Norwegian energy company Scatec entered the SA market in 2010, and with 730MW of solar power generation in operation it is now one of the leading players in SA’s growing renewables industry.

It has won several bids under government-backed independent power producer (IPP) procurement programmes. In December last year it officially started producing and supplying electricity to the national grid from the three Kenhardt plants in the Northern Cape, one of the world’s largest hybrid solar and battery energy storage projects...

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