Delay in Alternative Energy Bidding Will Cost Jobs

SAAEA 12 September 2012.

The Department of Energy has announced a delay in the submission date for the third window of bidding for renewable energy suppliers. Submissions were due next month but have now arbitrarily been delayed to May 2013. One of the biggest disincentives to doing business in South Africa is the lack of electricity availability. The department’s delay now exacerbates matters, ultimately at the expense of small businesses and the consumer…

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One thought on “Delay in Alternative Energy Bidding Will Cost Jobs

  1. Noting new for our government. They want to help grow small businesses to aid in the relieving of poverty but then do something like this. Wonder if we will ever see the government actually try to alleviate poverty.

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