The annual Vision 2030 Awards took place on 21 November 2019 and Fibon Energy won the Driver for Change award. The award recognises one company a year in South Africa for its ‘outstanding commitment and contributions to moving the nation forward, as a leader in the sector and as a proponent of the national development plan.’
Fibon Energy's CEO named as a finalist in the category, Top Young Executive of the Year
Fibon Energy has been nominated in the Driver For Change Award category at the Vision 2030 Awards for 2019
On 15 November 2018, the Founder and CEO of Fibon Energy, Avesh Padayachee was awarded the Entrepreneur of the Year at the 16th annual National Business Awards, South Africa.
The Founder and CEO of Fibon Energy, Avesh Padayachee has been selected as a finalist in the 16th annual National Business Awards in the Top Performing Entrepreneur of 2018 category.
Life Healthcare launches third solar plant to reduce carbon footprint Installation of solar PV panels at Life Eugene Marais Hospital
Fibon Energy has been announced as a finalist at the Vision 2030 Awards: South Africa’s future makers.
In a Transforming South Africa, it is rare to come across a solution that ticks all the boxes, in terms of providing a cost-effective mechanism that positively impacts an organisation’s bottom line...
Avesh talks to Jake Jopling about renewable energy on The Entrepreneurial Mindset Podcast
The World Energy Council’s Future Energy Leaders form a community of exceptional young professionals who share a commitment to shaping the global energy future.
Avesh was privileged to meet President Paul Kagame, the president of Rwanda yesterday in Kigali, Rwanda.
The South African National Energy Association, SANEA, announced that Avesh Padayachee and Pule Segale, have been selected for the prestigious global World Energy Council FELS 100 programme.
Every year the Mail & Guardian lists 200 Young South Africans recognising excellence in South Africa, our CEO Avesh Padayachee has been listed under the Business & Law Category.
The afternoon talk show on SAfm chats to Avesh about Fibon and renewable energy in Africa.

Public Notice

Primary Carbon Notice of Registration of commercial, industrial and residential Solar PV Plants with the Verified Carbon Standard.

Primary Carbon is responsible for the commissioning of new commercial industrial and residential solar PV installations in the Republic of South Africa and wishes to register the installations with the Verified Carbon Standard. Each project activity instance will comprise of one or more solar PV facilities, where the total maximum installed capacity of the facilities do not exceed 15MW, per project activity instance.

The project will result in a reduction of greenhouse gas emissions due to the displacement of grid electricity consumption, which in South Africa, is coal-based electricity. Primary Carbon intends on registering all solar PV plants that it currently manages with the VCS to contribute towards carbon offsetting.

Primary Carbon invites any written or verbal comments or concerns relating to the registration of its solar PV Grouped Project with the VCS.

All interested and affected parties are invited to contact our offices within 30 calendar days of this notification.

12 March 2024