Chart: South Africa: Electricity Blackouts shatter ALL RECORDS…

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[This chart below will blow your mind. This will put everything in perspective. Compare it to 2008 the first time when our electricity began collapsing. When I was chatting to an NS supporter of mine in Holland the other day and I told him that in 3 years South Africa’s oil refining capacity had dropped by 80% in 3 years, he said to me: “Living under Black rule is worse than being nuked!” I like that quote. That sums it up nicely. Take a look at what is happening in electricity. Jan]

The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research’s (CSIR’s) annual statistics on power generation in South Africa revealed a disturbing trend regarding load-shedding.

Eskom implemented 5,761 gigawatt hours of load-shedding through September versus 2,521 gigawatt hours last year.

“This year is the most intensive load-shedding year to date, concentrated in July and September,” the CSIR said.

The collective in the three months of July to September 2022 had more load-shedding than any year before.

September 2022, the highest load-shedding month ever, on its own, had more load-shedding than the entire 2020.

This year’s Stage 6 load-shedding has far surpassed 2019’s, the only other year that had Stage 6.

The load-shedding was caused by significantly higher breakdowns at the power utility’s coal-fired power stations.

The higher unplanned outages were clearly seen in Eskom’s energy available factor (EAF), which continued its declining trend.

In 2022, the average EAF to date was 59.4%. It is significantly lower than 61.7% for 2021 and 65% for 2020.


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