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Eskom Kusile Power Station Unit 1 Returns Ahead of Schedule

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Eskom Kusile Power Station Unit 1 Returns Ahead of Schedule

Eskom has achieved a significant milestone in its efforts to combat load shedding by bringing Kusile Unit 1 back into service ahead of schedule.

Eskom Kusile Power Station Unit 1 Returns Ahead of Schedule

The additional 800MW generated by Unit 1 complements the 800MW consistently delivered by Unit 3, significantly bolstering the available electricity generation capacity.

This development indicates that Eskom is making substantial progress toward reducing and eventually ending load shedding.

Eskom’s recent accomplishments suggest the possibility of improved load shedding conditions for South African residents.

While load shedding may continue during the warmer months, the outlook for late 2023 and early 2024 appears promising, with the potential for reduced levels of load shedding.

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Load Shedding Reduced to Stage 1: In Effect Until Saturday Afternoon

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Load Shedding Reduced to Stage 1: In Effect Until Saturday Afternoon

Power utility Eskom has initiated Stage 3 load shedding starting from 4 pm and continuing until 5 am. This load shedding pattern will be followed by Stage 1 and 2 power cuts. The breakdown of certain generating units has necessitated these power cuts.

Load Shedding Reduced to Stage 1: In Effect Until Saturday Afternoon

In the last 24 hours, one generating unit each from Camden, Majuba, and Medupi power stations, along with two generating units at Arnot power station, were taken offline for necessary repairs.

Simultaneously, two generating units at Kriel power station have been restored to service.

Eskom’s teams are diligently working to expedite the return of additional generating units to active service.

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