South Africa’s energy crisis catalyses the local energy transition (EN)

On February 9, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa declared a “state of disaster” over his country’s crippling power shortages, saying they posed an existential threat to the economy and social fabric. He pledged to end the energy crisis that threatens economic and political stability.

Renewable energy: a solution to mitigate the energy crisis

Loadshedding is a well-known phrase among South Africa’s population. Scheduled and unscheduled power outages have become a reality for years. One crucial cause is that the vast majority of South Africa’s electricity is supplied by a fleet of coal-fired power stations that have been overused and under-maintained for years. Click here to read full article