Developing a Strategy for Gas, Renewables and Hydrogen in South Africa

Developing a strategy for gas, renewables and hydrogen in South Africa.

There is still time to weigh in on the strategy for gas, renewables and hydrogen partnerships in South Africa.

The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA) has extended the deadline for comment on the consultation document to develop the strategy.

NERSA is asking for stakeholder comment, views and perspectives on the prospects of achieving a coordinated development of gas alongside renewable energy and hydrogen in the South African energy markets.

In particular, they want to gain insight into the current realities for gas in the evolving energy transition environment. They also want to explore the related opportunities and challenges that may be useful to charting the path forward to develop the gas industry in South Africa.

Submit comments on gas strategy

Stakeholders can provide written comments – submissions can be made on any or all the matters raised as questions in the consultation [below] document.

Information collected by NERSA during this consultation process will be used to inform the development of the strategy. Such information will not be attributed to a particular stakeholder, but a collective assessment of the views presented by stakeholders will be provided.

Written comments should be submitted to NERSA via email to: [email protected] or via post to:

The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA)
Executive Manager: Piped-Gas Regulation
Postal Address: PO Box 40343, Arcadia, 0007
Street Address: Kulawula House, 526 Madiba Street, Arcadia, Pretoria.

Queries concerning this consultation paper should be sent to [email protected].

the [below] document includes a brief summary of the issues under discussion, the consultation questions provided under specific themes, and an annexure providing background research on the study.

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