Cape Town To End Load-Shedding, Will Pay Small-Scale Energy Producers

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The City of Cape Town on Monday announced that it will now pay cash to small-scale embedded generation (SSEG) customers for the excess energy they produce and sell back to the City.

Announcing the big step toward ending load-shedding, Mayor Geordin Hill-Lewis said: “This morning, I met with over 50 members of Cape Town’s business community to announce two important steps in the City’s journey to ending load-shedding and becoming energy secure.”

Hill-Lewis added: “The City of Cape Town will now pay cash to small-scale embedded generation (SSEG) customers for the excess energy they produce and sell back to the City”

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