With African carbon credits still in the slow lane, SA offers hope

Issue 161 - 25 Apr 2009 | 7 minute read

South Africa’s generous new renewable energy feed-in tariff (Refit) regime, announced by the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa), is a potentially significant catalyst for Africa’s slow-moving carbon credits market. The new regime is designed to spur potential wind, mini-hydro, landfill-gas and solar power investments, where carbon credits are available

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