- Jun 4, 2013
Is there anything left the ANC cannot break?
Thanks, good to know. I spent the last 8 years clearing debt but now that that is done I am planning out how to get a bit more independent. The motors have been pushed to the front by the break downs but is worth doing. April I hope to get a solar geyser going. Perhaps next year I will look at an inverter and batteries that charge off grid and help through load shedding. Final stage would be panels.Ended up doing this. Constant digidoor breakdowns lifting both doors. Now a centurion per door. Havent had any issues and its connected to my non sine wave inverter. 3 years later, not a single breakdown
Im guessing Eksdom is locked into cadre zupta contracts prohibiting them from doing exactly that, as well as regulation.They still refuse to buy from Independent Power Producers. It would be cheaper than diesel. and more IPP's could be online within 18 months.
I would guess so on the distribution side. However I did read this week that you cannot generate more than 1MW without registering and getting approval, so large scale production and selling is illegal technically without government giving the thumbs up. A single stack at a coal burning power station is 600 MW, so those 6 stack stations generate 3600 MW if all units are up. By comparison the 1MW limit is nothing.Theoretical question - is it possible for the IPP's build their own power network, lets say in a town for instance, and then let people sign up to use their service? Or is legislation stopping them from doing that as well?