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Medupi: Eskom’s R105bn project

Posted by on Sep 4, 2015 in Loadshedding |

Lephalale – President Jacob Zuma opened South Africa’s first new power plant in 20 years on Sunday with a warning that the country’s perennial energy shortages were hampering economic growth. Construction on the six-unit, 4 764 MW Medupi plant near Lephalale, about 350km north of Johannesburg, was started in 2007 but the first 794...

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Fuel cell technology is the answer to load shedding

Posted by on Aug 24, 2015 in Loadshedding |

Many companies were of the opinion that fuel cell technology was an alternative to the major problems South Africa had been experiencing with load shedding. These were some of the comments made at the first annual HYSA (Hydrogen SA) meeting held in Cape Town. The purpose of the meeting was to promote technical and commercial interaction between the HySA...

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Portable solar power products empower Cape Town communities

Posted by on Aug 24, 2015 in Loadshedding |

The Sungrid Group, developer, manufacturer and distributor of portable (solar) power and lighting products, has partnered with The Community Chest of the Western Cape to both power and empower Cape Town’s rural and township communities. “A key part of our company’s focus is to have our products make a difference in the lives of others,” says Hugo Blaisse,...

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How we use electricity in South Africa

Posted by on Aug 17, 2015 in Loadshedding |

While Eskom published better than expected financial results for the year ended March 2015, it’s power delivery remains under strain. Load shedding is set to continue for the next 18 months, public enterprises minister Lynne Brown recently said, as Eskom, which supplies approximately 95% of the country’s power, continues to battle a number of issues most...

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City to put cameras at sub-stations

Posted by on Aug 3, 2015 in Loadshedding |

CAMERAS will be installed at the electricity sub-stations in Pietermaritzburg to prevent scrap metal thieves from further vandalising the installations. The initiative, spearheaded initially by the Business Fighting Crime organisation last year, has been approved by the city council. This was according to Business Fighting Crime (BFC) chairperson Zinhle...

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