INVITATION: WORKSHOP ON DRAFT IRP 2018 FOR ELECTRICITY
EE Publishers, SAPVIA, SAREC, SAESA, SAIEE and other interested and relevant industry associations and professional institutes are hosting and facilitating an open workshop on the Draft Integrated Resource Plan IRP 2018 for electricity on 5 October. The workshop will assist stakeholders and participants in understanding, preparing, formalising and making input to Draft IRP 2018, which is open for public comment and response for a period of 60 days until Friday 26 October 2018, i.e. 60 days from 27 August 2018.
Date: 5 October 2018
Time: 08h00 for 09h00 to 13h00 with a light networking lunch thereafter till 14h00
Venue: Axiz Auditorium, International Business Gateway, c/o New Rd & 6th St, Midrand
Cost: R150 per person, payable at the door, to cover teas, lunch and refreshments.
08h00 to 09h00: Registration, tea, coffee
09h00 to 09h30: Welcome and introduction
09h30 to 09h40: Presentation 1
09h40 to 09h50: Presentation 2
09h50 to 10h00: Presentation 3
10h00 to 10h10: Presentation 4
10h10 to 10h20: Presentation 5
10h20 to 10h30: Presentation 6
10h30 to 11h00: Tea break
11h00 to 12h30: Workshop and audience interaction
12h30 to 12h50: Summing up
12h50 to 13h00: Thanks and conclusion
13h00 to 14h00: Light lunch and refreshments
An Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) is a rational, mechanistic, techno-economic planning process that determines the optimal mix of generation technologies and capacities, at least cost to the economy, necessary to meet the projected demand for electricity in the years ahead, with defined reliability and security of supply.
In addition to considering the least cost scenario, an IRP also considers a number of additional scenarios to meet various government policy and socio-economic requirements and constraints. Such constraints may include: annual limits on new build for various generation technologies based on the industry capacity to deliver; meeting carbon emission reduction commitments; meeting applicable environmental laws and regulations; minimisation of water usage; maximisation of job creation; etc.
The various additional “constrained” scenarios detailed above are each costed to enable government and the public to understand the additional cost, over and above the least cost scenario, so as to enable a proper cost-benefit evaluation of the various constraints or policy adjustments applied in the various scenarios modelled. and other policy interventions.
Register online here to attend the IRP 2018 Workshop
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