The national transmission company that will enable a competitive electricity market could start trading as an independent subsidiary by November.

Officials from the department of public enterprises told parliament’s select committee on public enterprises & communication, that now that the energy regulator has approved the three licences (transmission, trading and import & export) needed for the transmission company to be operationalised, it could start trading by November...

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