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Read our 2022 Newsletter on the link below: English and Afrikaans Newsletter
October 2022. A technical training programme seeking to assist the South African renewable energy industry in developing local skills has given 15 young people from Ceres access to a variety of career opportunities. Having successfully completed phase 1 of this globally compliant training programme, the group will commence the second
October 2020. Perdekraal East  Wind Farm is looking to finalise the establishment of the Perdekraal East Renewable Energy Community Trust by selecting a Board of Trustees. Interested and qualifying community members can apply for the role of Trustee. Submission of Questions and Queries – no later than midday on Thursday
25 March 2020: Community Office Closure – Covid-19 Our offices have been closed, in compliance with South Africa’s national state of disaster in terms of the Disaster Management Act, implemented 15 March 2020.   For any enquiries, the Project Officer, Beauty Theto can be reached on 083 792 8286 or
March 2020 Following the successful CHANGEMAKER workshops, Perdekraal East Wind Farm is inviting community heroes back for a second session. Read more here: Perdekraal_Follow up Workshop
November 2019 Perdekraal East Wind Farm, which is currently under construction, has launched a secondary school awareness programme, aimed at exposing learners to the basics of renewable energy. The programme targets almost high school learners to not only provide information about producing clean power, but also to let the youth
August 2019 We are having Community Meetings in our beneficiary communities. You are invited to attend in your community on the following dates:- Nduli: Nduli Community Hall, 26 August 2019 at 6pm Ceres: Town Hall, 29 August 2019 at 6pm Bella Vista: Bella Vista Community Hall, 2 September 2019 at
In a collaborative effort, Perdekraal East Wind Farm’s team worked alongside local organisations, to commemorate Mandela Day, by hosting soup kitchens in four local communities. Despite being bitterly cold, community members from of Ceres, Nduli, Bella Vista and Prince Alfred Hamlet joined in. Working together with the Ceres Night Shelter,
June 2019 Hundreds of wind turbine components are making their way from the West Coast’s Port of Saldanha and Atlantis, destined for the 110MW Perdekraal East Wind Farm, situated in the Witzenberg Local Municipality, northeast of Ceres, just two hours from Cape Town. The first tower sections departed from Atlantis,
January 2019. Perdekraal East Wind Farm announced the successful completion of its first foundation, which boasts a massive carbon footprint saving. Perdekraal East Wind Farm poured the first of its foundations on 22 November 2018, followed by a 28-day strength test to ensure that the foundations achieved the required design
Perdekraal Clean Energy Flyer – Afrikaans