Posts tagged as Eskom

In conversation with Dr. Pat Naidoo, president SAIEE: Engineers must lead from the top!

  Engineers must lead from the top was the strong message from Dr. Pat Naidoo when he delivered his inaugural  presidential address at the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers (SAIEE)’s annual general meeting earlier this year. “It is all about growing world class customer focussed engineers who must lead from the top.” In my […]

South Africa’s low voltage network unprepared for bi-directional power flows

Delivering the SANEA lecture to an audience of about 100 at the Sasol auditorium in Rosebank, Johannesburg on the evening of 13 May 2014, Dr. Hendri Geldenhuys, a corporate specialist in smart grid technology at Eskom, discussed the importance of embedded generation (also known as distributed generation) to the overall energy supply in South Africa. […]

Energize Inbox, May 2014

  This month’s letters deal with the importance of a variety of generation sources all adding to the overall energy supply; appreciation for the opinions and suggestions made in the previous month’s lead editorial; and a reader’s view regarding the cost of nuclear. Send your letters to: energize@ee.co.za Our winning letter: re: Eskom’s CEO departs Sir With […]

Some perspectives on getting the electricity industry back in business

  While Eskom is struggling to keep the lights on and all electricity stakeholders are familiar with the challenges around coal supplies, schedule delays at Medupi and Kusile, and unprecedented levels of breakdowns on Eskom’s ageing fleet, there is a debate getting lost in the noise on where the industry is supposed to be heading. […]

Cable anti-theft conference planned

  Mogorosi Communications is hosting a Cable Anti-Theft Technologies Summit, to provide a platform for debate, and the sharing of ideas and experiences on 25 and 26 June 2014 at Emperors Palace, Kempton Park. Topics to be covered include: An overview on the scale of cable theft in South Africa The legal implications Examining the impact of cable […]