Like all countries South Africa needs energy security and access to energy for all. Can these objectives be achieved through renewable energy resources? If so how quickly? Do we first have to go dirty and then clean up later? Or can we realistically leapfrog the dirty development phase? If this scenario is possible, what suite of interconnected simultaneous policies, investments and technological advancements would have to take place?
How will the rising cost of energy impact on development in South Africa and what interventions can industrial, commercial, agricultural and residential users introduce to counter these impacts in the short and medium term.
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