Eskom, a South African state-owned energy company reveals a load shedding prevention plan for this weekend. The company predicts that the chances of reducing the outages across the country will remain minimal.
As the company’s representatives said, a positive outlook may result in the improved performance by generating and replenishing diesel fuel and water stocks.
According to the Eskom’s acting head of generation Andrew Etzinger, the company has seen progress in the process of connecting generators to the network.
However, the risk of the load shedding implementation still exists, and therefore the energy company is making every effort to avoid power outages.
As it has been pointed out by the company, the system still remains vulnerable.
Date: 14 February 2019
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— Eskom Hld SOC Ltd (@Eskom_SA) February 14, 2019