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Department of Energy Electrification Indaba 15-16 March 2012 Presenter: Serutle Ntlatleng Energy Department CITY OF EKURHULENI 1.

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1 Department of Energy Electrification Indaba 15-16 March 2012 Presenter: Serutle Ntlatleng Energy Department CITY OF EKURHULENI 1

2 Content 2 Background Service Delivery Backlogs High Level Budget Overview INEP Funding History and performance 2011/12 - Current Projects 2012/13 – Proposed Projects 2013/14 – Applications to be submitted Challenges Conclusion

3 BACKGROUND 3 TOTAL AREA 2000 KM² TOTAL POPULATION STATS SA 20012,7 mil PROJECTED 20103 mil

4 4 Service Delivery Backlogs Units Cost Electrification120 000 Formal 120 000 Formal Households R2 Billion 165 000 Informal Households 2.8 Billion Network Upgrade-R800 Million Street Lighting16 000 PolesR20 Million High mast Lighting500 MastsR75 Million

5 5 High Level Budget Overview Item2010/20112011/20122012/20132013/2014 CAPEXR327 millionR385 millionR298 millionR263 million

6 INEP Funding History and performance 6 Financial Year2007/20082008/20092009/20102010/20112011/2012 AmountR 4 milR 8 952 000.00R 0.00R 25 milR 100 milR 73 mil StatusComplete N/ACompleteCurrentPlanned 2007-2009 – DoE not happy with EMM performance –Funded projects not completed on time –Lack of communication, process alignment and failure to report 2009/10 – DoE withdrew funding –Intervention by other Metro’s and AMEU –Also EMM introduced new faces to electrification section –Improved communication, reporting and processes 2010/11 – DoE made aware of existing EMM backlog –All funded projects successfully completed –More funding made available to address the huge backlog

7 CURRENT PROJECT – 2011/12 Current ProjectsSTANDSDoE FundingInternal FundingTotal costStatus Esselen Park Ext 2623R 4 547 900.00R 5 420 100.00R 9 968 000.00 100% Complete Eden Park ext 5 Electrification2450R 17 885 000.00R 21 315 000.00R 39 200 000.00 90% Complete Eden Park ext 4 Electrification199R 1 452 700.00R 1 731 300.00R 3 184 000.00 100% Complete Tinasonke Electrification719R 5 248 700.00R 6 255 300.00R 11 504 000.00 100% Complete Palm Ridge Electrification Phase 11799R 13 132 700.00R 15 651 300.00R 28 784 000.00 100% Complete Palm Ridge Electrification Phase 2849R 6 197 700.00R 7 386 300.00R 13 584 000.00 100% Complete Palm Ridge Electrification Phase 3 3131 R 22 856 300.00R 27 239 700.00R 50 096 000.00 95% Complete Winnie Mandela Tswelopele Phase 4140R 1 022 000.00R 1 218 000.00R 2 240 000.00 100% Complete Tswelopele Ext 51200R 8 760 000.00R 10 440 000.00R 19 200 000.00 100% Complete Gelusdal Ext.3 719 R 5 248 700.00R 6 255 300.00R 11 504 000.00100% Complete Chief Albert Luthuli Ext.2267R 1 949 100.00R 2 322 900.00R 4 272 000.00 Contractor Appointed Chief Albert Luthuli Ext.3281R 2 051 300.00R 2 444 700.00R 4 496 000.00 Contractor Appointed Chief Albert Luthuli Ext.5544R 3 971 200.00R 4 732 800.00R 8 704 000.00 Procurement Process Enixiweni121R 883 300.00R 1 052 700.00R 1 936 000.00 100% Complete Edayeni90R 657 000.00R 783 000.00R 1 440 000.00 Contractor Appointed Kwa-thema Ext. 3567R 4 139 100.00R 4 932 900.00R 9 072 000.00 Procurement Process TOTAL13699R 100 002 700.00R 119 181 300.00R 219 184 000.00 More than 80% connections report by end Feb

8 2012/13 Proposed Projects 8 ProjectsSTANDSSubsidy LevelDoE Funding Palm Ridge Electrification Phase 4A 1779 R 10 000/conR 17 790 000.00 Palm Ridge 33/11/6.6kV, 2x20MVA Sub0N/AR 31 292 899 Daveyton 132/11kV, 2x40MVA Sub0 N/AR 23 917 101 TOTAL1779N/AR 73 mil The projects have been submitted to DoE and site inspection is schedules

9 2013/14 Applications 9 20 000 connections/annum will help reduce the backlog Current ProjectsSTANDSDoE FundingInternal FundingTotal costStatus Palm Ridge Electrification Phase 4B2365R 23 650 000.00R 14 190 000.00R 37 840 000.00 Contractors appointed Palm Ridge Electrification Phase 53321R 33 210 000.00R 19 926 000.00R 53 136 000.00Design Stage Palm Ridge Electrification Phase 66372R 63 720 000.00R 38 232 000.00R 101 952 000.00Design Stage Mayfield Ext.11860R 18 600 000.00R 11 160 000.00R 29 760 000.00Design Stage Mayfield Ext.62040R 20 400 000.00R 12 240 000.00R 32 640 000.00Design Stage Mayfield Ext.7800R 8 000 000.00R 4 800 000.00R 12 800 000.00Design Stage Mayfield Ext.81134R 11 340 000.00R 6 804 000.00R 18 144 000.00Design Stage Mayfield Ext.9560R 5 600 000.00R 3 360 000.00R 8 960 000.00Design Stage Mayfield Ext.11318R 3 180 000.00R 1 908 000.00R 5 088 000.00Design Stage Ekuthuleni400R 4 000 000.00R 2 400 000.00R 6 400 000.00Design Stage Chief Albert Luthuli Ext.63983R 39 830 000.00R 23 898 000.00R 63 728 000.00Design Stage Kwa-Thema Ext 5 *** R 0.00 Feasibility Langaville Ext 10 *** R 0.00 Feasibility Esselen Park Ext *** R 0.00 Feasibility Vila Lisa Ext *** R 0.00 Feasibility John Dube Village R 0.00 Feasibility Clayville Ext 452196R 21 960 000.00R 13 176 000.00R 35 136 000.00BNG Windmill Park Ext 16-202000R 20 000 000.00R 12 000 000.00R 32 000 000.00BNG TOTAL27349R 273 490 000.00R 210 587 300.00R 437 584 000.00

10 Challenges – Municipal Level Finance department can only allow DORA approved projects to be initiated for implementation The growing backlog of formal townships without access to electricity due to high rate of formalisation The growing backlog of informal settlements due to high rate of urbanisation The growing backlog of infrastructure maintenance and upgrading due to aging networks and demand Illegal connections causing network failures due to overloading High levels of theft and damage to infrastructure put pressure on already stretched resources

11 Challenges – DoE Level Bare minimum specification compromising the quality of service Designs for pure overhead systems vs. underground & high-breed systems 20Apms supply vs. 40/60Amps supply Revenue enhancement initiatives e.g. split metering, protective boxes, etc. Policy constraints e.g. 80% occupation, relocation of services Electrification of informal settlement Funding levels, both cost/conn and INEP allocation Reporting requirements i.e. MM Signature, Social Indexes Short notice for approved projects on DORA

12 Conclusion EMM had performance challenges on the INEP Indication are that performance on INEP is improving Good communication and reporting are key for the success of the municipality on the INEP The municipality is faced with a huge backlog and requires special intervention from DoE EMM is committed to work closely with DoE in eradicating the electrification backlog.

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