amendment schedule 2

S.Africa: Amendment to S2 gives effect to 2020 SONA commitments

Mineral resources & energy minister Gwede Mantashe has gazetted an amendment to Schedule 2 of the Electricity Regulation Act (ERA) in South Africa.
energy sector

NERSA invitations to comment on the two Ministerial Determinations

Legal practitioners from Webber Wentzel provide commentary on NERSA's invitations to comment on the two Ministerial Determinations.

Coal Transporters Forum loses court battle to IPPs

The Supreme High Court has ruled against the Coal Transporters Forum in a case that pursued the annulment of power purchase agreements with IPPs.

NERSA urged to expedite the procurement of emergency power supply

Op-Ed: It is imperative that NERSA expedites the public-participation process to urgently deal with South Africa's current energy supply deficit.

Op-Ed: NERSA asked to hold Eskom accountable on its RCA request

OUTA has asked NERSA to ensure that Eskom responds to the questions its officials couldn’t answer at the Cape Town public hearings on its price application.

Eskom’s court case against NERSA ruled as “not urgent”

On Monday the North Gauteng High Court decided that Eskom’s court case against NERSA will be heard as Part B of the review process.
Mantashe's speech

Op-Ed: Comments to Mantashe’s speech at #miningindaba2020

Webber Wentzel's sector experts respond to resources and energy minister Gwede Mantashe's speech delivered at #miningindaba2020.
Eskom RCA

Eskom RCA application: Utility presents its reasoning

The latest Eskom RCA will ensure "fairness for both the utility and electricity consumers" through the adjustment to future electricity tariffs.

Cape Town’s energy chief: “I can envisage an Eskom Lite scenario”

The City’s court case in which it seeks clarity with respect to the role of municipalities in the purchase of electricity from sources other than just Eskom is a ground-breaking issue..." says City of Cape Town's Executive Director of Energy.

Eskom: The likelihood of reaching Stage 8 of loadshedding is low

Responding to media reports, South Africa’s power utility Eskom has boldly stated that the likelihood of reaching Stage 8 of loadshedding is low.

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