OUTA files legal challenge against NERSA to set aside three Karpowership licences

OUTA's Brendan Slade and adv. Stefanie Fick explains why OUTA says NERSA failed to act in the interests of South Africa. The power regulator failed to provide adequate reasons and failed to consider that the Karpowership 20-year “emergency” contracts will not resolve loadshedding but will instead tie South Africa into a deal costing an estimated R218 billion over two decades.
28 Apr 2022 English South Africa Politics

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