Economic reforms like private energy generation will drag SA from ashes of unrest

Posted in: Economics, Energy, Intellidex in the media on August 17, 2021


Changes to schedule 2 of the Electricity Regulation Act are significant and can spur substantial investment. Intellidex believes that even on a narrow reading, the regulation can still unlock significant investment in the order of 10GW in the coming seven years, though we must be cautious that it will take around two years for the first energy to arrive and so we still face a significant period of load shedding. Featured in Business Day.  

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