Eskom fleshes out $10bn decarbonisation plan for South Africa

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Issue 443 - 22 Jul 2021 - By Dan Marks | 7 minute read

The political centre of gravity is shifting away from coal-fired plants in South Africa and Eskom hopes to use the run-in to the COP26 climate change conference in November to generate interest in its plan to retire some plants early, but much remains to be resolved if its ambitions are to be realised, writes Dan Marks.

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