Southern Africa's cluster of power grids is established in regard to transmission and generation infrastructure and the trading mechanisms that help balance localized shortages. South Africa is among the most stable and largest electricity producers in sub-Saharan Africa. Power grids in Southern Africa developed in large part due to the early influence of demands from the power-intensive copper mining industry in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and in Zambia.
Power grids in Southern Africa developed in large part due to the early demands from the mining industry. Countries now hope to develop electricity markets characterized by competition as much as cooperation....
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