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System Adequacy Reports

Eskom generates approximately 95% of the electricity used in South Africa and approximately 45% of the electricity used in Africa. Eskom generates, transmits and distributes electricity to industrial, mining, commercial, agricultural and residential customers and redistributors. Additional power stations and major power lines are being built to meet rising electricity demand in South Africa. Eskom will continue to focus on improving and strengthening its core business of electricity generation, transmission, trading and distribution.

Medium-term System Adequacy Outlook - 2018 to 2023

The South African Grid Code – System Operation Code, Version 9.0, requires that “on or before 30 October of each year, the System Operator shall publish a review (called the ‘Medium Term System Adequacy Outlook’) of the adequacy of the Interconnected Power System to meet the long term (5 year future) requirements of electricity consumers”. This review is limited to the adequacy of the generation system for the Republic of South Africa, covering the period 2018 to 2023.
 

Download the Medium-Term System Adequacy Outlook 2018 to 2023           (Published 30 October 2018)

Eskom Weekly System Status Reports 2018 (.swf)                                                 Speech by Eskom Board Chairman
 
Disclaimer:   The Data published here is for information purposes only. The content is subject to verification and validation. Eskom shall not be held responsible for any errors or it being misleading or incomplete and accepts no liability whatsoever for any loss, damages or expenses, howsoever, incurred or suffered, resulting or arising, from the use of this Data or any reliance placed on it.
 
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Note: If your system cannot open the .swf files (above), you can view the Power Point (.ppt) or Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) versions HERE