Engineering News – ONLINE
18 September 2014
Despite apparent legitimate reasoning behind State-owned power utility Eskom’s electricity tariff increases, increased costs would undoubtedly hurt those in the lower portion of South Africa’s income distribution,consulting firm Frost & Sullivan Africa energy and environmental research associate Thembie Chehore said on Thursday.
Chehore pointed out that the utility’s tariff increases had grown from a modest rate of 5.1% in 2006/7 to a peak of 31.3% in 2009/10. Read more…