What do we do at GreenCape?

We support businesses and investors in the green economy to remove barriers to establishment and growth.
We also support local, provincial and national government to build a resilient green economy.


How we do our work?

Share market intelligence | Policy & regulatory advocacy & support | Facilitating market access | Skills development | Networking & events




Through interactions with businesses, investors, government and academia, GreenCape’s sector desks collect, create, and disseminate market intelligence on the green economy. 



GreenCape has developed a wide network of key actors in the green economy. We work closely with businesses, industry associations, government and universities. GreenCape is the only African member of the International Cleantech Network (ICN) a network of cleantech cluster organizations.



19/03/18 | GBCSA 11th Green Building Convention, October 2018: Call for Water-efficiency Project Submissions: The Green Building Council South Africa (GBCSA) will be hosting the 11th Green Building Convention at the Century City Convention Centre, Cape Town, from 3 – 5 October 2018. Read more
09/03/18 | UPCOMING EVENT: Wesgro GreenCape Water Sector Dialogue, 26 March 2018: Wesgro and GreenCape cordially invite you to participate in a dialogue on the approach to strengthening the water sector in the Western Cape. The engagement will be addressed by the Minister... Read more

GreenCape membership is free!

Access the latest sector information | Interact with key players in your sector


Access global markets
as a GreenCape member

As the only African member of ICN,
our members access international opportunities
and value, and enhance their
competitive advantage.

Our vision is for South Africa to be the green economy hub of Africa

In six years the green economy in Western Cape province has grown exponentially across the renewable energy, energy efficiency, waste, water and sustainable agriculture sectors. From 2017, we are driving the adoption of solutions developed in the Western Cape to the rest of the country.