South Africa Power Report 2021/22

21 Apr 2021

South Africa is in a race against time to ramp up electricity production to avoid further escalations in load-shedding and prevent the financial situation at Eskom spiralling further out of control. African Energy’s forthcoming South Africa Power Report 2021/22 examines the challenges facing each constituent part of the electricity supply industry – from generation, distribution, transmission to politics and macroeconomics – to provide a complete overview.

This new edition of the report will be published in April 2021. To pre-order and receive an exclusive 10% discount contact David Slater.

About the 2021/22 edition

A comprehensive guide to the risks, realities, opportunities and threats associated with entering South Africa’s electricity industry.

For the first time, this country power report also includes an in-depth look at the C&I market, providing need-to-know information on the market size, policy direction, regulatory requirements, tariffs and corporate PPAs.

Benefit from independent power generation forecasts based on the actual project development pipeline, with data drawn from African Energy Live Data – our proprietary database of more than 6,500 power projects and plants.

Key features
  • Critical analysis of policy and regulation governing the power sector
  • Details on the market structure and proposed reforms
  • Profiles of key players in the sector
  • Analysis of electricity supply and demand dynamics and a detailed five-year outlook
  • Identifying historic trends on installed capacity broken down by fuel, technology and provinces
  • Comprehensive information on in-development generation projects
  • African Energy’s own Risk Management Index
  • An overview of the macroeconomic climate and outlook
  • Natural gas resources and availability
Your questions answered
  • What impacts will Covid-19 have on the energy sector?
  • How will government planning address the expected electricity supply shortfall?
  • What steps are being taken to unlock the C&I market?
  • When will new IPP and other capacity be added?
  • Does coal have a continued role to play?
  1. Executive summary
  2. Risk Management Index
  3. Political overview
  4. Macroeconomic overview
  5. Power sector overview
  6. Policy
  7. Regulation
  8. Demand and supply analysis
  9. Resource availability
  10. Transmission and distribution
  11. Commercial & industrial market
  12. Competitive landscape
  13. Data review: installed capacity, 2010-2023

This new edition of the report will be published in April 2021.

To pre-order and receive an exclusive 10% discount contact David Slater.

Pre-order price £2,695.50 (then £2,995).

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