Kangnas Wind Farm Bursary

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Kangnas Wind Farm, situated outside of Springbok, in the Northern Cape’s Nama Khoi Municipal area, commenced operations during November 2020.The wind farm delivers 140MW’s of clean renewable power from its sixty-one wind turbines.

This project is beneficial in addressing the ongoing and increasing need for clean electricity in South Africa, and also positively impacts the country’s economy and people, with a particular focus on communities within a 50km radius of the wind farm.

Kangnas Wind Farm boasts excellent wind resources and is ideally located close to the N7 (national road), which assisted with delivery during the extensive wind turbine transportation programme. The site has favourable construction conditions and has straightforward electrical connections into the Eskom grid. In addition to this, the 12-month environmental studies indicated that there would be little environmental impact.

Kangnas Wind Farm generates around 513 200 MWh/year of clean renewable energy per year. This is enough clean, green electricity to power up to 154 625 South African homes.

Kangnas Wind Farm eliminates approximately 550,000 tonnes of carbon emissions each year when compared to traditional fossil fuel power plants. In addition to zero carbon emissions and reduced use of fossil fuels, the country benefits from almost zero water consumption that is required during the generation process.

About The Bursary

Kangnas Wind Farm is committed to contributing to sustainable community growth through financial and non-financial community development initiatives.

We will do this by giving back a percentage of total revenue earned to the community; through Socio-Economic Development (SED); Enterprise Development (ED); and through the Community Trust.


The residents of Springbok in the Northern Cape, situated approximately 50km from the wind farm site, are the primary beneficiaries of community initiatives. This means that the community will continue to benefit through meaningful social investment for the 20-year life-span of the wind farm.

Who Can Apply

  1. South African citizens.
  2. From Northern Cape towns within Namakwa District: Springbok, Concordia, Nababeep, Carolusberg, Okiep, Bergsig, Matjieskloof and Vaalwater, Fonteintjie.
  3. Studying any full-time degree or diploma in 2021.
  4. Currently enrolled at a public or private accredited institution in South Africa.
  5. Pursuing their first qualification, excluding postgraduate and honours.
  6. Preference will be given to previously disadvantaged students. 

Please read these notes and instructions carefully before completing the form. Be sure to read every section and ensure that the information you provide is accurate.

  • Applications that are incomplete and that include misrepresentations will immediately be disregarded.
  • Please ensure that you attach ALL of the Required Documents
  • Applications are currently closed.

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Required Documents

Please prepare the following documents:

    A one-page statement clearly setting out why you have chosen your field of study and how you intend to use it after graduation.

    One letter of recommendation from an individual who can speak to your personal character and/or your academic performance. This person should not be a relative or friend. Please include their telephone details.

    A certified copy of your barcoded ID.

    A copy of your CV.

    Proof of your family’s monthly income. (e.g. salary slips or if unemployed, an affidavit to support this)

    All high school applicants must attach a certified copy of their grade 11 reports and matric reports to date. If applicable, please provide proof of provisional university acceptance.

    All tertiary students must submit certified copies of their grade 11 report, their matric results and their most recent official transcript. For applicants that have enrolled at multiple institutions during their tertiary studies, please combine all your transcripts into one document.

    Proof of registration for students currently enrolled at a tertiary institution.

For applicants under the age of 18, to comply with POPI regulations a signed consent form completed by your parent/legal guardian along with a certified copy of their proof of identity is required.

You can download the guardian consent form by clicking HERE.