Eskom looks to greater private role but “you’ve got to fix the tariffs”
- 25 Apr 2009
| 7 minute read
Eskom says it’s now keen to see the South African power market open up to more players, but the utility is painfully aware that such a move would need better policy leadership than at present, writes Thalia Griffiths. Eskom chairman Bobby Godsell has a vision for South Africa in which badly needed infrastructure spending is used as the motor to protect the economy from global recession.
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