Jardine believes load shedding can be ended in four years

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Change Starts Now leader Roger Jardine believes that load shedding can be ended in four years.

Jardine, who has recently formed the political movement, briefed the media in Braamfontein, Johannesburg on its policies ahead of the 2024 elections.

Jardine says one way of ending the country’s rolling blackouts is through a private-public partnership.

Jardine says, “The experts are telling us that we can realistically end load shedding in three to four years, through a relentless focus on a few key variables. Here they are, we must increase solar and storage for households, factories and businesses.”

“We must reduce the rate of preventable breakdowns at power stations and stabilize energy production, we must ensure that the private and public sector work together to enable speedy grid connections”, Jardine adds.