Strategic management for electricity supply sustainability in South Africa
Benedict Belobo Ateba and
Johannes Jurgens Prinsloo
Utilities Policy, 2019, vol. 56, issue C, 92-103
This study focuses on the effective strategic management of electricity in South Africa. We applied a content analysis to the existing literature. The findings point out that various strategic management failures and the lack of an integrated approach have been a major stumbling block to energy supply sustainability in the country. The review process followed a purposeful search, selection, and review of publications with the literature on the most critical concerns. This paper recommends an integrated strategic management framework as an effective approach to achieving electricity supply sustainability in South Africa.
Keywords: Electricity management; Supply crisis; Sustainability; Integrated systems (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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