Zim making strides to ease load-shedding

Eng. Matshela Koko On November 3, 2019, the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (Zesa) increased power cuts to a punitive Stage 2 of load-shedding, where consumers spent up to 18 hours without electricity because it had lost 251MW from Hwange Power Station. On November 12, 2019, the eastern part of the country lost electricity for almost […]

‘Rogue’ power firm threatens renewable expansion

‘Rogue’ power firm threatens renewable expansion Johannesburg – Opposition from South Africa’s state power utility  Eskom Holdings and government infighting threatens to sabotage the world’s fastest-growing green energy programme.                                                        […]

SA switches off for #earthhour2017 and saves 420MW

SA switches off for #earthhour2017 and saves 420MW Johannesburg – South Africans took action against climate change on Saturday evening when they switched off their lights for Earth Hour from 8.30pm to 9.30pm, saving an average of 420MW of electricity during the hour, Eskom said. “This is enough to power a city the size of […]