what is the future of coal industry in south africa in india

what is the future of coal industry in south africa in india

COAL TRANSITION IN SOUTH AFRICA 5 energy pathway for South Africa. This points that there is a need for planning for South Africa’s due to the rela-tive economics of new supply options alone. Even with limited implementation of climate change policy, coal is no longer South Africa’s future.

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