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The implications of an announcement by President Cyril Ramaphosa that municipalities that are financially viable

The mediated conversation on the implications of an announcement by President Cyril Ramaphosa that municipalities that are financially viable and are being governed well will be allowed to procure power from IPPs.
Guests: CEO of the SA Wind Energy Association Ntombifuthi Ntuli
Head of Energy and Electricity at SALGA Nhlanhla Ngidi
Acting Executive Manager for Electricity, responsible for licensing and compliance enforcement

SOURCE: https://iono.fm/e/817046

Wind power as an alternative source of energy

THE VOICE OF THE CAPE  |  DRIVETIME

As we wade deeper into the Eskom crisis, energy experts continue to push more alternative forms of power supply. One of the areas of interest that has come up is wind power and how that can meet the demands of electricity supply in South Africa. Joining us on the show this afternoon is Ntombi-futhi Ntuli, CEO of the South African Wind Energy Association

South Africa: Local content to boost wind energy capacity

The South African Wind Energy Association (SAWEA) estimates that South Africa will need to produce roughly 640 wind turbines each year until 2029 to meet the energy goals outlined in the country’s Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) announced last month.READ MORE

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