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AIDC Comments on Electricity Regulation Amendment Bill

The AIDC, together with Trade Unions for Energy Democracy (TUED), the Transnational Institute (TNI), the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), and the National Union of Metalworkers South Africa (NUMSA), has conducted research on energy policy and the ongoing reforms to

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TUED Global Forum: February 25, 2022, 8:00-9:30am ET

Register here. At COP26 in Glasgow, the EU, the US and the UK announced it was going to “mobilize” $8.5 billion to accelerate South Africa’s transition away from coal in order to protect the climate. A month later the IMF “advised”

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AIDC is hiring!

Climate Change and Energy Advocacy Officer  Deputy Director Economic and Budget justice Advocacy Officer Media and Communications Officer About us AIDC was formed in 1996 in response to the democratic transition in South Africa and the new opportunities and challenges

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On unbundling: Don’t privatise the energy transition

On unbundling: Don’t privatise the energy transition Alternative Information and Development Centre |DailyMaverick| 19 August 2021 There are few entities in South Africa that are as loathed as Eskom – and for good reason. Load shedding is clearly public enemy number one,

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Power struggle: The 100MW exemption is likely to be a monumental step towards privatisation — not necessarily for the good

Power struggle: The 100MW exemption is likely to be a monumental step towards privatisation — not necessarily for the good Bruce Baigrie | Daily Maverick | July 5, 2021 President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement that private embedded generators may produce up

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Perils of deregulating energy: Texas blackouts a snapshot of the fraught future of an unbundled Eskom

Perils of deregulating energy: Texas blackouts a snapshot of the fraught future of an unbundled Eskom Jonathan Cannard | DailyMaverick | 26 May, 2021 The so-called developing world – including South Africa – has the advantage of learning from the many

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Mail and Guardian, electric cars are not a panacea

Mail and Guardian, electric cars are not a panacea Jeff Rudin | Mail and Guardian | 03 May, 2021 Life would be simple if the only problem with cars was their petrol engines. Alas, although the transition from fossil fuels

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A BRIEF HISTORY OF ESKOM – 1923-2015

A BRIEF HISTORY OF ESKOM – 1923-2015 Sandra Van Niekerk | Why Eskom Is In a Mess and What to Do About It This article is a brief excerpt of “A BRIEF HISTORY OF ESKOM – 1923-2015” by Sandra van

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Why Eskom Is In A Mess and What To Do About It

Why Eskom Is In A Mess and What To Do About It No matter who you are, no South African can avoid coming face to face with the crisis at Eskom. Load shedding puts a stop to daily life, closes

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Financing a Socially-Owned Transformed Eskom

Financing a Socially-Owned Transformed Eskom Eskom Research Reference Group | Eskom Transformed | 22 September 2020 In the last few summaries, we outlined a few of the biggest issues with the plan for an unbundled Eskom and a for-profit electricity

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