Pricing related information for generators


Generators (IPPs) that wish to connect to Eskom’s network will be required to apply for a connection, pay a connection charge and sign a connection and use-of-system agreement.  IPPs will be provided non-discriminatory access to Eskom’s network.  This access is, however, subject to the IPP obtaining its required approvals such as EIA’s and a generating and trading licence or registration from NERSA

Once connected, Eskom shall raise use-of-system charges based on the Maximum export capacity of the generator and based whether the generator is connected to the Transmission or Distribution system.
Click here for presentation on overview of Generator tariff and charges
Click here for the Reconciliation of energy plus banking tool.
ERRATA: Updated version –  correction of an error in the 19 April 2022 file, where the Distribution HV GUOS charges where not updated and LV subsidy charges not correctly linked

Click here for information on wheeling and off-set of energy.

 Tariff charges applicable for Generators
Click here for the Gen off-set schedule.
Click here for the Gen purchase schedule.
Click here for the Gen wheeling schedule.
Click here for the Transmission use of system schedule.
Click here for the Distribution use of system schedule.
Click here for the Megaflex Gen schedule.
Click here for the Ruraflex Gen schedule.