Tapping into the abundant opportunities that renewable energy provides requires a restructuring of electricity services. Not just technically, but socio-politically. Is Africa up to this?
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Watts-up with electricity tariffs in Cape Town and what will you be paying? The 2015/16 draft residential electricity tariffs explained. These come into effect on 1 July 2015. For the 2016 /17 tariff which come into effect on 1 July 2016 go to: http://greenaudits.co.za/cape-town-domestic-electricity-2016-new-service-fee/ The increasing cost of electricity reflected in tariff hikes each […]
The government’s determination to build nuclear power stations regardless of the cheaper and environmentally risk free alternatives demonstrates political, not economically rational motives.
Small Scale Energy Generation & implications for residential PV – notes on webinar hosted by Brian Jones Head of Green Energy of City of Cape Town 11 09 2014 .
The good news is that once you understand the where and how of your electricity use it is quite do’ able to switch to energy efficient behaviour. As a result our electricity costs us LESS now than it did 6 years ago. Read about our energy saving tips.
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