Energy regulator Nersa on Tuesday defended its decision to suspend its operations during the nationwide Covid-19 lockdown, a move that has surprised energy experts.
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Energy regulator Nersa has allowed Eskom to raise prices by less than what the embattled company estimates it needs, keeping pressure on its balance sheet while also adding to inflation strains.
National energy regulator Nersa has given two main reasons for granting Eskom a 9,4% tariff increase for the 2016/2017 financial year. The hike will kick on 1 April. In terms of sales, Eskom applied for
Energy regulator Nersa approved a 9,4% electricity hike for 2016/2017 on Tuesday. Eskom submitted an application to Nersa in November last year to recover R22,8bn, which the utility said it used to avert load shedding. The decision comes after extensive
Energy regulator Nersa “didn’t buy Eskom’s threat” when it said load shedding would get worse if it wasn’t granted a further tariff increase, said energy expert Chris Yelland. He was reacting to Nersa
Eskom’s application for an additional electricity price increase, on top of what has already been approved, was declined as it lacked the necessary information, energy regulator Nersa said on Monday. Chairman Jacob Modise
Eskom’s request for an additional increase in electricity prices was declined by the National Energy Regulator of South Africa on Monday. Making the announcement in Pretoria before assembled media and officials, chairman