Khana Energy is a black owned and controlled renewable energy company participating as a co-investor in projects successfully bid in the South African Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement program.

Our vision is to be the preferred local equity empowerment partner for international utilities, by using our local capability and experience to add value to projects from the bidding phase through to the operation of the projects.

The scope of Khana's participation in the REIPPP Value Chain:

  • Permitting assessment
  • ED/procurement strategy
  • Turbine procurement
  • Bid document preparation
  • Bid packaging
  • Initial BBBEE Trust establishment
  • Financial structuring
  • Final permitting
  • BBBEE Trust corporate
  • Finance doc finalisation
  • Eskom budget quote process
  • NERSA generation license
  • Managing EPC contractor
  • Site management
  • Project management
  • Eskom/Grid construction
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Local government management
  • Financial management
  • ED reporting
  • Variation orders
  • Corporate Social Responsibilty
  • BBBEE Trust setup
  • Asset management
  • Maintenance
  • Contract management
  • Financial management
  • ED reporting
  • ED/SED initiatives
  • BBBEE Trust operation
    and spend implementation

The benefits of partnering with Khana Energy

  • A broad-based black shareholder base which exceeds the local empowerment shareholding criteria stipulated by the Department of Energy

  • An executive team with significant and comprehensive REIPPP programme experience and a proven record of success complemented by strong financial and social investment capability that will ensure that the projects in which we participate are provided with a solid and competitive foundation that will significantly de-risk project execution
  • Our proven ability to optimize your bid SED score and manage the economic development implementation will ensure a meaningful social contribution is made by the projects and the maintenance of excellent local community relations as well as a lasting local upliftment legacy for foreign utilities.