An alarming picture emerges as Eskom’s liquidity dries up

A final draft report from Eskom to its shareholder for the second quarter of 2017 ending 30 September 2017 paints an alarming picture of funding difficulties and declining liquidity (cash and cash equivalents plus investments in securities), primarily driven by perceptions of poor governance. The report, which has been viewed by EE Publishers and Fin24, provides […]

The renewable energy, new coal and gas-to-power IPP programmes in SA – quo vadis?

South Africa’s energy sector is at the cross roads in an uncertain and incoherent policy environment caused by the self-induced chaos of the Zuma administration, with three ministers of energy in 2017 alone, and further political change likely after the ANC’s elective conference in mid-December 2017. According to Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba, failures of governance, […]

Testing the acoustical noise of a generator set and interpreting the data

A growing number of businesses find that large, heavy-duty generator sets are critically important to their operations, whether for continuous, prime or standby power. Not surprisingly, large generator sets produce high levels of noise that often must be mitigated to meet local, state and federal regulations or directives. This usually involves key decisions about the […]

Delegates briefed on energy storage technologies and developments in SA

Dylan Tudor-Jones, the country manager for Gransolar Group in South Africa, opened the Large Scale Solar Power Event at Nedbank in Sandton recently by reminding the audience of an old joke regarding the invention of a solar-powered torch. Today, however, solar-powered torches are a reality and are the often one of the easiest ways to […]

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