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Minister of Public Enterprises Lynne Brown. (News24)
Minister of Public Enterprises Lynne Brown. (News24)

Johannesburg - Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown's appointment of two “green” board members shows that she is ready for the state utility to take a second look at renewable power.

Fin24 understands that the minister was intent to balance the board with green experts that could bring new voices and views into critical discussions.

Brown said she specifically searched for new board members with “green energy experience”, indicating that Eskom in future might be more reconciliatory toward renewables and improved environmental management.

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