In 2011 we could have ended the Eskom crisis, reduced residential carbon emissions and had healthier air to breathe

August 2008 saw the first of South Africa’s rolling blackouts (load shedding). Three years later, the R360 billion financing of two massive coal-fired power stations – Kusile and Medupi – was approved. At around the same time, financing to move the country toward a very different energy future was proposed: a Green Bond to pay …

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