About Us

Electricity and water costing your company too much? Not getting the best deal from your utility provider?

We are here to help!

Energy Management SA specialises in utility cost analysis, helping you reduce the cost of electricity, sewerage, refuse, property rates and water bills.

By leveraging our 34 years of industry experience, we have reduced client monthly utility expenditure by 10% or more! We have saved our clients in excess of R 300 Million.

Our clients rely on us to analyse the impact of utility and demand side management, to implement changes and increase their bottom line.

We offer a contingency based service, which means that you don't pay unless we save you money!

How it works


utility services

Utility Cost Analysis

Over the last 34 years Energy Management SA has assisted organisations throughout South Africa to take control of their monthly utility bills. Utility providers are notorious for various errors when it comes to billing and Energy Management SA…

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Demand management

Sirius Supercapacitors

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Demand management

Demand Side Management

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Recent News

  • Huge Eskom price hike coming on 1 April 2021

    Huge Eskom price hike coming on 1 April 2021

    South Africans are in for a hefty rise in the price of electricity, as energy regulator Nersa has agreed to Eskom increasing its tariff by over 15% for the 2021/2022 financial year. The agreement between Nersa and Eskom came after the power utility won a case in the high court …Read More »
  • Electricity infrastructure damage by impact of load shedding cost Tshwane R12.5 million

    Electricity infrastructure damage by impact of load shedding cost Tshwane R12.5 million

    Pretoria – A staggering R12.5 million – that’s the amount spent by the City of Tshwane last year to repair its electricity infrastructure after it was damaged by the impact of Eskom’s load shedding. Repairs for electric faults were done on the primary sub-stations such as Ifafi, Florapark, Parktown, K3, …Read More »




“An average monthly saving of approximately 14%.”

Hein Draht - Executive Head-Finance


Dimension Data

“We believe they are extremely competent and therefore we would recommend them to anyone who requires similar services.”

Nick Caldwell - Director



“We were decidedly satisfied with the results of their analysis and would recommend their services and expertise.”

Deepa Sita – Financial Director


Contact us now!

Find out how much your company can save?
Address: Unit 9 Mulberry Hill Office Park
4 Broadacres Drive
Phone: (+27) 11 463 7350

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