WWF Energy Publications

Since 2015 Farm Design has produced a number of publications for WWF South Africa dealing with various topics around renewable energy. Our task on these publications was to work with the text editor and authors to make the text accessible, to produce clear and insightful graphics and infographics, to source and procure photographs, to do the typesetting and layout according to WWF’s international style guide, and finally to produce both print-ready and electronic files ready for distribution.

A selection of the tittles available to read online, or to download, are:

2019 Residential investment in rooftop solar PV: What does it hold for the future? Briefing Paper

2018 Navigating the Regulatory Complexities: Municipal renewable energy generation in South Africa municipalities Report

2018 Potential for solar thermal heating in South African hospitals Report

2017 Evaluation of an energy and water efficiency retrofit project in social housing Technical Report

2015 A review of the local community development requirements in South Africa’s renewable energy procurement programme Technical Report

2015 Feasibility of the WWF Renewable Energy Vision 2030 – South Africa Technical Report

2015 Concentrated Solar Power: A strategic industrial development opportunity for South Africa Technical Report

2015 Exploring the role of retirement funds in achieving Renewable Energy Vision 2030 Technical Report

About WWF South Africa

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Elsabe is the Creative director: Graphic Design at Farm Design. The company is located on the slopes of Table Mountain in the beautiful Cape Town. After years of experience in the design and advertising of fast-moving consumer goods, Elsabe wanted to do “design that makes a difference”. She therefor concentrates on academic and advocacy work for issues that she considers as important. These include climate change, human rights and law. Her particular skill is in making content easy to understand, interesting to engage with, and accessible. Elsabe loves technology and code. She started learning HTML in the mid eighties and has been on the learning treadmill ever since. She is able to do both the front end design and the back-end installation of websites. She believes that a good job is always a collaborative undertaking – a good brief with a clear target market, quality research and writing polished with detailed editing, uncluttered design with a purpose, and meticulous proofing. Farm Design’s clients and collaborators are situated from Cape Town to the UK, Canada, US, and various countries across Africa. Elsabe holds a BA degree in Graphic Design from Stellenbosch University, with majors in Design and Photography. In the creative industry you are often asked about awards won. Though she has received a Loerie Award for design, from the USA the Clio Gold Award and the Communications Arts Annual Award of Excellence, she considers her best award to be the clients she has worked with for decades.