15 November 2013
The phenomenal development of South Africa’s renewable energy industry has gained momentum quietly since President Jacob Zuma’s committment four years ago at the fifteenth Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change to ease the carbon intensity of the country, World Wide Fund for Nature South Africa (WWF-SA) chairperson Valli Moosa said on Friday.
Speaking at the WWF-SA 2013 Living Planet conference, in Sandton, he said the nation had become one of the world’s biggest centres for renewable-energy developments, with over 3 900 MW of renewable-energyprojects under construction. Read more
SA’s renewables projects become one of world’s largest initiatives
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