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Tatham et al - 2024 - Assessing the economy-wide effect of localising renewable energy value chains in South Africa.pdf (2.33 MB)

ESRG Working paper - Assessing the economy-wide effect of localising renewable energy value chains in South Africa

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posted on 2024-05-27, 06:48 authored by Julia Tatham, Jesse Burton, Natasha McDaid, bruno merven, Bryce Mc CallBryce Mc Call, Guy Cunliffe, Tara Caetano

This working paper synthesizes existing research and policy on the localisation efforts within the South African context, and with the aid of the SATIMGE energy-economy model, provides an initial modelled assessment of the economy-wide effects of higher levels of local manufacturing of components of renewable energy technologies for the South African electricity sector, within the context of long-term pathways aligned with international goals to limit warming to well below 2°C.

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European Commission - DG Climate Action (CLIMA)

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Energy Systems Research Group, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Cape Town

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