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Tag: Load shedding

Dawn invests in solutions to reduce load shedding losses

Distribution and Warehousing Network (Dawn,) a construction materials manufacturer, is investing R27m on installing uninterruptable power supplies (UPSes) at its operations across South Africa, in order to mitigate the negative impact...

Koeberg power station to shut down unit for three months

Eskom will shut a 930MW unit at its Koeberg nuclear power station for three months to perform regular maintenance, after implementing rolling blackouts for six straight days due to tight electricity supplies...

Koeberg power station’s “technical fault” may increase rolling blackouts

Eskom recently announced that a fault at the Koeberg nuclear power station has put half of Koeberg’s generation capabilities out of commission. Koeberg, in the Western Cape, has two units,...

Business powerless as Eskom flips the switch (again)

Eskom announced yesterday morning that the power grid is once again under strain and started Stage 1 loadshedding at 11am. This was ramped up to Stage 2 at 3pm and continued...

Loadshedding risk high as Medupi still not ready

Yesterday South Africans were warned that the risk of power cuts was high again after two more of Eskom’s generators failed. "Two generators failed and this is part of a...

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