SAWEA signs a charter to push energy transformation

Senegal to receive US $91.5m for rural electrification

“The commitment from the industry is to be more deliberate in its intentions and to design programmes that address critical issues facing communities. It sees opportunities to sculpt a management and employment profile which reflects a fair and ethical culture that enables skills development and advancement for the young, the disadvantaged and for women; and to grow a people and ownership profile reflective of the demographics of our country,” said Tebogo Movundlela.

The local wind industry, and renewable power in general, is rapidly growing in South Africa as a result of the government’s renewable energy Independent Power Producers (IPP) procurement programme, which has attracted US $14bn in investment and 6328MW in procured green power.



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