German consortium vgbe’s report for the National Treasury on Eskom’s coal-fired power stations has left many questions unanswered, including why it took the Treasury six months to release the report.

It has also not, as many expected, provided detailed analysis of the cost and viability of extended the life of those stations that are due for decommissioning between now and 2030...

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