Mines could spend R60 billion to fight load-shedding

South African mining companies could spend 60 billion rand ($3.8 billion) on renewable energy projects, helping to ease the country’s electricity supply crisis. The industry is planning 3,900 megawatts of solar, wind and battery energy projects, which could supplement supplies from state-owned utility Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd., Roger Baxter, chief executive officer of Minerals Council of South Africa, said Tuesday …

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