https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=354581219578488&id=102256761477603SOUTH AFRICA – Many South Africans are crying out after low units of electricity kilowatts experienced in the recent days. It was said that electricity will be increased from the beginning of May and even worse when time goes by, but this is not what people expected as they thought that the prices will be reasonable.
The National Energy Regulator of South Africa released a media statement dated the 16th of February communicating the decision that was made by the High Court regarding an application by Eskom. The media statement served to notify that the High Court gave Eskom the right to recover its R10-billion under the 2020-21 business year. Image Credit: Google The Court order gave Eskom the right to have R10-billion added to the utility's revenue to be recovered through tarrif payment from the clients. The order was given
14/11/2020 Source: mybroadband In the year 2020, a lot of South Africa's citizens experienced their share of loadshedding in their respective areas as it was implemented by Eskom. Its been sometime now since the utility power station gave us a break from loadshedding but now Eskom is about to bring back loadshedding im different areas for different reasons this time. Eskom is planning on cutting off electricity for a third jumber of municipalities in South Africa as it claims that they are kot adhering to the
On 9 March 2020, the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) approved Eskom’s allowable revenue from standard tariff customers to be 8.76% which will be implemented on 1 April 2020 for Eskom direct customers and 6.90% for municipalities which will be implemented on 1 July 2020, says Eskom on their website. Eskom has been granted permission to increase electricity tariffs in an attempt to recoup R13 billion. The increase is expected to be finalised by September 2020. It is Inevitable, South afric
The National Energy Regulator of South Africa has awarded De Ruyter’s Eskom with another energy hike. This comes shortly after another energy hike of 15,06% in March 2021. In a presentation on Thursday (24 February), the national energy regulator’s chairperson Nhlanhla Gumede said this figure constitutes a 3.49% increase for the 2022/23 year, alongside legacy costs from previous years, reports from business tech.
Eskom raises tariffs by 9.61 percent on April 1st. Image: SABC News The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) has announced that Eskom's tariff will increase by 9.61% in 2022/23. The tariff increase is made up of 3.49% for the 2022/23 year, as well as legacy decisions from previous years, bringing the total to 9.61%.
The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) has gotten another disaster in court, with Judge Jody Kollapen giving a between time demand on Friday for the relationship to deal with Eskom's duty applications for 2022/23 that were submitted in June. In any case, the City Press reports that Nersa plans to continue with its battle with Eskom to apply its inclined toward norms over the 2023/24 period — and this could achieve extended power costs.
By: Thomas Lethoba The embattled power utility has announced that its loyal customers have to brace themselves accordingly for another hike in electricity tariffs after their proposal to increase tariffs has successfully been approved by Nersa (National Energy Regulator of South Africa). In a released statement on Saturday, the power distributor said, although the low electricity capacity during the lockdown has significantly gave it a head to maintain its power stations, the lower usage has negative finan
The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) has gotten one more mishap in court, with Judge Jody Kollapen giving a between time request on Friday for the association to handle Eskom's tax applications for 2022/23 that were submitted in June. Notwithstanding, the City Press reports that Nersa plans to proceed with its fight with Eskom to apply its favored standards over the 2023/24 period — and this could bring about expanded power costs.
Eskom to recoup over R13 billion from customers. The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) says it will immediately begin implementing plans that would allow Eskom to recoup over R13 billion from customers The cash-strapped power utility had applied to Nersa to recoup R27.3 billion through power tariffs saying it needed to cover costs incurred for the financial year 2018/19. However, Nersa only approved Eskom to recover the R13 billion. Eskom struggles with high debts and faulty power stations
South Africans will be pleased to hear what Amazon has done this time around.It is reported that Amazon reportedly announced that it had launched its solar power station for the first time.The great news is that the project is already operational.It is also reported to be already providing electricity to the power utility company.
South Africans citizens are the one who will pay for this Electricity hike, not only that. There are people in the country who do not pay for Electricity. Eskom has decided not to fix those problems, but to charge citizens who are paying more money so that they can recognize the money that they “are owed”. Now law building citizens will be paying extra per kwh unit, that money will pay for someone else's electricity wherever they are because Eskom is incomplete and cannot fix it problems, ordinary hardworking
Eskom is pleased to note that the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa), as provided by the Minister of Natural Resources and Energy in February 2020, agreed with the ministerial decision to procure 11 813 MW of electricity generation infrastructure. This is part of the power system to be procured over the years to 2030 as part of the 2019 Integrated Capital Plan (IRP2019). "This additional generation capacity is desperately needed given the current supply constraints, and will be an significant
The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA) has given Eskom the go-ahead to make tariff changes. NERSA says the struggling power utility can recover just over R13 billion it lost last year. They took the decision after analysing the difference between Eskom's uncontrollable costs, its actual costs and revenues for last year. Eskom applied for NERSA to approve recovering of their R27 billion loss but the energy regulator has only approved R13 billion. This comes after Eskom recently blamed the ener
On Monday the 14th of September 2020,South Africa’s electricity public utility, Eskom welcomed the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA). The two joined forces in the hopes to succeed in the obtaining of additional power infrastructure for South Africa, with the aim to eradicate loadshedding. Eskom has battled with the responsibility of powering the whole of South Africa since the year of it’s establishment in 1923. With the assistance of NERSA, the South African government as well as Eskom,