The powerships from Turkey that are due to be moored at South African ports, providing power to our grid by July next year may finally be sunk by the Department of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment. For more, Clement Manyatela speaks to Karpowership SA Spokesperson,Kay Sexwale. Courtesy #DStv403
JOHANNESBURG - The powerships due to be moored at South African ports have failed all three environmental tests.
Earlier this week, Parliament's portfolio committee on mineral resources was asked to look into the contracts for these ships, and just how cheap and clean the energy would be.
The Turkish ships were meant to provide power to our grid by July next year.
Karpowership SA spokesperson, Kay Sexwale says they plan to appeal their rejection.