Archive: Energy crisis
Nersa is proposing a new electricity pricing structure to reflect South Africa’s evolving and diversifying energy market.
Energy storage such as grid batteries and pumped hydro can address the electricity crisis and ease load-shedding, according to the new study.
Strategy documents from one of the world’s largest fossil gas lobby reveal the industry’s campaigns to lock in fossil gas and stall progression to net zero worldwide. Analysis of the documents, published by the think tank InfluenceMap, shows the International Gas Union (IGU) has sought to redefine the role of gas in the face of growing […]
The EU is firmly on its clean energy transition, with renewables and green technologies at the front and centre of new economic partnerships.
The law to allow an Integrated Energy Plan (IEP) will come into operation in April 2024, raising questions on the further 12 months of delay.
Spain is investing in South Africa’s green transition to develop renewable energy, electric vehicles and water projects.
New analysis reveals how industry lobbying is successfully obstructing progress to net zero and the associated socio-economic benefits.