BLSA: Postive signs of our switch to a renewable future

Posted in: Intellidex in the media on March 29, 2021


Intellidex estimates that the economy was losing about R700m a day from loadshedding pre-crisis and the number is slightly lower since the pandemic began. To deal with the crisis, Minister of Minerals, Resources and Energy, Gwede Mantashe, announced eight preferred bidders for the emergency supply of 2,000MW of power as part of the Risk Mitigation Independent Power Producer Programme. It’s a welcome, but overdue, intervention.   

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