Energy Intensive Users Group of Southern Africa

Working Towards a Sustainable Energy Future

We believe that energy is the engine for economic growth and development in South Africa and we will promote the energy interests of our members through the effective use of expert knowledge, evidence-based strategies, leadership, advocacy, partnerships, and constructive stakeholder relationships.

Affordable and Sustainable Electricity Pricing

The EIUG aims to ensure internationally competitive energy tariffs that are affordable and sustainable.

Security of Supply

The EIUG is dedicated to working with the relevant stakeholders to ensure the uninterrupted supply of energy.

Quality of Supply

The EIUG engages with suppliers to ensure that the supply of energy adheres to the prescribed standards that allow for normal operations to run.

Decarbonisation of Energy

The EIUG, in collaboration with the ITTCC, is fully committed to the transition toward a low carbon economy.

ABOUT US

The Energy Intensive Users Group of Southern Africa (“EIUG”) was established in 1999 as a voluntary, non-profit association. It was incorporated as a Non-Profit Company in 2019. The group was founded on the belief that energy is the engine for economic growth and development in the country. Our members currently account for over 40% of the electrical energy consumed and collectively contribute to 22% of the South African GDP.

We are a customer-led advocacy organization dedicated to serving our members interests by influencing energy, just energy transition and climate change policy within our country. The vision of the EIUG is to be a trusted champion for energy reliability, affordability and sustainability to our stakeholders.

The Energy Intensive Users Group of Southern Africa

EIUG MEMBER SECTORS

Metals & Minerals (Supply or Manufacture)

Mining & Quarrying

Chemicals / Industrial Gases

Electricity, Gas & Water supply

Manufacturing (Paper/Glass/Plastic, or Other)

The Energy Future must be:

BECOME A MEMBER OF THE ENERGY INTENSIVE USERS GROUP OF SOUTHERN AFRICA

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