No load-shedding until 4pm, back to stage 1 for evening: Eskom
Electricity utility Eskom says it has returned some generation units to the grid, resulting in a suspension of enforced power cuts during most of Tuesday's work hours.
“As some units have returned since last night, there will be no load-shedding between 8am-4pm,” said Eskom.
“However, please note that load-shedding will be reduced to stage 1 from 4pm-10pm tonight.”
It added, “Eskom will continue to communicate any changes to the supply situation.”
The department of mineral resources & energy has started the process to procure 2,000MW of “emergency power” and R40bn in investment. The department said it is an “emergency power procurement programme”, but in the finer details the power is set to only kick in from about June 2022. Here's what you need to about SA's 'emergency power' procurement.
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