State of Energy Report 2015

Table of contents:


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
ENERGY DATA SHEETS
2.1 Cape Town energy balance 2012
2.2 Cape Town energy and emissions overview tables
2.3 Cape Town sustainable energy indicators
2.4 Global greenhouse gas emissions
2.5 Local air pollution from energy sources
2.6 Cape Town land use and population density
INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
3.1 Report overview, method and data sources
3.2 Systematising the energy data collection process
3.3 ‘Spatialising’ Cape Town energy data
3.4 Energy conversion factors
3.5 Emission coefficients and the Global Protocol for Community-Scale Greenhouse Gas Emission Reporting (GPC) . 25
THE ENERGY POLICY ENVIRONMENT
4.1 National policy and legislative context
4.2 Energy-related local government mandates and functions emanating from national policy
CAPE TOWN ENERGY SUPPLY AND DEMAND OVERVIEW
5.1 The current picture
5.2 Trends and developments: demand and supply overview
5.3 Energy and greenhouse gas emissions
5.4 Electricity distribution business overview
5.5 Cape Town benchmarked
CAPE TOWN ENERGY DEMAND
6.1 Residential sector
6.1.1 Household energy sources and related demand trends
6.1.2 End-use energy applications
6.1.3 Energy services for sustainable development
6.1.4 Energy poverty and relative cost of household fuels
6.2 Commercial and industrial sectors
6.2.1 Commercial and industrial fuels and related demand trends
6.3 Transport and mobility
6.3.1 Transport-sector energy overview
6.3.2 Road-based private transport
6.3.3 Transport modal split
6.3.4 Public transport
6.3.5 Commuter trip length
6.4 Local government
6.4.1 Local-government sector energy overview
6.4.2 Data and comparability of data over time
6.4.3 Buildings and municipal operations using electricity, and efficiency projects
6.4.4 Vehicle fleet
6.4.5 Solid waste sector
CAPE TOWN ENERGY SUPPLY
7.1. Supply overview
7.2. Energy supply sources
7.2.1 Coal
7.2.2 Liquid fuels and natural gas
7.2.3 Electricity
7.2.4 Demand-side measures and energy efficiency interventions
7.2.5 Renewable and sustainable electricity and energy
7.2.6 Impact of renewable energy and energy efficiency on City of Cape Town revenue
7.2.7 Wood
REFERENCES
APPENDICES
9.1 Method notes
9.2 Sector demand
9.3 Global Protocol for Community-Scale Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventories (GPC)
9.4 Supplier survey of grid-connected solar photovoltaic systems in Cape Town, May 2014

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Cape Town