FUTURESERVICE STATION ENERGYFUTURESERVICE STATION ENERGYEvent Organiser:Classic Exhibitions & Conferences C.C.P.O. Box 291...
08h00 Registration & early morning coffee &pastries08h30 Chairperson: Welcome & Opening RemarksMacroeconomic & global tren...
15h00 Case Study: Large Scale Solar PVRooftop InstallationsMaurits Perold, Chief Executive Officer,Green Habitat - Mustek·...
FUTURE SERVICE STATIONENERGYDATE:FEE per delegateR2974-00 including VAT9 May 2013Inclusive of course materials, refreshmen...
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Program: Future Service Station Energy 9 May 2013 The Wanderers Club Johannesburg

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With the expected Eskom increases over the next five years, retail service stations are facing reduced profitability and some even closure as profits are continually eroded by rising operating costs. Electricity is one of the costs that can be managed and self generated.

This conference aims to examine best practices in energy efficiency and unpack the options and complexities of generating electricity from renewable energy specifically for retail fuel sites.

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Program: Future Service Station Energy 9 May 2013 The Wanderers Club Johannesburg

  1. 1. FUTURESERVICE STATION ENERGYFUTURESERVICE STATION ENERGYEvent Organiser:Classic Exhibitions & Conferences C.C.P.O. Box 291765 Melville2109, South AfricaTel: 011 830-1309 / 830-1322 / 830-1334Fax: 086-758-2820E-mail: accounts@classicevents.co.za9 May 2013The Wanderers Club, 21 North Road, Illovo, JohannesburgWith the expected Eskom increases over the next five years, retail service stations are facingreduced profitability and some even closure as profits are continually eroded by rising operatingcosts. Electricity is one of the costs that can be managed and self generated.This conference aims to examine best practices in energy efficiency and unpack the options andcomplexities of generating electricity from renewable energy specifically for retail fuel sites.CLASSICEVENTSEndorsed by: Exhibitor Sponsor:Who should attend: From the following sectors:··························Retail Service Station OwnersRetail Service Station ManagersRetail Service Station DevelopersChief Executive OfficersManaging DirectorsMarketing DirectorsMarketing ManagersProduct Marketing ManagersProject ManagersDesign EngineersTechnical DirectorsResearch ExecutivesSite Development ExecutivesFacilities ManagersStrategy & Business DevelopmentDirectorsTechnical Specialists & ManagersElectrical EngineersStructural EngineersRetail Filling StationsPetroleum Majors / FranchiseesElectrical Engineers & ContractorsStructural Engineers & ContractorsUtilitiesMunicipal Planners & SustainabilitySpecialistsRenewable Energy VendorsProperty Developers
  2. 2. 08h00 Registration & early morning coffee &pastries08h30 Chairperson: Welcome & Opening RemarksMacroeconomic & global trends, the energycrisis in South Africa & projected electricitycosts 5, 10 & 15 years, anticipatedeconomic & population growthThe need for a business continuity plan andthe basics for youIdentifying, planning, prioritizing,preventing, preparation & actionThe state of the Eskom system & the needfor increasesIDM funding mechanisms & programmesPossible savings & future designconsiderations for retail sitesThe need for energy management &Conducting an energy auditEnergy audit instrumentationEnergy rate structures & Electric ratestructuresLife cycle costingLightingHVAC systemControl & energy managementInsulationCogeneration optionsMaintenanceBottom line possible savingsReasonable costs for an audit & genericestimateOur findings, lighting, refrigeration, airconditioning, ovens, signage, pumps,securitySummary & best adviceExploring tariff structures with councils –our experiencesStandards local & international both SABS &Oil Major specificationsConsumption figures: before & afterSome interesting cases & considerationsQuality vs: Price & Summary10h45 Morning Coffee, Tea & SandwichesThe list of BP sites with solar canopies,successes and failuresProblems faced over time - reliability of thesystems & panel weaknessesData and successes from other projectsEstimates to update the canopies – costsand expected outputFuture sites & design considerations12h30 LunchThe A – Z of solar: The technology, thepanels, the invertors, the lifecycleBest practices and experiences globallyLessons to be learnt from Germany - anoverview of the national systemStatutory requirements.Imposed loading influence on the structuralcapacity of existing roofs.Serviceability and aesthetic considerations.The opportunity for innovative design forfuture needs.Afternoon Tea, Coffee, Pastries & Networking08h45 The Need for a Risk Management Plan toEnsure Business ContinuityBradley Janse Van Rensburg, SolutionsDesign Manager, Continuity SA09h15 The Need for New Capacity & EnergyManagementJohn Thorby, Senior Manager IntegratedDemand Management, Eskom09h45 Energy Efficiency for Filling StationsRussell Brown, Chief Executive Officer,Ruach Renewable Energy10h15 Case Study: Substantial Savings fromFitting Energy Efficient & LED LightingPeter Goldberg, Managing Director,Wingold Illumination11h00 Case Study: PV Installations Then & Now- BP Solar Canopy 2003Juan-Dirk Voigt, Director, Plantech11h30 Case Study: Pick n Pay HurlinghamSolar InstallationBruce Conne, Technical Manager,Romano Sustainable Solutions12h00 Case Study: Best Practices & LessonsLearned from Green Interventions atEngen Service Stations in AfricaCecil Van Niekerk, Construction &Engineering Manager, Engen13h30 Case Study: The Future Service Station -Key Energy Efficiency & RenewableEnergy StrategiesRussell Brown, Chief Executive Officer,Ruach Renewable Energy14h00 Case Study: In Search of Excellence –Doing Solar ProperlyAndreas Wagner, Regional SalesManager, Bosch Solar Energy14h30 The Role of the Structural Engineer inthe Design and Refurbishment ofCanopy and Roof Systems, To ProvideSolar EnergyRob Young, Director, Young & SathariaConsulting Structural & Civil Engineers·····································FUTURESERVICE STATION ENERGYFUTURESERVICE STATION ENERGY9 May 2013The Wanderers Club, 21 North Road, Illovo, Johannesburg
