Tewa Power is a leading renewable energy investment and asset development firm which operates in the South African market.
We are one of the country’s first and most successful black-owned renewable energy companies through our 2 000 MW development pipeline and past track record in asset development.
Tewa Power has pioneered South Africa’s energy landscape, delivering the first REI4 wind farm. We are one of the country’s largest unlisted B-BBEE investment companies and manage an investment portfolio of R1 billion.
Tewa Power develops, owns, operates and invests in wind, solar, biomass and hydro power facilities and projects in South Africa.
We originate and secure investment opportunities in the renewable energy sector with high investment returns, and with long-term and stable cash flow.
In addition to our acquisition strategy for high-performance renewable energy projects and assets that are in development or operating stages, Tewa Power designs, constructs and manages alternative energy power generation assets across the country.
Renewable energy asset ownership includes Metrowind Van Stadens and Kouga windfarms, and PIA Solar.
Our leadership team has more than 45 years of combined experience in renewable energy investment and development. This has enabled us to deliver exceptional returns to investors, improve energy security in South Africa and create world-class renewable energy assets powering the future.
TEWA Power Facts:
- R 1 billion – the value of our investment asset portfolio
- 45 years industry experience
- 2000 MW - value of our renewable energy project development pipeline
- R300 billion – total value of conventional projects delivered through our engineering consulting division
- R 1 billion – the value of the investment portfolio we manage
- Metrowind Van Stadens - the country’s first REI4P wind farm developed by Tewa Power
Tewa Power was conceived and is owned by AfriCoast (parent company for one of South Africa’s leading independent multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy firms and several renewable energy assets) and African Pioneer Group (one of the country’s most successful black-owned investment companies).
African Pioneer Group started out from very humble beginnings in 1990 and has grown into one of South Africa’s largest unlisted investment companies. Through a policy of pragmatic and progressive business management, the company has expanded substantially.
APG has a 14% ordinary shareholding in Coca-Cola, a 40% equity holding in Pioneer Fishing (one of the largest fishing companies in South Africa serving export markets in Europe and the Americas.
AfriCoast has designed, constructed and maintained infrastructure with a total value of R300 billion since its inception. The company has expanded significantly and continues to grow in alignment with the need for key infrastructure and maintenance in South Africa and sub-Saharan Africa.