Joburg hosts inaugural energy indaba

The city of Johannesburg is calling on industry players, academics, and entrepreneurs in the energy sector to help find innovative solutions to the ongoing electricity crisis. eNCA's Pule Letshwiti-Jones is following the discussions. Courtesy of #DStv403

JOHANNESBURG - City Power said it needs at least R26-billion to help deal with the energy crisis in the City of Johannesburg.

That emerged on Monday as the Metro hosted its first Energy Indaba at the Sandton Convention Centre.

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The two-day meeting is aimed at finding solutions that will move the City, at least partially, off Eskom's grid.

The power utility currently provides 90-percent of City's Power supply.


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