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The body responsible for facilitating the government’s procurement of renewable energy from independent power producers (IPPs) has called for greater co-ordination to end delays in the approval of new projects that are compounding the nationwide shortage of electricity.

The delays are in part the result of Eskom’s previous refusal to sign new power purchase agreements (PPAs) with winning bidders, along with litigation by losing bidders and outstanding regulatory approvals...

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