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Stage 2 load shedding on Monday and Tuesday nights

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"Burden shedding will be suspended at 5:00 on Monday as Eskom has gained some headway in renewing the crisis age saves. 

"In any case, because of the deficiency of Koeberg Unit 1 yesterday (Sunday) morning, we expect the need to use crisis saves broadly during the following not many days to stay away from loadshedding," Eskom said yesterday (Sunday). 

"To accomplish this, Stage 2 loadshedding will be needed during Monday and Tuesday evenings to renew the crisis saves for the next day," Eskom added. 

As per the force utility, Koeberg Unit 1 stumbled yesterday (Sunday) morning because of a shortcoming on a feedwater siphon, which is on the optional plant. 

The plant was closed down as per standard plant working techniques. 

Eskom has guaranteed that there are no atomic wellbeing worries on the reactor side f the plant and it will be restarted once the feedwater siphon shortcoming has been settled. 

"The examination concerning the feedwater siphon shortcoming is in progress," Eskom said. 

Eskom said that in the course of recent hours, Eskom groups have gotten back to support a unit each at Tukuta and Hendrina power stations, while two Kusile units have additionally gotten back to support. 

Notwithstanding, the organization has removed a unit each at Hendrina and Kriel power stations, notwithstanding the Koeberg unit.

Stage 2 load shedding on Monday and Tuesday nights (

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Eskom Koeberg Unit 1


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