In 2011, South Africa led the way in renewable energy planning, with the newly created independent power producer (IPP) procurement office working to get green energy on the national grid.

The brainchild of the National Treasury and the Development Bank of Southern Africa, the model was replicated around the world. Only, back home it went nowhere. ..

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