Community Trust

Six percentage of the Jeffreys Bay Wind Farm is owned by Amandla Omoya Trust which is significantly higher that the government’s minimum threshold of 2,5% local ownership.

Amandla-Omoya_ Trust - Community Trust article imageThe name of the trust literally translated means ‘the power of the wind’.

To finance its share of the cost of constructing the project, the trust secured a loan from the Development Bank of South Africa (DBSA). The loan will be repaid through the shareholder dividends generated by the project and once repaid the trust will use its share of the dividends to benefit the local community.

Call for nomination of trustees

Monday 17/02/2014

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Tuesday 18/02/2014

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Wednesday 19/02/2014

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Thursday 20/02/2014

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Friday 21/02/2014

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Majority shareholder, Globeleq is jointly managing the construction of Jeffreys Bay Wind Farm and will play a key role as the management company during operations.