The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) released reports that South Africa’s transformation process from coal-fired energy to clean energy may have additionally created 250,000 jobs within 25 years, and bring more than 10 billion US dollars (about 150 billion) for South African economy (about 150 billion)The total added value of Rand).GWEC pointed out that the current South African energy system relies on coal, and its greenhouse gas emissions account for about 5% of the world, and South Africa is still working hard to maintain energy supply stability.Wind energy can solve South African energy supply issues while reducing greenhouse gas emissions and significantly stimulating economic growth.According to South African Mineral Resources and Energy Statistics, the current wind energy is a very affordable energy in South Africa, accounting for 5% in 2020 to 2030 in 2030 in the South African energy structure.

South African green energy transformation can create 250,000 jobs within 25 years