Socio-economic Development

BENEFICIARIES’ TO-DATE

Jeffreys Bay Wind Farm’s Economic Development Programme has contributed over R20-million during the first 2 years of operations.  An amount of R15-million, has been contributed to a number of social economic beneficiaries. R5-million, has been allocated to the benefit of various local businesses, as part of our enterprise development programme.

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On Eagles Wings Multi-Purpose Centre

The R254 000 donation includes a vehicle for this community centre that offers counseling, education and life skill training to victims of violence. On...
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KwaNomzamo Home Based Care

A R225 000 contribution to this home care facility included the donation of 12 much-needed wheelchairs to community members, bringing independence to previously house-bound...
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The Joshua Project

A contribution of R165 918 to benefit vulnerable children and youth – by assisting in the purchase of land, education equipment. This project actively...
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Audit of Early Childhood Development Centres

R50 000 has been spent to gain insights into early childhood development centres operating within the local communities. In order to get an in-depth...
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Pellsrus Surfing Foundation

R183 290 contributed to help uplift community youth by building their confidence and sporting aptitude. These young surfers are now competing on the international...
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Jbay Recycling Programme

A R70 000 donation towards ‘Turning Trash into Treasure’ reaches over 3000 community children who learn about the value of recycling, saving and the...
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Renewable Energy Schools Awareness Programme

R466 306 contributed to Eastern Cape School learners to learn more about the significance of wind energy and to broaden interest in science. It...
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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.