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JOHANNESBURG - Joburg city authorities said that lessening dependence on Eskom would bring about less expensive energy for buyers.

The city is right now facilitating an energy indaba in a bid to track down approaches to lessening its reliance on the weak power utility.

It likewise needs to lay out how it can coordinate free power makers into the city's energy supply blend.

The City of Joburg secures 90% of its power from Eskom.

The other 10% is acquired from the Kelvin power station, a free power maker.

Joburg's energy reallocation organization, City Power, said that the Kelvin power station at present provided it at a less expensive rate contrasted with Eskom.

City Power acting CEO Tshifularo Mashava said that she accepted that the contribution of more free power makers would drive costs down.

"With IPPs you find that they have more inventive arrangements, improved effectiveness and can offer it to us at a less expensive rate and they've demonstrated it with Kelvin," Mashava said.

Chairman Mpho Phalatse said that an eight-year plan by City Power to lessen reliance on Eskom would cost R26 billion.

She said that they were on a mission to charm financial backers to guarantee the execution of the arrangement.

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