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Sep 10, 2010
There have been hints of progress in the renewable-energy space in South Africa over recent months. But delays and frustrations persist, and there is still a way to go before South Africa can boast that independent power producers (IPPs) are feeding emission-free...
Sep 10, 2010
There have been hints of progress in the renewable energy space in South Africa over recent months. But delays and frustrations persist, and there is a still a way to go before South Africa can boast that independent power producers (IPPs) are feeding emission-free...
Nov 26, 2008
Nov 25, 2008
The South African government has received more than 100 renewable-energy project proposals, involving as much as 5 000 MW of potential generation capacity, in response to its recent call for expressions of interest (EOI) that closed on October 12. The Department of...
Mar 24, 2006
The uptake of renewable energy in South Africa will receive a boost when the Draft Energy Bill, which is expected to be promulgated early next year, is signed in to law.
Dec 05, 2003
THE City of Cape Town is to become the first city in South Africa to offer green electricity to its customers with its decision to purchase electricity from the Darling wind farm from next year, said Minister of Minerals and Energy Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka at the World...
 
 
 
 
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