicly available secondary data sources, and by conducting interviews with key market participants. The base year is 2012 and the forecast period is from 2013 to 2019.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

CEO’s Perspective

South Africa Fact Sheet

Research Scope

Research Scope (continued)

Research Methodology

Focus Technology Selection Explained

Focus Technology Selection Explained (continued)

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

Electricity Consumption by Sector

Current Energy Efficiency Landscape

Energy Efficient Technology and Related Efficiency Gains

Energy Efficient Technology and Related Efficiency Gains (continued)

Energy Efficient Technology Uptake Dynamics—Challenges, Drivers, and Restraints Definitions

Energy Efficient Technology Uptake Challenges

Challenges Explained

Energy Efficient Technology Uptake Drivers and Restraints

Energy Efficient Technology Uptake Drivers

Drivers Explained

Drivers Explained (continued)

Drivers Explained (continued)

Energy Efficient Technology Uptake Restraints

Restraints Explained

Restraints Explained (continued)

Energy Efficiency Legislation

Energy Efficiency Legislation (continued)

Energy Efficiency Stakeholders

Energy Efficiency Stakeholders (continued)

Energy Efficiency Stakeholders (continued)

Energy Efficiency Stakeholders (continued)

Energy Efficiency Stakeholders (continued)

Current Government Initiatives

Current Government Initiatives (continued)

Planned Government Initiatives

Planned Government Initiatives (continued)

Planned Government Initiatives (continued)

Energy Efficiency Policies and Governance

Energy Efficiency Policies and Governance (continued)

Energy Efficiency Policies and Governance (continued)

Successfully Implemented Policies in Select Countries

Key Supporting Mechanisms in Select Countries

United States—Energy Efficiency Policies

United States—Product Categories

United States—Energy Savings

Australia—Energy Efficiency Policies

Australia—Key Products

Australia—Energy Savings (continued)

Spain—Energy Efficient Policies

Spain—Energy Savings and Benefit to the Economy

South Korea—Energy Efficiency Policies

South Korea—Energy Efficiency Policies (continued)

South Korea—Energy Efficiency Policies (continued)

South Korea—Product Categories

South Korea—Product Categories (continued)

South Korea—Product Categories (continued)

South Korea—Energy Savings

South Korea—Energy Savings (continued)

South Korea—Energy Savings (continued)

South Korea—Energy Savings (continued)

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Energy efficiency represents an economically attractive option of managing power demand via interventions across all sectors. Although the South African government has made important strides in implementing energy-efficiency initiatives, the countrys energy-efficiency landscape is still in its infancy stage. This research service focuses on the current use of energy-efficient technology devices in the residential sector in South Africa and how the uptake of this technology can be stimulated. Research was carried out by leveraging our existing in-house market knowledge, reviewing publicly available secondary data sources, and by conducting interviews with key market participants. The base year is 2012 and the forecast period is from 2013 to 2019.
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No Index Yes
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Author Muneera Salie
Industries Energy
WIP Number M94A-01-00-00-00
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