Eskom is gauging interest from companies to develop and build small modular reactors using so-called pebble-bed technology and supplying the fuel they would need.
South Africa has delayed plans to build new nuclear power plants over concern about their cost and the waning demand for additional electricity as economic growth stalls. Under a new timeline, the first nuclear power is expected to
Eskom, South Africa’s state-owned power utility, said it is investigating an information leak at the Koeberg nuclear plant that could affect a court case related to a R5bn contract awarded to Areva for work at the facility. The power producer hasn’t determined
Expect load shedding 20 hours every day if South Africa doesn’t build 20GW of new power stations within a decade, a nuclear energy proponent warned on Tuesday. “If we don’t come up with a strategy to build 20GW of coal or 20GW of
Westinghouse Electric has filed a contempt of court application against Eskom in the high court in Johannesburg for allegedly failing to comply with a court order relating to a multibillion-rand tender. “This application for contempt of court