South African wind power can help absorb coal industry job losses, Siemens Gamesa says

Coal-fired energy stations provide 80% of the nation’s energy, and about 120,000 jobs in South Africa rely upon the coal trade. That creates political and social boundaries to lowering coal reliance. Winand argues that wind energy can present new vitality for South Africa quicker than any different supply, and might compensate for lots of the jobs that may be misplaced in coal.

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