[LISTEN] Eskom's green energy programme: What's the deal?

Eskom argues that renewable energy isn’t always available during peak demand periods.

CAPE TOWN - South Africa’s green energy programme, the fastest growing one in the world, is lauded just about everywhere.

Despite this, it faces opposition from Eskom while government infighting adds more uncertainty.

Eskom argues that renewable energy isn’t always available during peak demand periods. The parastatal also claims it will make electricity more expensive.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed professor Harald Winkler, director at University of Cape Town’s Energy Research Centre.

Listen to the SoundCloud above for more details.

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