Engineering News – ONLINE
05 May 2014
South Africa’s electricity supply system was expected to be “extremely tight” on Monday during the evening peak, after which it was expected to be stable over this period for the rest of the week, owing to lower demand as a result of the public holiday for the national elections on Wednesday, State-ownedpower utility Eskom said.
In its latest biweekly system status bulletin, Eskom said the capacity available to meet Monday evening’s demand was 33 200 MW, while the demand was forecast at 32 771 MW. Read more…