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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


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


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


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


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


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

Climate Jobs Booklet (2011)

One Million Climate Jobs