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DEVELOPMENT OF A CLUSTER OF RENEWABLE ENERGY FACILITIES BETWEEN SOMERSET EAST AND MAKHANDA, EASTERN CAPE PROVINCE

A cluster of renewable energy facilities is proposed to be developed on various project sites located between Somerset East and Makhanda within the Cookhouse Renewable Energy Development Zone (REDZ), as well as the Eastern Strategic Transmission Corridor.
The cluster consists of nine (9) projects which include

* 6 wind farms
Hamlett Wind Farm - Middleton
Ripponn Wind Farm - Middleton
Redding Wind Farm - Middleton
Aeoulus Wind Farm - Kommadagga
Wind Garden Wind Farm - Makhanda
Fronteer Wind Farm - Makhanda

* 2 solar energy facilities
Solaris Fields Solar Energy Facility - Middleton
Sun Garden Solar Energy Facility - Middleton

* 1 Main Transmission Substation (MTS)
REDZ 3 Corridor 400MTS - Middleton

A suitable project site for each development has been identified by the project development companies and the entire extent of the projects is located within the Sarah Baartman District Municipality. The western section is located within the Blue Crane Route Local Municipality and the eastern section within the Makana Local Municipality.

WRSA has registered as a Stakeholder and Interested & Affected Party and hereby invites other Stakeholders and Interested & Affected Parties to join us in a coordinated group to participate in the Public Participation Process and any further actions.
We kindly request you to complete the fields below and submit if your business will be impacted directly or indirectly, by this planned development.

We kindly request you to complete the questionnaire (click on link) if your business will be impacted directly or indirectly, by this planned development.

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