Posts tagged as Power

World’s first battery-gas turbine hybrid

  GE and Southern California Edison (SCE) have unveiled the world’s first battery-gas turbine hybrid system in Norwalk, California. This system, called the LM6000 Hybrid Electric Gas Turbine (Hybrid EGT) supports SCE’s increasing renewable energy capacity by providing quick start, fast ramping capabilities to balance variable energy supply and demand, especially during the evening peak. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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