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By: Terence Creamer 16th December 2022 German Vice Chancellor Robert Habeck, who is also Minister of Economic Affairs and Climate Action, made two provocative points during the fourth... →
By: Terence Creamer 9th December 2022 Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) has attempted to put a positive gloss on its recent attempt to sell 16 slots on its Cape and Container corridors that... →
By: Terence Creamer 2nd December 2022 By this time next week, Eskom is likely, against the advice of some, to have shut Koeberg Unit 1 for an extended refuelling and maintenance... →
Recovery with risks
By: Terence Creamer 25th November 2022 Besides the shock resignation of acting generation MD Rhulani Mathebula, who himself stepped in to the role when Phillip Dukashe resigned in May,... →
Just the start
By: Terence Creamer 18th November 2022 It has been a big couple of weeks for South Africa’s nascent and, at times, half-heartedly supported just energy transition. It began on the... →
Stop playing politics
By: Terence Creamer 11th November 2022 Recent events confirm that, while South Africa’s energy transition is firmly under way, political obstacles persist – ones that are undermining not... →
End of the road?
By: Terence Creamer 4th November 2022 After more than ten years of resistance, several years of defiance and many false starts in finding an acceptable resolution, Finance Minister... →
By: Terence Creamer 28th October 2022 The recent unveiling of the four independent power producers (IPPs) that succeeded in navigating Eskom’s inaugural leasing of grid-ready land in... →
Cause versus effect
By: Terence Creamer 21st October 2022 The fabricated argument that the energy transition is to blame for loadshedding in South Africa, rather than the dismal performance of Eskom’s coal... →
By: Terence Creamer 14th October 2022 Given the urgency to inject new electricity into South Africa’s load-shedding-prone grid, it is crucial that the procurement rhythm for utility... →