CAPE TOWN - Eskom on Monday said it was not hoping to wind down your power because of the fire at its Kendal Power Plant.
One of the units at the Mpumalanga plant stumbled on Saturday and got land.
Two different units were additionally influenced and were thusly closed down.
The force utility's representative Sikonathi Mantshantsha said: "While Eskom we don't expect that any heap shedding will be carried out because of the episode and we encourage individuals from people in general to keep utilizing power sparingly to help the province. We will keep people in general educated ought to there be any critical changes in the force framework."
While the two broken units are booked to be going at some point this week, Mantshantsha said unit one would get back to support in the following two months.
"Units two and three of the force station, which were closed down after the harm to unit one's generator transformer, will be gotten back to support this week unit one will be gotten back to support during November 2021."
A test to build up the reason for the fire is in progress.
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