Eskom says no load shedding from 8am- 4pm

2020-09-08 10:36:00 AM

There will be no load shedding between 8am and 4pm, Eskom announced on Tuesday, but the power utility says stage 1 load shedding will continue from 4pm till 10pm.

There will be no load shedding between 8am and 4pm, Eskom announced on Tuesday but the power utility warned that stage 1 load shedding will continue from 4pm till 10pm.

There will be no load shedding between 8am and 4pm, Eskom announced on Tuesday, but the power utility says stage 1 load shedding will continue from 4pm till 10pm.

ShareCape Town - There will be no load shedding between 8am and 4pm, Eskom announced on Tuesday but the power utility warned that stage 1 load shedding will continue from 4pm till 10pm.“As some units have returned since last night, there will be no load shedding between 08:00-16:00. However, please note that load shedding will be reduced to Stage 1 from 16:00-22:00 tonight. Eskom will continue to communicate any changes to the supply situation, the power utility said in a statement.

The announcement comes after Eskom warned last week that load shedding could continue as a result of more constraints on the generation system.Eskom spokesperson Sikonathi Mantshantsha said last week that 10 generation units at seven power stations had suffered breakdowns.

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Email Share Cape Town - There will be no load shedding between 8am and 4pm, Eskom announced on Tuesday but the power utility warned that stage 1 load shedding will continue from 4pm till 10pm.“As some units have returned since last night, there will be no load-shedding between 8am-4pm,” said Eskom.READ: The power utility says Stage 1 load-shedding will commerce from 4pm to 10pm.Email Share Former Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona has told the Zondo Commission that his sudden ouster from Eskom in 2015 may have have been motivated by sinister objectives.

“As some units have returned since last night, there will be no load shedding between 08:00-16:00. However, please note that load shedding will be reduced to Stage 1 from 16:00-22:00 tonight.” It added, “Eskom will continue to communicate any changes to the supply situation. Eskom will continue to communicate any changes to the supply situation, the power utility said in a statement. Source. The announcement comes after Eskom warned last week that load shedding could continue as a result of more constraints on the generation system. Eskom spokesperson Sikonathi Mantshantsha said last week that 10 generation units at seven power stations had suffered breakdowns. He explained that a decision had been taken for a last-minute board meeting to convene on March 9, 2015.

He said generators broke down at Arnot, Medupi, Lethabo and Matla power stations, while two units each at Majuba, Camden and Tutuka power stations had also broken down. Last week Eskom also suspended the managers of two of its biggest generating plants, the Kendal and Tutuka plants and asked the acting managers of the Kriel and Duvha plants to return to their original positions. “This action was taken because of sustained poor performance by these plants, which require investigation pending disciplinary action,” Eskom said. IOL .