The US remains committed, as one of the international partners to SA’s Just Energy Transition Partnership, to supporting “the just piece” of the transition, said  US treasury secretary Janet Yellen, who is in SA this week.

During a visit on Friday to the US-funded Nkangala Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TEVT) College in Emalahleni, which is providing skills to local women to prepare them to work in the renewable energy sector, Yellen said it was good to “see first-hand the difference that SA’s Just Energy Transition Partnership can make in advancing an energy transition in communities like this and ensuring the transition delivers on the ‘just’ promise”...

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