SA is once again on the cusp of another major electricity production decision. We had better get this one right. Mineral resources & energy minister Gwede Mantashe recently announced that the government is pressing ahead with a nuclear build programme for SA as early as 2024. This despite ample reported evidence that renewables, particularly solar, can be built both rapidly and cost effectively in incremental amounts up to the scale envisaged (2,500MW) to closely match any supply/demand curve.
/wp-content/uploads/seb-logo.png 0 0 Sebenzana /wp-content/uploads/seb-logo.png Sebenzana2020-06-19 06:38:362020-06-19 06:38:38Global advances in renewable energy sector should halt SA’s rush to nuclear