State of the South African Electricity Industry 2011

Substantial Generation Capacity Growth and Diversification Planned to Meet Rising Demand


The research service investigates the development of the South African electricity market through the course of 2011. The study analyses changes in policy that are set to regulate the development of the market as a whole. Furthermore, future growth in generation technologies is analysed, and the potential relative impact the future generation mix development could have for the country is assessed. Further analysis is given regarding the country's planned developments of renewable power, the independent power producer market development, price path analysis, and carbon taxation. Lastly, the research service looks at the main developments expected in 2012.

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