Legal 500 Country Comparative Guides - Renewable Energy

An overview on Renewable Energy in the Legal 500 country comparative guide.

20 Dec 2022 1 min read Article

At a glance

  • The renewable energy industry in South Africa has experienced significant growth in the last decade. In 2008 renewable energy made up only 0.63% of South Africa’s electricity production, but by 2021, this percentage had risen to 13.7%. Coal however still accounts for 84.4% electricity production.
  • South Africa used the COP 26 platform to secure an ambitious and progressive finance and adaptation
    package of R131 billion from developed nations (including France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America) to help South Africa with achieving a just and inclusive transition to green energy.

Tessa Bewis, Margo-Ann Werner, Madoda Koti, Anton Ackerman, and Louis Botha provided an overview on Renewable Energy in the Legal 500 country comparative guide.

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