Posts tagged as Eskom

OUTA files complaint against Eskom with Competition Commission

  On 17 February 2016, the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) lodged a formal complaint, evidence and detailed submission to the Competition Commission, alleging anti-competitive behaviour and abuse of dominant market position by Eskom, the national electricity utility of South Africa. OUTA is a civil action organisation in South Africa that investigates, exposes, litigates and […]

Full unredacted Dentons report on Eskom dated 2 July 2015

  Herewith the full unredacted Dentons report on Eskom dated  2 July 2015 (reflecting the state of the investigation as at 18 June 2015), made available to EE Publishers by Sikonathi Mantshantsha of Financial Mail. 339384926 Dentons Report on the Investigation Into Eskom on Scribd

Total transparency is essential

  When considering a project as large as a nuclear power station new-build, absolute transparency is essential. David Nicholls, Eskom’s chief nuclear officer, speaking to EE Publisher’s Chris Yelland recently, said Eskom will do what it can to avoid secrecy and will publish information publicly. If the power utility wishes to allay fears about lack […]

Calling out the wolf in sheep’s clothing

  The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA), a non-profit civil action organisation, has studied the recent interview of Eskom’s David Nicholls by Chris Yelland of EE Publishers and offers the following response. Eskom’s commences its inquiry by assuming we can only build traditional “baseload power”. It then shoots down the gas option as “will cost […]

Eskom reveals which countries will bid for nuclear deal

  Fin24 reports that Eskom says 27 companies have indicated their intention to provide a response to the power utility’s Request for Information (RFI) for the proposed 9,6 GW nuclear new build programme. This includes four major nuclear vendors from China (SNPTC), France (EDF), Russia (Rosatom) and South Korea (Kepco). Rosatom and EDF issued statements […]

Electricity supply industry restructuring: options for the organisation of government assets

  This report dated April 2016 was produced by Genesis Analytics for Trade and Industry Policy Strategies (TIPS) for Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA), and is made available by EE Publishers in the public and the industry interest. The introduction to the Genesis report is given below. Click here to read the full report Introduction From 2007 […]

Companies secure Eskom’s vow to not cut electricity

  Eight companies with extensive industrial operations which need uninterrupted power supply filed an urgent court application to stop Eskom from cutting the electricity of the Madibeng municipality in North West province, Netwerk24 reported recently. The court bid in the Pretoria High Court gave rise to Eskom agreeing to not cutting electricity to the municipality at […]