The typical quality of conservation around electricity prices in South Africa is so low as to be worthless. Cry after cry about it being “unfair” or “it will drive inflation” or any number of issues, while all the time disregarding that if Eskom doesn’t make money, we pay for it through taxes in any case. […]
Ok, so Tokelau isn’t the biggest country around, but as the first country to move to 100% solar electricity generation, it’s still notable. They won’t be the last. Keep watching to see how, slowly, renewable energy makes a fundamental difference to energy in our lifetime.