More than 25% of Eskom’s power stations only have coal for ten more days.
The “big” plan to drive coal from Medupi to Ellisras to the Eastern Transvaal power stations apparently did not happen.
With the coming rainy season it will be even harder to transport coal, and wet coal is often given as a reason for load shedding.
Ten power stations only have 20 days of coal stock left while five power stations have less than 10 days of stock. Consumers need to brace them for renewed load shedding.
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