SA could be 'flagship' of just energy transition - Eskom official

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The energy transition is more than just a switch to renewables, but also an imperative for energy access, say industry experts.
The energy transition is more than just a switch to renewables, but also an imperative for energy access, say industry experts.
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Energy access and clean energy go hand in hand when it comes to a just transition, according to energy experts.

About 600 million people in sub-Saharan Africa are without electricity access, and those that do have access are subject to power cuts, according to a World Bank official.

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