Eskom on track to meet winter electricity demand

Eskom on track to meet winter electricity demand

State-owned power utility Eskom has reiterated its commitment to keeping unplanned breakdowns below 4 000 MW and ensuring no load-shedding for the rest of the year, as it revises its weekend maintenance plans in line with dropping temperatures. As winter temperatures start to set in, the State-owned company reported growing demand for energy, which it […]

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Demand for Land Bank drought-relief loans surging

The bank stated on Tuesday that it had received applications for loans amounting to just under R200-million to date. “While these applications have not been approved yet, the demand gives a glimpse into the bleak future [of the local agricultural sector],” said Land Bank executive manager for commercial development Sydney Soundy on Wednesday.   Speaking […]

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High-pressure heat exchangers becoming key in Africa

Local manufacturer and maintenance service provider of utility-scale pulverised coal steam generators Steinmüller Africa is now offering turnkey solutions for both shell and tube heat exchangers – both the header type and the tube sheet type are offered. These heat exchangers are not only integral components of power generation, petrochemical and process plants, but also […]

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