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08/10/2012: Launch of Solar Water Heating Programme by City Power
08 October 2012

This October, the City of Joburg and City Power officially launch its flagship programme; The Solar Water Heater Programme (SWHP) which will benefit both City Power and its Customers through cost reduction and various other advantages.

The overall project scope entails the supply, delivery and installation of solar geysers for 110,000 houses over 3 years-This represents 10% of the national target of installing 1 million solar geysers by 2014. The project is targeted at poor and low income households further creating 20 000 job opportunities and economic development opportunities.

The programme will officially be launched on Tuesday 09 October at 11am, at the Lehae playground in Lenasia.

Themed “100 Thousand Solar Water Heater Revolution Save Energy, Save Water” the day will see an estimated 1000 guests made up of Government Officials, Invited Honorary guests as well as community members witnessing the Executive Mayor, Cllr. Parks Tau, officiating at this significant occasion, which is in line with the Joburg 2040 - Growth and Development Strategy (GDS),the city’s long-term vision and growth path for the next 30 years.

The programme of the day, directed by newsman, Vuyo Mbuli includes an Executive Mayoral Walk-about and Project Visit, various entertainment acts as well as an official closing DJ send off.

The City of Johannesburg continues to strive for a World Class African City and its response to the challenges of climate change and variability has positioned is as being among other global leaders in the field of climate protection, planning and established it as the ‘Climate Capital’ of South Africa.

For more information, contact City Power on:
011 – 490 7484
www.citypower.co.za

Nthatisi Modingoane
Deputy Director: Communications
CITY OF JOHANNESBURG
Tel: 011 407 7354
Cell: 082 467 9228
Fax: 011 403 3494

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