How do we balance a reliable supply of electricity and ending load-shedding with the critical issue of climate change and moving to cleaner energy?
Kgosientsho Ramokgopa has argued that renewable energy will not have enough baseload to power the country and avoid a total blackout
Separating Eskom into generation, transmission and distribution could play a significant role in reducing power cuts
Negotiations must find pathways for Africa to deliver electricity for economic empowerment while spending less on harmful fuels.
The state must take control of energy supply to increase capacity with funding from the Public Investment Corporation and the South African Reserve Bank rather than relying on the private sector
A researcher says Africa’s huge renewable energy potential could save lives from air pollution
Small modular nuclear reactors can help South Africa transition to a low-carbon economy
Coal commits climate sins so wind and solar energy are good alternatives but suffer intermittency — and now the European Union is reclassifying nuclear as green energy
Appropriate policy, supported by a social compact by labour, business, communities and the government, can maximise the opportunities of the just transition
As the just transition gathers momentum and renewable energy becomes more affordable, countries around the world taking climate action. South Africa must follow suit
The deep oceans are a fragile final frontier, largely unknown and untouched but mining companies and governments — other than those in Africa — are eying its mineral riches
The switch to alternative energy is crucial for employment, economic growth and decarbonisation
A new report says power from the hydroelectric scheme is more expensive than energy from solar and wind
Parliament should be asking the public what we think of Karpowerships before approaching the energy department about its deal