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South Africa’s newest wind farm started commercial operation against the background of an increasingly bitter policy row that today saw its energy minister wade in to underline the “irreversible” role of renewables in the country’s future economy, amid fears that its cornerstone initiative is under threat.

Minister says renewables 'key and lasting' amid South Africa policy row

South Africa’s newest wind farm started commercial operation against the background of an increasingly bitter policy row that today saw its energy minister wade in to underline the “irreversible” role of renewables in the country’s future economy, amid fears that its cornerstone initiative is under threat.

South Africa’s newest wind farm started commercial operation against the background of an increasingly bitter policy row that today saw its energy minister wade in to underline the “irreversible” role of renewables in the country’s future economy, amid fears that its cornerstone initiative is under threat.