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South Africa has a new energy plan. But will it break the bank?
South Africa has a new energy plan. But will it break the bank?
The release of South Africa’s long-awaited update to the Integrated Resource Plan is...
Coal's days numbered as renewables attract bonds
Coal's days numbered as renewables attract bonds
Coal is having a hard time lately. United States power plants are switching to natural gas, environmental restrictions are kicking in and the...
Politics of power ignores reality
Politics of power ignores reality
By 2030, South Africa's new coal-powered stations Medupi and Kusile will be online and several nuclear power stations will feed into the grid. The...
Disappointing dip in energy
Disappointing dip in energy
The report back on energy was not as encouraging as some would have liked, with expenditure 9.9% down on the same period last year and the energy...
Big energy blinded by green light
Big energy blinded by green light
No wonder the big energy companies are spooked by the green dream. Have you seen their share prices lately?
SA on its way to greener economy
SA on its way to greener economy
Minister Dipuo Peters told the Cabinet in May that South Africa now ranks as the "ninth most attractive investment destination for the green...
How to save energy in your business
How to save energy in your business
Taking a close look at the energy costs of your business will help identify areas that are using the most energy, and give you an idea of where to...
Peters unfazed by implications of an 'outdated' resource plan
Peters unfazed by implications of an 'outdated' resource plan
Energy Minister Dipuo Peters says her department will not review the country's 20-year electricity road map – the integrated resource...
'We've hit the tipping point'
'We've hit the tipping point'
Awareness of environmental concerns has certainly spiked in the decade since the Mail & Guardian launched its Greening the Future...
Carbon tax will power SA's drive to clean up its act
Carbon tax will power SA's drive to clean up its act
 Industry experts believe that this will push the country to change the carbon-intensive nature of its economy and meet its international...

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