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The department of mineral resources and energy issued a statement on Wednesday saying it had not conducted a survey to determine where the licensing threshold for embedded generation should be set but had received public comments to this effect.
In April, minister Gwede Mantashe proposed setting the threshold at 10MW, meaning anyone who wanted to build a bigger private generation facility would need to apply for a licence from the National Energy Regulator of SA (Nersa)...
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