Overview of the South African Electricity Industry (2010 Update)

 


The South African electricity industry is currently in a state of high activity as a result of the challenges facing the industry in the medium term. Generation capacity is rapidly being depleted with a serious risk of load shedding before the end of 2012. As a result, serious attention should be given to the industry with a specific focus on planning and legislative changes to enable private investment into energy in South Africa. Government has recently developed a 20 year electricity plan for South Africa (IRP 2010) and this research service takes a critical look at this document and practicality of changing the energy mix and competitive landscape in South Africa within the context of global warming and globalisation.

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Table of Contents

Overview of the South African Electricity Industry (2010 Update), Executive SummaryIntroductionTable of ContentsAim and ObjectivesSummary of the Key FindingsOverview of the South African Electricity Industry (2010 Update), Developments in 2010 that will Continue to Shape the South African Electricity IndustryIntroductionKey Electricity End-usersOverview of the South African Electricity Industry (2010 Update), Key Market Drivers and RestraintsIntroductionMarket DriversMarket RestraintsOverview of the South African Electricity Industry (2010 Update), Components of the IRP 2010IntroductionIRP 2010 Explained and DiscussedOverview of the South African Electricity Industry (2010 Update), MTRMP for Electricity in South AfricaIntroductionMTRMP 2010 Explained and DiscussedOverview of the South African Electricity Industry (2010 Update), Outlook in 2011IntroductionKey Decisions in 2011Overview of the South African Electricity Industry (2010 Update), About Frost & SullivanIntroductionFrost & Sullivan




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