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Of course everyone is rightly horrified by the latest steep increase in electricity tariffs and the continuing turmoil in the industry. All kinds of dire consequences are apparently to be visited upon those who consume more than their fair share. So much for price signals – the price/demand curve seems to be totally inelastic, a lesson that one cannot but hope will sink in to the powers-that-be behind the carbon tax… (more)

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by Mark Botha and Chris Yelland, EE Publishers

The debate around hydraulic fracturing in the Karoo is an issue of national and public interest. Shale gas extraction has the potential, some say, to change the face of the country’s power industry and improve the lives of millions of South Africans. Public opinion, however, is a powerful force well-known to have hampered the nuclear industry in the past… (more)

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