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South Africa’s Electricity Choice (Part 2): Renewable Energy is a win-win - 2018-03-26

South Africa’s Electricity Choice (Part 2): Renewable Energy is a win-win ANTON EBERHARD & AMORY LOVINS   SOUTH AFRICA   02 FEB 2018 (SOUTH AFRICA) Renewables everywhere thrive on the fair and open competition that no new nuclear plant has achieved anywhere. Nuclear costs are murky, rising, and... more

South Africa’s Electricity Choice, Part 3: Decentralised power generation is the pathway to ‘energy democracy - 2018-03-26

South Africa’s Electricity Choice, Part 3: Decentralised power generation is the pathway to ‘energy democracy ANTON EBERHARD & AMORY LOVINS   SOUTH AFRICA   15 FEB 2018 (SOUTH AFRICA) New nuclear power lacks a business case for South Africa, whichever country provides the technology. Ther... more

AMCU demands summit to discuss renewable energy jobs - 2018-03-26

  AMCU demands summit to discuss renewable energy jobs The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) has called for an urgent summit with labour, State-owned Eskom and government to discuss renewable energy and jobs. The trade union said in a statement on Friday that the departments... more

Stalled PPAs are hurting investors and govt's growth objectives - 2017-10-11

Stalled PPAs are hurting investors and govt's growth objectives    The Department of Energy (DoE) and Eskom again did not provide any clarity to investors in the renewable energy sector as to when the power utility will sign power purchase agreements with independent power producers.         ... more

Eskom Identified as a Laggard - 2017-10-11

Eskom, South Africa’s unlisted, state-owned electricity company, generates about 95 percent of the nation’s electricity and about 45 percent of the electricity generated on the entire continent of Africa. Coal-fired generation produces 90 percent of South Africa’s electricity. In recent years, South Africa has run a succ... more


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