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The iREREP has been designated as Strategic Integrated Project 28 - Photovoltaic (PV) and Water Savings on Government Buildings by the Presidential Infrastructure Coordinating Commission, in terms of section 8(1)(a) read with section 7(1) of the Infrastructure Development Act 23 of 2014 and is aimed at procuring private sector energy service companies to roll out energy efficiency (including solar geysers), water efficiency, alternative waste management and embedded solar PV, and other renewable energy solutions throughout the Department’s property portfolio.
The Programme is national, including all regions under the Mandate of Department of Public Works and Infrastructure.
Registration is not a pre-requisite as the bid documents will also be accessible via National Treasury's e-tenders platform.
The iREREP is anchored by a dedicated Project Office, namely, the Innovation Project Preparation and Development Office (IPPDO). The Office is led by a Steering Committee comprising of DPWI and National Treasury’s Government Technical Advisory Centre (GTAC), who in turn are supported by Transaction Advisors who have experience in delivering large scale projects of this nature.
Resource efficiency service providers (energy efficiency, water efficiency, alternative waste management, and renewable energy companies); Financiers; Manufacturers of resource efficiency solutions and technologies (energy efficiency, water efficiency, alternative waste management, renewable energy);
The purpose of the Prgramme is to procure private sector energy service companies to roll out energy efficiency (including solar geysers), water efficiency, alternative waste management and renewable energy solutions throughout the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure’s property portfolio.

This Programme exemplifies the National Government taking decisive action in addressing it's commitments to achieving sustainability and environmental goals, and socio-economic development goals. The programme is also a large contributor to the Economic recovery plan.

The Programme seeks to address 5 Key Themes:
  • Centralised Governance
  • Security of Supply
  • Budget Rationalisation
  • Socio-Economic Development
  • Environmental Sustainability
Please contact the Programme with any queries via the email contact form on the Contact Us page of the Website.