Asked by TrivenB on 31-03-2021 12:59:25
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng
Just a general query which may affect me (hopefully:) going forward.
If I were to win the lotto today, one of my dreams would be to get my electrically off Eskoms grid and purchase at least one electric vehicle (EV).
Problem is that, at this point I would be legally only allowed to produce 1000kWh's per month. Should my EV use exceed this, would I be able to take legal action against Eskom for restricting my freedom of movement?
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