Posts tagged as Eskom

International science fair winners awarded

The presentation of the Hendrik van der Bijl Awards was one of the highlights of the special awards evening during the Eskom Expo for Young Scientists International Science Fair (ISF), hosted at Ekurhuleni’s Birchwood Hotel and Conference Centre on 6 October 2017. The awards programme is an industry-sponsored initiative aimed at encouraging young people to […]

Eskom – a laggard in electricity utility transition

In South Africa, where electricity prices have quadrupled since 2007 and an expensive coal-fired power build-out threatens to drive prices even higher, renewables appear ever more appealing. Unfortunately, for the last two years Eskom has been stonewalling on this front, refusing to sign new renewable energy power purchase agreements, while claiming that renewable energy is […]

Key issues that Eskom is simply not ready to acknowledge publicly yet

It is now approaching 100 days since Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Browne appointed new Eskom Group Interim CEO Johnny Dladla to replace suspended former interim CEO Matshela Koko, who in turn was appointed to replace disgraced previous CEO Brian Molefe. Since then, the industry and the country has been waiting with bated breath for Mr. […]

Tegeta clinched Eskom contract despite low quality coal

Eskom awarded an 11-year coal supply contract to former Gupta-owned mining firm Tegeta Exploration and Resources, despite it not meeting coal specification standards. In a written response to a parliamentary question posed by the DA’s Natasha Mazzone, Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown divulged a detailed list of Eskom’s current coal suppliers, the quantity of coal […]

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