Sasol signs renewable energy deals for SA
The chemicals and energy group aims to procure 1,200MW of renewable energy by 2030
Chemicals and energy group Sasol has signed three power purchase agreements (PPA) to supply renewable energy to its SA operation, as it looks to move away from the troubled state-owned power utility Eskom and record-high levels of load-shedding.
The company signed a long-term agreement with Msenge Emoyeni Wind Farm to supply 69MW of wind power to its operations in Sasolburg, with supply expected to start in 2024...
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