The draft Integrated Resources Plan (IRP) 2023, meant to replace the 2019 version, has been criticised widely for lack of detail and failure to provide viable and affordable solutions to SA’s energy crisis.

Experts say that the plan, a road map for energy planning and private and public procurement of new generation capacity, undermines SA’s aspirations to grow the economy and achieve energy security by speeding up investment in new renewable energy...

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