  3. 3. 15h00 Case Study: Large Scale Solar PVRooftop InstallationsMaurits Perold, Chief Executive Officer,Green Habitat - Mustek···········Mustek building MidrandNotable recent installationsAn insight into the process and duediligence from our sideThe design features of our 14th FairlandssiteAverage consumption figures in comparisonto other less efficient sitesThe future of service stationsOverview & structure of IDC Green EnergyEfficiency FundWhich projects qualify, the minimum &maximum loansCase Study: Successful projects financedHow to fast track your applicationPersonal experiences internationally15h30 Case Study: Best Practices in EnergyEfficiencyKim Hockley, Development Manager,Total South Africa16h00 Financing Options of Energy Efficiency &Renewable Energy SystemsJose-Luis Bobes, Consultant, IndustrialDevelopment CorporationReasons to attend:16:30 Summary & Closing Remarks from theChairperson, Questions & AnswersUnderstand that the cost of electricity in 5, 10& 15 years could render your businessunprofitable and the value of your investmentgreatly diminished without your own generationcapacityLearn all about energy efficiency and an energyaudit and what this should cost for yourbusinessFast forward your understand of whichelements of your site can and cannot beoptimisedListen first hand to six case study basedpresentations and avoid any mistakes madeand immediately implement some of the costeffective elements that workedExamine current rebate models available beforeyou spend any money on LED bulbs or anyenergy efficient products or servicesInteract, engage and learn from leadingindustry professionalsExplore and understand the benefits offinancing your green initiatives and the optionand advantages of keeping this off balancesheet as well as depreciation and insuranceEnsure the value of your site and investment israised by doing any upgrade or improvementsproperlyIdentify what experience and minimumrequirements you should be looking for whenappointing contractors, suppliers and serviceprovidersDevelop a list of key points to help younegotiate with your oil major regarding anyamendments to your agreement or leaseRefine your approach and revaluate strategiesto enable you to produce useful managementinformation···········FUTURESERVICE STATION ENERGYFUTURESERVICE STATION ENERGY9 May 2013The Wanderers Club, 21 North Road, Illovo, Johannesburg
  4. 4. FUTURE SERVICE STATIONENERGYDATE:FEE per delegateR2974-00 including VAT9 May 2013Inclusive of course materials, refreshments and lunch.All prices inclusive of VAT.VENUE:The Wanderers Club, 21 North Road, Illovo, JohannesburgSigning this form entailsyour understanding of theRegistration and Paymentrequirements:············A confirmation letter and invoice willbe faxed/emailed to you uponreceipt of your registration form,reserving your seat/s.Kindly make payment to guaranteeyour seat/s as non payment mayresult in your seat allocated tosomeone elseElectronic payment/direct depositcan be made to. Kindly indicatecompany/delegate name/invoice asreferencePlease make cheque payable to:An official receipt of your paymentwill be provided, only upon request.A certificate of attendance will beprovided, only upon request.No cancellation and refund givenwithin seven days prior to the eventdate but replacement delegate canbe sent.No refund given if delegate did notshow up at event but coursematerials, if any, can be sent.Organiser reserves the right to changevenue, date, programme and/orspeaker/s if circumstances require.Organiser will refund payment if eventis cancelled. If cancellation is notcaused by organiser i.e. naturalcauses, regret no refund will beprovided.Please inquire if you need speciallunch i.e. vegetarian, kosher, halaaletc, accommodation or disabledfacilitiesFirst NationalBank 622-780-941-82ClassicExhibitions & Conferences c.c.254-905Acc. #: .Account Name: .Branch: Cresta. Branch Code:Vat number: 494-021-6916Classic Exhibitions &ConferencesAttentionFax: 086-758-2820 086-766-8147 TelEmail Address: Classic Exhibitions & Conferences C.C.or : 011 830-1309/830-1322/830-1334: nigel@classicevents.co.za : P.O. Box 291765, Melville, 2109Nigel BrownVee Lidzhade, General Manager, Tel: 011 830-1334, Cell: 079-396-4298, nigel@classicevents.co.za, Project Manager, Tel: 011 830-1322, vee@classicevents.co.zaREGISTRATION DETAILSDelegate Name: Mr/Mrs/MsJob Title:Email:Cell:Delegate Name: Mr/Mrs/MsJob Title:Email:Cell:Delegate Name: Mr/Mrs/MsJob Title:Company/Organisation:Company VAT No:Amount Payable: RPostal Address:Postal Code:Telephone:Fax:Email:Email:Cell:Signature:Submitted By:Organisation / Company:Date:Registration FormCLASSICEVENTS

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