The World Economic Forum (WEF) has highlighted South Africa as one of the countries making the strongest progress in energy transition alongside other African countries and other emerging economies.

In a report released this week, the country ranked 84th out of 120 countries on the WEF’s list of 120 nations that have made some advancements in energy transition. This comes as South Africa develops a dynamic electricity market that will see the state-run Eskom compete with independent power producers for residential and business customers. ..

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