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A list of predictions for 2022 did not allude to electricity tariffs being a factor for the new year. However, it has cropped up as a point of discussion in South Africa, Nigeria and Uganda.
A non-profit organisation in Uganda representing local businesses has petitioned members of Parliament to review electricity and water tariffs.
Tanzania National Electric Supply Company (Tanesco) has announced an 18% increase on electricity connection tariffs.
The approved flat rate across all electricity tariffs in Zimbabwe will allow Zesa to focus on expanding the grid and on maintenance. This will ensure high quality services are delivered to the citizens of Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) has, in terms of Section 53 of the Electricity Act and effective on the 1st of January 2022, increased electricity tariffs by 12.3%.
In his New Year message the President of Namibia, Hage Geingob says that the green hydrogen industry will strengthen Namibia’s renewable energy footprint and will result in competitive electricity tariffs.
Improving electricity access and reliability are fundamental to ensuring that Ethiopia meets its growth and poverty reduction ambitions. The government has started to make major investments in the power sector, and has recently embarked...
While Eskom has confirmed they are asking for a 20.5% tariff hike for 2023, the figure is being obscured by a spat around procedure between the utility and NERSA.