REFIT was meant to draw investors to new power generation going into the future.
What does NPG stand for?
NPG stands for New Power Generation (Prince)
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The process is part of the government's plan to double South Africa's power supply by adding more than 50,000 megawatts of electricity to the grid, with 30 percent of new power generation slated to come from independent power producers.
The company plans to cooperate with an Australian research institution to develop the new power generation system, with an eye to beginning operations of a demonstration plant in 2013.
The grid needed the biggest expansion since the 1960s to accommodate new power generation by 2020, said the Electricity Networks Strategy Group.
Wind power is often the most attractive option for new power generation in both economic terms and in terms of increasing energy security, not to mention the environmental and economic development benefits, said GWEC chairman Arthouros Zervos.
4 /PRNewswire/ -- Globeleq Generation Limited, the developer of new power generation focused solely on the emerging markets of Africa, the Americas and Asia, announced today the appointment of a new Chief Executive Officer and a new Chairman of its Board of Directors.
LONDON, February 4 /PRNewswire/ -- - Long-time director Andrew Reicher takes over as CEO Globeleq Generation Limited, the developer of new power generation focused solely on the emerging markets of Africa, the Americas and Asia, announced today the appointment of a new Chief Executive Officer and a new Chairman of its Board of Directors.
It is good news that decisions are finally being made on how we will meet future energy needs as it is likely that any new power generation capacity will take at least 10 years before it provides any energy.