The Southern African Association for Energy Efficiency (SAEE) is one of 82 chapters of the American Association of Energy Engineers (AEE). The SAEE supports the AEE’s mission to promote the scientific and educational interests of those engaged in the energy industry and to foster action for sustainable development. The SAEE is committed to increase energy efficiency awareness in its region by encompassing the dynamic fields of energy engineering and energy management, renewable and alternative energy, power generation, energy services, sustainability, and all related areas.


SAEE News



24 August 2016

Through our Awards Programs, SAEE shines the light on the important work that is being done in energy by individuals, organisations, government, agencies, and corporations
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24 August 2016

The Southern African Association for Energy Efficiency (SAEE), in cooperation with sponsoring companies, award scholarships of R20 000 to students with an excellent academic record in previous years of study.
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10 August 2016

A message from the SAEE President Mr Karel Steyn...
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Convention News



22 August 2016

Not only did Caster Semenya do South Africa proud by winning a gold medal at the Olympics, she also excelled with this wonderful achievement while South Africans are celebrating Women’s Month.
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19 August 2016

The Southern African Energy Efficiency Convention (SAEEC) has won The American Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)’s award for the best Conference and Expo internationally.
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28 June 2016

The Emperors Palace PV plant is large and quite possibly the largest rooftop PV plant for a hotel and entertainment/gaming site in South Africa, if not the Southern Hemisphere.
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Green Hour



31 December 2016

Green Hour Podcasts
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05 August 2016

Waterwise: Agriculture gets innovative amid crippling drought WITH eight of South Africa’s nine provinces declared drought disaster areas, the agricultural sector and other water-intensive industries are incorporating clever water conservation solut
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05 August 2016

IPP program necessary to spur growth in SA Eskom chief executive Brian Molefe, in his hallmark bravado style, has thrown into question the effectiveness of renewables as a panacea to our energy requirements as a developing nation, punching holes in
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The SAEE is a proud chapter of the AEE.