South African market: Key questions about South Africa’s promising PV market have largely gone unanswered for the past several years, amid political wrangling over the future national energy mix, and the mismanagement of troubled state utility Eskom. But now – following the recent ousting of former president Jacob Zuma, who has long championed costly investments in nuclear capacity – the ruling African National Congress (ANC) is positioned to take a fresh look at the government’s Integrated Resource Plan (IRP).
The Union Buildings in Pretoria house both the South African Government and the offices of the president. In the wake of the ousting of president Jacob Zuma, the ruling ANC party may now take a fresh look at the country’s energy strategy.
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