Posts tagged as Eskom

Interview with the new CEO of NERSA, Mr. Chris Forlee

  On Friday 24 March 2017, EE Publishers investigative editor, Chris Yelland, and assistant editor, Pierre Potgieter, interviewed Mr. Chris Forlee, the new CEO of the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA). Mr Forlee, a graduate electrical engineer by background (see CV here), assumed the position of CEO of NERSA on 1 January 2017. […]

Eskom blows R311-million

  City Press reports that Lynne Brown, the minister of public enterprises, is demanding answers from Eskom’s chairperson, Ben Ngubane, its board and acting CEO Matshela Koko about R310,8-million that was irregularly spent on an unapproved project. Brown, according to a letter obtained by City Press, expresses a concern that Eskom went ahead with its […]

Majuba power station coal silos rebuilt

  Eskom has announced that the construction of a permanent coal-handling solution for the Majuba power station has been completed, including the rebuilding of Silo 20, the reinforcement of Silos 10 and 30, lift shaft, two piers and the coal conveyor system. On 1 November 2014 the wall of Coal Silo 20 at Majuba collapsed. […]

Interruption of power to municipalities suspended

  Eskom has suspended the planned interruption of bulk power supply to Msukaligwa and eMalahleni local municipalities after reaching agreements for the settlements of their arrears debt. Msukaligwa has provided the required council resolution to support the agreement and the resolution from eMalahleni is expected shortly. The power utility says it will continue to work […]

In response to the Coal Transportation Forum’s action in Tshwane

  The South African Renewable Energy Council (SAREC) has issued a statement in response to the Coal Transportation Forum’s (CTF’s) press notice, relating to the reasons behind their industrial action in Tshwane recently. SAREC believes that the statement contains a number of factual errors which need correcting. South Africa, along with the rest of the […]