Eskom May Use $11 Billion Cash It Forecasts on S. Africa NuclearBy
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South Africa’s state-owned electricity utility forecasts it will have more than 150 billion rand ($11 billion) in 10 years’ time, money it could use to fund the country’s proposed plan to build nuclear power plants.
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