University of Cape Town's K. O. Akpeji writes about the realities of rapid small-scale photovoltaic embedded generation deployment in South Africa.
The future of Kenya Power as the grid connector remains an urgent question if it is to continue operating as a commercially viable entity.
NERSA confirms receiving approval to process licence applications for self-generation facilities of above 1MW.
South Africans can expect as much as a 15% increase in their electricity costs from mid-2021 but large-scale grid defection is not ideal.
NERSA has released a list of municipalities with approved small-scale embedded generation (SSEG) tariff structures.
SAPVIA board member Frank Spencer comments on the upcoming SANS codes for the safe connection of small-scale embedded generation installation to low-voltage grids.
The SABS has approved commercial installation standards up to 1MW for the safe operation of embedded generation for consumers, installers and grid operators.
Ed's Note: It’s not news that S.Africa’s energy sector is in turmoil. Leading the fray is its power utility Eskom but things are afoot to escape disaster.
Lamo Solar, a young black-owned small solar energy company, is working towards making renewable energy accessible to all South Africans and into Africa.
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