Rapid change in the offing

January 2001
Finance Week;01/05/2001, p18
Discusses the growing importance of the role of South Africa in developing and applying alternative energy sources in sub-Saharan Africa. Development of fossil fuels used the nation's energy sector; Assessments on the natural gas sector; Changes in the small-scale distributed use of energy; Diverse energy supply and demand options.


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