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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