Gold Fields will build SA’s largest self-use solar power plant, cutting R120m or a quarter of its annual electricity bill and a fifth of its indirect carbon dioxide emissions. 

Gold Fields, which has the South Deep mine near Carletonville, Gauteng, as its only asset in SA, will build a R660m, 40MW solar array at the operation, replacing a fifth of the electricity it sources from Eskom. ..

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