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  1. Renewable Energy Power Generation : 1st Year of Possible Grid Connection in SA Teri Kruger ∙ DirectorStakeholder Relations ∙ juwi RenewableEnergies (Pty) Ltd ∙ 16.08.2012

  2. Content • WeMakeitHappen • Juwi At-a-glance • OurBusiness Activities • The RenewableEnergy Market • RE IPP Programme • Overview • Analysis of MW allocation (1&2) • Bidding Price Differential (1&2) • LeadingtheWay • We Live ourIdeas • 110% Green Campaignforthe Next Generation

  3. juwi at a Glance • Company structure • Founded in 1996 by Fred Jung and Matthias Willenbacher (juwi), pioneers for renewable energies with agricultural roots • juwi Holding AG is an owner-managed group of companies and not listed on the stock exchange • Employees • > 1,800 employees (worldwide) • Revenues • around 1.0 billion Euro in 2011 • Total capacity • around 2,400 megawatt (> 2,000 plants) • Annual energy output • around 4.5 billion kilowatt-hours • corresponds to the annual power demand of around 1.3 million households • Investment volume (since 1996) • around 5 billion Euro juwi headquarters in Wörrstadt

  4. OurBusiness Activities: from Site SelectiontoEnergyProduction • Securing economic efficiency: With precise projects we help our partners to get ready for the future. • We strengthen regional economic power – on a long term basis! • Goal-oriented integration: We can make use of and combine all types of renewable energy. We combine the interests of all those involved! • Providing independence: Our decentralized solutions provide independence for communities, industrial businesses and individuals. We can react with great flexibility, because we are owner-managed! Consulting & Acquisition Planning Development Financing & Sales Construction Management

  5. International Offices, Project Locations and New Markets • Western Europe • Germany, France, Great Britain • (In cooperation: Switzerland) • Southern Europe • Italy, Spain, Greece • Eastern Europe • Czech Republic, Poland, Bulgaria • Americas • USA/Canada, Costa Rica, Chile • Asia • India, Singapore • Africa • South Africa

  6. The RenewableEnergy Market • Potential of renewable energies • The annual supply of renewable energy sources significantly surpasses the world’s energy needs. • Technology is already so far advanced that the world’s energy demand can be met by renewable energy sources within the next 30 years.

  7. The RenewableEnergy Market • Structure of global energy consumption • Renewable energies already provided 16% of global energy production in 2010. • At 62.5%, traditional biomass provided the largest part of all renewable energy produced. • The development of wind and solar energy is growing rapidly.

  8. $395 billion by 2020 • Bloomberg New Energy Finance predicts in a November 2001 report, • Global Renewable Energy Market Outlook, • that global investment in renewable energy infrastructure will double over the next decade and throughout the 2020s, reaching $460 billion by 2030. Africa is among the markets where the desk envisions above-average growth

  9. Under-supply cost to the SA economy • SA's electricity crisis costs the country R120 billion in a single year, or about 5% of GDP, according to Free Market Foundation executive • Source:BusinessLiveElectricity crisis 'costs SA R120bn a year'BusinessLive, 09 June, 2011director Leon Louw.

  10. RE IPPP FiguresandAllocations

  11. The RE Independent Power Producer Programme (REIPPP) Overview • REIPPP was created to realise the 3 725MW target set by the Integrated Resource Plan 2010 • Contributes towards the socio-economic & environmental goals • Procurement takes place over 5 rounds subject to available MW’s • Allocation across a range of qualifying technologies • Onshore wind; CSP; Solar PV; Biomass; Landfill Gas & Small Hydro • 100MW has been ring-fenced for Small Projects – under 5MW • Renewable Energy Feed-In Tarrif (REFIT) was maximum price cap

  12. PPC-Energy: Update on Window 1 RE-IPP Procurement Programme.

  13. PPC-Energy: Update on Window 1 RE-IPP Procurement Programme.

  14. Window two Preferred Bidders’ announcement 21 May 2012

  15. PPC-Energy: Update on Window 1 RE-IPP Procurement Programme.

  16. We Live ourIdeas

  17. Energy Mix Components – Wind EnergyEnercon E-126 Schneebergerhof, Germany

  18. Regional Value Creation in theMorbach EnergyLandscape • Morbach Energy Landscape • 14 wind turbines(two megawatts each) • Free-field PV systems (around 2,000 kW) • Roof-top PV system (approx. 30 kW) • Biogas power plant (500 kWelectrical) • Wood pellet production facility • Wood-based heating plant • Tourist hotspot: more than 30,000 visitors from more than 60 countries since 2002 A mix of different energyforms in Morbach

  19. Red Cross Children‘s Hospital Project • Ourcontributionacknowledged in • Premier Zille‘s 110% Green Campaign

  20. Our Research Parameters

  21. Thank You Very Much for Your Attention! Contact: Teri Kruger juwi RenewableEnergies (Pty Ltd 22nd Floor, Met Life Building, 22 CoenSteytler Ave, Cape Town Tel. +27. (0)21. 831-6112 kruger@juwi.co.za www.juwi.co.za

  22. We Live ourIdeas • Awards • German Solar Award 2007 • ClimateProtectionPrize 2008 • Greentech Manager 2009 • Entrepreneurofthe Year 2009 • Clean Tech Media Award 2009 • Top rankings by "Great Place to Work" in 2010, 2011 and 2012 • Gold medal 2011 forcarbon-neutral operatingcompaniesawardedby Green Company Association