From leader to losing out

Gedye, Lloyd
December 2016
Finweek;12/15/2016, p32
The article focuses on the clean renewable energy sector in South Africa as well as efforts of electricity utility Eskom in pursuing nuclear energy in the country. It provides an overview of the solar energy industry as well as clean energy investment, which has increased more than twice that of spending on coal and gas-fired power generation.


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