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1 DOE Workshop Business Opportunities Available in Energy Sector 31August 2012 Act. Change. Power.

2 Energy is everywhere. Cennergi aims to be the leading cleaner energy producer in Southern Africa. 2 Our VISION is to become the leading cleaner energy Independent Power Producer in Southern Africa, serving an expanding energy market We endeavor to win a significant share of a planned 16 GW by 2025 in Southern Africa

3 Generation mix. 3 Renewables 45% Coal 15% Aspirational target of of grid emission factor Aspirational target of of grid emission factor

4 Company formation. 4 2 nd March 2012: 50:50 joint venture between Exxaro and Tata Power creates Cennergi (Pty) Limited +=+=+=+= Created by companies from developing nations to serve developing nations Play a key role in the African electricity generation market Focus on the investigation of feasibility, development, ownership, operation, maintenance, acquisition and management of electricity generation The initial project pipeline focuses on renewable energy projects in South Africa and Cennergi’ s strategy is to create a balanced portfolio of generation assets

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6 Launched by SA Government’s Department of Energy –3 August 2011 Programme objectives: –Job creation –Entrepreneurial development and support –Education and development of skills –Socio-economic development through support of community programmes –Community participation through equity shareholding in the wind project Programme was designed to: –Procure 3725MW of renewable energy through 5 bidding windows (November 2011 – March 2013) –Start and stimulate the renewable energy industry in South Africa South Africa’s IPP procurement programme.

7 21st May 2012: Cennergi was awarded preferred bidder status for 2 wind farm projects Cennergi- preferred bidder status. 7 Tsitsikamma 95MW 75% Cennergi 16% Watt Energy 9% Trust Bedford 139MW 95% Cennergi 5% Trusts Tsistikamma Community Wind Farm Amakhala Emoyeni Wind Farm

8 Tsitsikamma Community wind farm. Technology: Onshore Wind Capacity: 95MW (31 wind turbines) Location: Portions 3-9 of Wittekleibosch Farm 787, Tsitsikamma Region, Eastern Cape Substation: Melkhout (via Dieprivier) Project Structure: 75% Cennergi (Pty) Ltd, 16% Watt Energy 9% Tsitsikamma Community Trust EPC and O&M Contractor: Vestas Southern Africa MLA: Nedbank Limited Committed to spending 1.5% of its revenue on socio-economic development and 0.6% on enterprise development Tsistikamma

9 Amakhala Emoyeni wind farm. Technology: Onshore Wind Capacity: 139MW (66 x 2.1MW turbines) Location: Blue Crane Route District Municipality of the Eastern Cape Province Substation: Kopleegte switching station (132kV) and Poseidon (400kV) Project Structure: 95% Cennergi (Pty) Ltd, 5% Community Trusts EPC and O&M Contractor: Suzlon Wind Energy South Africa (Pty) Ltd MLA: Standard Bank of South Africa Committed to spending 1.5% of its revenue on socio-economic development and 0.6% on enterprise development Amakhala Emoyeni

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11 Tsitsikamma Wind Farm Construction Period Total Construction Period Civil Works Electrical Works Delivery Installation Commissioning Total Construction period approx. 20 months 22 February 2013

12 Construction Period: Local Business Jobs to be sourced from the local community Transport, Crane, Installation Civil WorksElectrical Works -Equipment rental (forklifts, trailers, cranes) -Safety gear -Material supply (concrete, rebar, piping, earthing, etc.) -Equipment Supply -Fencing -Engineering -Equipment Rental (Drilling rigs, earth movers, cars, trucks) -Temporary offices/ accommodation -safety gear -security during construction -accommodation, restaurants -equipment supply (cables, substation equipment, switchgear, transformers, etc.) -Engineering -safety gear -security during construction -accommodation, restaurants -Fencing

13 Construction Period: Jobs Jobs to be sourced from the local community Transport, Crane, Installation Civil WorksElectrical Works -General Labour -Transport assistants (eyes on the ground) -Flagmen -Assistant Riggers -Forklift drivers -Security -Clerk (administration -Cleaners // House Keeping -General Labour -Pipe-laying -Trench backfilling -Foundation base preparations -Steel fixing -Erect & Strip Formwork -Pouring of concrete -General Labour -Trenching and backfilling -Excavate -Bolt structures -Pull cables -Messengers -Cleaners -Security -Making good – cleaning, removing rubble, etc -Any other unskilled work

14 Cennergi’s Business Principles Sustainable Communities Model Cennergi’s Growth Strategy (MW capacity growth) Regional GrowthOfftakerTechnology Cennergi’s Vision, Mission and Values Financial Capital Manufactured Capital Human Capital Social Capital Natural Capital Superior returns Community ownership Local financial benefit Energy Impact Fund Quality funding Superior returns Community ownership Local financial benefit Energy Impact Fund Quality funding Energy and supporting infrastructure Support local manufacturing Energy and supporting infrastructure Support local manufacturing Representative workforce Training programmes Fair and transparent Safe and healthy Representative workforce Training programmes Fair and transparent Safe and healthy Understand community needs Energy solutions Respect Building trust Understand community needs Energy solutions Respect Building trust GEF < Regional Minimise impact of operations and office Responsible, efficient resource use GEF < Regional Minimise impact of operations and office Responsible, efficient resource use Global Objectives: MDG, UNGC Regional Objectives: NEPAD National Objectives e.g. National Growth Plan Thriving Financially Equitable Thriving Financially Equitable Equipped to contribute Fair labour practices Equipped to contribute Fair labour practices Well Run Well Served Fair for everyone Active, inclusive and safe Well Run Well Served Fair for everyone Active, inclusive and safe Well Connected Adequate utilities Well designed and built Well Connected Adequate utilities Well designed and built Environmentally Sensitive Sustainable Communities

15 With expertise, resolve and resources we strive to create benefit for all Cennergi, making a positive difference in the communities we work with Social and Economic Development. People Economy Environment Shareholders

16 Energy is everywhere. Cennergi aims to be the leading cleaner energy producer in Southern Africa. Thank you. 16


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