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Had they kept to their schedule the new plants would have been in operation and there would have been no need to run the expensive alternatives.This was due to a drop in performance of some of its coal plants and delays in the build program.
How does eskom think it will ever make that money back? R250 Billion in debt is going to require a very large price increase...Eskom would raise additional debt in the region of R50 billion, over and above its original plan of R200 billion during the third Multi Year Determination Period (MYPD 3).
And the ANC governments solution to this is to throw more of the taxpayers money into the bottomless pit, instead of fixing the root causes of the inefficiencies.Nersa pointed out that one of the problems was that Eskom's maintenance [staff] was cr*p.
Maybe time to import outsiders to perform the maintenance ?
You are far too logicalAnd the ANC governments solution to this is to throw more of the taxpayers money into the bottomless pit, instead of fixing the root causes of the inefficiencies.
And most of that money they throw at the problem will end up in the pockets of the "connected few" who call themselves 'consultants'