Picture: 123RF/PETKOV
Picture: 123RF/PETKOV

Gold Fields has been given the go-ahead by the group’s board to spend R660m on what will be the largest solar power plant in SA’s mining industry.

The project will help the company reduce its reliance on Eskom for electricity and in the long run it help Gold Fields save on its power bill.

Business Day TV’s Alishia Seckam spoke to Martin Preece, executive vice-president of Gold Fields SA, for more detail on the project.

Gold Fields SA executive vice-president Martin Preece talks to Business Day TV about building SA’s largest solar power plant

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