African Energy Indaba: Officials want Integrated Resource Plan to be implemented
The African Energy Indaba starts in Cape Town today.
The Department of Energy says it has started working on implementing the Integrated Resource Plan which requires a diversity of energy sources.
The conference is attended by such as industry experts, project developers, financiers, energy users, government officials and manufacturers.
Eyewitness News reporter Kevin Brandt has more.
Officials today highlighted the processes that are underway to ensure that the Integrated Resource Plan is now on track and what is outlined there is implemented.Kevin Brandt, Reporter- Eyewitness News
At the moment there are no specific timelines from the officials with regards to the IPPs.Kevin Brandt, Reporter- Eyewitness News
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