SA’s electricity crisis | Cheaper solar light at end of tunnel

CAPE TOWN – The Western Cape has received a much-needed boost in its quest for a green economy.

Ener-G-Africa, a multi-faceted African company tackling climate change challenges, has launched its new 15 megawatts per annum women-led solar panel assembly plant in Cape Town.

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The plant will focus on making smaller solar panels to serve low-income households across Sub-Saharan Africa.

The opening of the facility comes as the City of Cape Town is planning to move away from Eskom’s grid.

* eNCA’s Ayesha Ismail reports.

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