Posts tagged as Chris Yelland

Audio: Chris Yelland on the Eskom crisis and the way forward

  EE Publishers’ Chris Yelland speaks to Bruce Whitfield on the Radio 702/Cape Talk “Money Show” about Eskom’s War Room and 5-point plan to address the electricity crisis in South Africa. He discusses what the future holds in terms of load shedding; NERSA’s announcement that end-users will settle Eskom’s diesel bill by 2016; independent power […]

Electricity problems converge as Eskom CEO departs

  by Chris Yelland, investigative editor, EE Publishers With former Eskom CEO Brian Dames’ recent resignation, Eskom must now face enormous problems led by an acting CEO with no direct experience of running a major state-owned enterprise or a business the size of Eskom, or of managing projects with the size and technical complexity of […]

Video: The state of energy in Africa

Following the recent IMF Annual Meeting, CNBC Africa hosted a special panel discussion and debate at the Wits Business School in Johannesburg to discuss South Africa’s role in the global energy market. The discussion focused on the state of energy in Africa and how the business sector is addressing these challenges and the implications of […]

Eskom, BHP Billiton and the secret commodity-linked electricity pricing deals

A presentation to the South African National Energy Association by Chris Yelland, EE Publishers Johannesburg, May 2011 Chairman of SANEA, ladies and gentlemen, I would like to thank SANEA for the invitation to present this evening. And this especially at a time when the media in the UK is becoming increasingly discredited and demonised in the ongoing scandal […]