South Africa’s energy sector is on the cusp of a significant transformation. The traditional reliance on Eskom as the sole source of electricity is giving way to a more diversified and market-driven approach, with energy aggregators emerging as key players.

Energy aggregators act as intermediaries, buying electricity from independent power producers (IPPs) and selling it to multiple consumers, or off-takers, through a process called wheeling. This creates wholesale and retail markets for electricity...

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