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1 2010 Soccer World Cup Feedback from the 2010 Electricity Supply Industry Forum 15 October 2007 Dr Clinton Carter-Brown Eskom & Chairperson 2010 ESI forum.

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1 1 2010 Soccer World Cup Feedback from the 2010 Electricity Supply Industry Forum 15 October 2007 Dr Clinton Carter-Brown Eskom & Chairperson 2010 ESI forum

2 2 Introduction Winter of 2010 the eyes of the world will be on South Africa Billions of viewers will watch live broadcasts Estimated 300 000 to 500 000 foreign visitors EventCum TV audience 2003 Rugby World Cup3.4 billion 2002 Winter Olympic Games12 billion 2000 Summer Olympic Games25 billion 2002 FIFA World Cup28.8 billion South Africa will be showcased

3 3 StadiaCityCapacity Green Point StadiumCape Town65 000 Moses Mabhida StadiumDurban60 000 Nelson Mandela Bay StadiumPort Elizabeth50 000 Mbombela StadiumNelspruit40 000 Ellis Park StadiumJohannesburg60 000 Soccer City StadiumJohannesburg95 000 Loftus Versfeld StadiumPretoria45 000 Free State StadiumBloemfontein40 000 Royal Bafokeng StadiumRustenburg40 000 Peter Mokaba StadiumPolokwane40 000 NUMBER OF MATCHES: 64 NUMBER OF TEAMS: 32 EXPECTED NUMBER OF VISITORS: 300 000 – 500 000 Port Elizabeth Pretoria Rustenburg Johannesburg Durban Bloemfontein Nelspruit Polokwane

4 4 Main 2010 loads Stadiums Training venues Base camps Fan parks FIFA hotels Media centres Supporters Well defined Uncertain Spatial location Total load is small relative to national system peak Certain loads have onerous power quality requirements

5 5 Electrical supply chain Eskom Generation Eskom Transmission Eskom Distribution Host Cities & KEY 2010 Installations

6 6 Electrical supply chain continued Eskom Transmission Eskom Distribution Municipal Distribution Stadiums Training venues, fan parks, FIFA hotels, media centres Base Camps Visitor accommodation, tourism and transport Eskom Generation Problems in any link in the chain can disrupt supply Broadcast Multiple role players!

7 7 Main role players with the ESI It is critical that all role players in the ESI work together to minimise risks & optimise approaches. Role players include: Host Cities and Municipalities Eskom Owners of the 2010 event stadiums 2010 Local Organising Committee (LOC) Association of Municipal Electrical Undertakings (AMEU) National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA) South African Local Government Association (SALGA) Department of Mineral and Energy (DME)

8 8 Strategy to deal with 2010 Eskom and the AMEU established a 2010 ESI forum in August 2006: Six meetings attended by representatives from the 2010 Host Cities, AMEU, Eskom, DME and NERSA Limited LOC participation SALGA has recently become involved No formal decision making capacity Purpose is for information sharing and facilitation Where necessary, issues and risks are escalated to other role players

9 9 Key electrical 2010 risks The following 2010 related electrical supply risks have been identified: Increased load due to general load growth Power quality and security of supply for stadiums Power quality and security of supply for other critical FIFA loads Base camps Increased load associated with visitors

10 10 2010 ESI forum progress Progress of the 2010 ESI forum can be summarised as follows: Stadium supply recommendations DME business plan submission Eskom project identification Project summary report Position paper on base camps Media statement Minutes, documents etc stored on AMEU and Eskom websites

11 11 Progress to date continued… Project LocationProject Cost Host CityMunicipality Eskom Distribution Region Eskom Transmission Project Cost Eskom Distribution Project Cost Host City Project Cost Cape Town (new stadium) City of Cape Town WesternR 81mR 281mR 159m Port Elizabeth (new stadium) Nelson Mandela SouthernR 6,496m (1) R 26mR 61m Durban (new stadium) eThekweniEasternR 1,210mR 0mR 99m Nelspruit (new stadium) MbombelaNorthernR 204mR 88mR200m Polokwane (new stadium) PolokwaneNorthernR 372mR 92mR 130m Loftus (Tshwane)TshwaneNorthernR 66m (2) R 0mR 171m (2) Royal Bafokeng (Rustenburg) RustenburgNorthernR 261mR 12mR 64m Soccer City (FNB) City PowerCentralR406mR 211mR 1081m Ellis Park Vodacom Park (Bloemfontein) Mangaung (Centlec) North WestR 0m R 15m (3) TotalR 9,095mR 709mR 1,979m

12 12 2010 ESI forum stadium supply recommendations UPS Firm grid supply Local generation Non critical Stadium loads Important Stadium loads Lighting & Broadcasting

13 13 Activities going forward The following need to be addressed by the forum in consultation with key stakeholders: Municipal bulk infrastructure funding Oct 2006, DME requested Host Cities to submit electrical infrastructure business plans Total submission exceeded R2billion Projects have estimated lead times 1 to 3 years MFMA: Difficult to order long lead materials without budget DME funding of R7.5million per Host City for 2007/8 No funding commitment beyond this year Running out of time Informed LOC, FIFA & NERSA Provided feedback to Dept. of Sports and Recreation

14 14 Activities going forward continued Stadium supply recommendations Clarify FIFA requirements Disseminate requirements and recommendations LOC “Audit” Base camps Identify likely base camp locations Sensitise possible base camp hosts to electrical supply risks (position paper) LOC assessment of base camp bidders Other FIFA loads

15 15 Activities going forward continued Visitor locations and movement Scenarios for visitor numbers, location and movement Translate into load Track progress of key 2010 projects Integrate operational and risk planning between Eskom and Municipalities (separate presentation by P Fowles) Stakeholder liaison

16 16 Conclusions Major challenges within the EDI for 2010 2010 ESI forum provides environment for role players to share experiences, concerns, requirements and plans Activities have been identified for further action via the 2010 ESI forum, and will need to be driven via interaction with key stakeholders such as the 2010 LOC Acknowledge contributions of all 2010 ESI forum members


18 18 Eskom Business Strategy Our core business is electricity Trading Generating Retail Transporting “Together building the power-base for sustainable growth and development” Vision Target market South Africa SADC and the rest of Africa connected to the SA grid Rest of Africa Strategic Initiatives Transmission Projects Distribution Projects Generation Projects Capacity Expansion DSM 2010MW Project Climate Change

19 19 The Eskom Structure: 2010MW Project 2010MW Project Finance and Risk Management Market Intelligence Project Management Marketing & Communication Project Platforms Technical & Capacity 2010 DSM SA Govt Issues Project Coordination Greening 2010 Stakeholder Relations ICT Marketing & Communication Project Monitoring & Tracking Branding FIFA issues Host City Coordinators Dedicated Project office

20 20 Collaboration Discussions are underway with the various stakeholders to form: Joint 2010 energy TASK TEAMS comprising of: l Eskom l Provincial Government l Municipal /Metro /Host City l Regional LOC Task team to focus on: l Information sharing on : l 2010 Plans l 2010 Projects l Progress on 2010 projects: Monitoring and tracking l Identify 2010 risks and agree on mitigating strategies l Location of: base camps, training venue, key 2010 installations, etc. l Establish an “Event Operations Center”: l Pre-event checks l Emergency response

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