South Africa’s $8.5bn climate deal starts to take shape


Issue 463 - 21 Jun 2022 - By Dan Marks

South Africa’s $8.5bn Just Energy Transition Partnership is starting to take shape, with Eskom committing to decommission more than 20GW of coal by 2035 and promising more than $6.3bn to be invested in transmission upgrades. But there are also concerns about the direction of travel as the government separately considers adding new coal and gas capacity.

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