South Africa’s impact on the Southern African Power Pool (SAPP) market


Issue 466 - 04 Aug 2022 - By Dan Marks | 2 minute read

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has said  that Eskom will start to buy power through the Southern African Power Pool (SAPP). This development could have important repercussions for pricing dynamics on the SAPP market, changing the environment significantly for active members, as well as for independent power producers (IPPs) interested in selling to the pool.

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