As the spectre of load-shedding continues to haunt the SA economy, the search for ways to plug the energy supply gap continues in earnest, and power ships want a seat at the table.

Power ships are vessels that can travel to any shore across the globe. With fuel and their own grid substation on board, they simply plug into the existing infrastructure onshore and feed power into the grid...

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