U.S.-South Africa Workshop

U.S.-South Africa Workshop on Energy Storage Standards, Conformance and Technology

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Energy storage increases the flexibility of the electrical grid and helps to incorporate renewable energies into a
country’s energy mix. If deployed effectively, energy storage can allow off-grid energy to become a reliable and costeffective option in South Africa.

This workshop will feature insights on the current state of play by South African experts, including from the Industrial
Development Corporation (IDC), which serves as the chair of the South African Energy Storage Steering Committee. Presentations on relevant standards, conformance and technology will be given by U.S. experts from the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and Underwriters Laboratory (UL). The event will also foster discussion of cross-cutting issues and opportunities for U.S. – South Africa cooperation.

February 28, 2017

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Radisson Blu Gautrain, Johannesburg, South Africa

To register, email us-africacesp@ansi.org.

Kindly indicate name, title, organization, contact email and telephone number.

The U.S.-Africa Clean Energy Standards Program is sponsored by the U.S. Trade and Development Agency and
coordinated by the American National Standards Institute in partnership with Power Africa. More information is
available at www.standardsportal.org/us-africacesp.

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