On Monday, the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) invited comment on government’s plans to add 2,500MW in nuclear power to South Africa’s electricity mix by 2030. Currently, Africa’s only nuclear station, Koeberg, which has been running since 1984, delivers only 1,940MW – around 3.6% of South Africa’s electricity output. Government wants to increase nuclear to represent 5.6% of power production.
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The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA) is inviting public comment on the government’s plans for the procurement of 2500 MW of new nuclear generation capacity. The regulator has published a 21-page consultation paper on which the public has until 5 February to comment. It will then hold public hearings through online platforms.
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