December 1, 2009

Eskom Free House

Life beyond Eskom Earthlife Africa member, Thea Holm, shows us how her family generates all their own electricity from the sun and collects all the water […]
August 20, 2009

Earthlife Submission on REFIT II

On the 20th of August 2009, Earthlife Africa Jhb made a submission to NERSA on its proposals for further expansion to the Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariff. […]
June 2, 2009

Earthlife Africa Jhb’s Submission on Eskom Price Hikes 2009

On the 15th of May 2009, NERSA published Eskom’s application for a 34% tariff increase. Below is a summary of Earthlife Africa Jhb’s submission on Eskom’s […]
May 11, 2009

SENSE Number 55 April 2009

SUSTAINABLE ENERGY NEWS on EMAIL (SENSE) Number 55: April 2009 ——————————————————————————————————- Welcome! SENSE is a service of the Sustainable Energy and Climate Change Project (SECCP) of […]
April 21, 2009

Submission on Eskom Passing Through Costs

NERSA sent out a call for submission regarding its regulatory rules for “passing through costs” in regards to independent power producers. Essentially, Eskom is seeking permission […]
April 15, 2009

Carbon and South Africa’s Moral Obligation

The Poorest in Africa will Suffer the most from Climate Change Published in The Sunday Independent, 1st of March 2009 By Ferrial Adam and Tristen Taylor […]
December 4, 2008

Sustainable Energy Briefing 17: Renewable Energy Costs

With Eskom negotiating with the World Bank for a US$5 billion dollar loan to finance a part of its planned R1 trillion expansion plan, there is […]
November 4, 2008

Press Release: March for Free Basic and Clean Electricity

On Thursday the 30th of October 2008, Earthlife Africa Jhb and the Anti-Privatisation Forum will be marching on the Department of Minerals & Energy, Eskom, and the City of Johannesburg. Communities across Gauteng are protesting to demand a decent, meaningful Free Basic Allocation of electricity and for increased generation of electricity from renewable resources. On Thursday the 30th of October 2008, Earthlife Africa Jhb and the Anti-Privatisation Forum will be marching on the Department of Minerals & Energy, Eskom, and the City of Johannesburg. Communities across Gauteng are protesting to demand a decent, meaningful Free Basic Allocation of electricity and for increased generation of electricity from renewable resources. [...}
October 30, 2008

Press Release: Disappointment in Manuel’s Delay of 2c/kWh Levy on Fossil Fuel Power Generation

Press Release: Disappointment in Manuel’s Delay of 2c/kWh Levy on Fossil Fuel Power Generation Earthlife Africa Jhb 22nd of October 2008 Earthlife Africa Jhb is disappointed […]