Eskom explores SMES applications
- Miracles take a little longer. van der Kooy, Rob // Finance Week;10/22/99, p31
Focuses on the proposed privatization of South Africa's Eskom. Benefits of electricity user; Assets of the company; Preparations for privatization.
- South Africa signed agreements with power producers for 19 projects worth R 28 billion. // World Energy News;5/14/2013, p16
The article reports that the government of South Africa (SA) and state-owned power utility Eskom have signed agreements worth renewable energy producers for 19 projects worth SA 28 billion rand to deliver 1,043 megawatts of renewable energy.
- Nersa is undertaking a reconciliation of Eskom's 2012-13 accounts. // African Business News;1/23/2014, p24
The article reports that Eskom Holding Ltd.'s 2012-2013 accounts are being assessed by the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) to determine whether its actual expenditure exceeded than the budget.
- Search for efficiency. // Finance Week;5/24/2002, p54
Features the 2002 eta awards which is being sponsored by Eskom. History of the awards; Aim of the awards; Qualifications for the awards.
- Hand-wringing, grinding of teeth. Van Rensburg, Dewald // Finweek;2010 Top 200, p97
The article discusses the effects of the multiyear price adjustment of Eskom Holding Ltd. which will be in effect in April 2010 in South Africa.
- Eskom looking at hydro project. // Modern Power Systems;Aug96, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p3
Reports on South African utility Eskom's agreement with Mozambique's Electricidade de Mozambique for the construction of a hydropower project on the Zambezi River.
- Dim light at end of the tunnel. // Finweek;3/25/2010, p8
The article reports on the move by environmentalist to urge major shareholders of World Bank to vote against the proposed 3.75 billion dollars loan by Eskom Holdings Ltd. that will be used for the construction of coal-fired power stations in South Africa that will aggravate greenhouse gas emissions.
- On the way to cheaper power. van der Kooy, Rob // Finance Week;04/14/2000, p28
Focuses on indications that the South African electric utility Eskom is not ready for privatization. Subdivision of Eskom's power stations into a number of independent companies that will compete against each other; Plan to build pebble-bed modular nuclear reactors; Hydroelectric potential of...
- Fall-out over Eskom's new reactor. // Finance Week;12/10/99, p22
Reports on Eskom's plans to build a pebble-bed modular nuclear reactor at Koeberg, South Africa. Hurdles to the project; Results of Eskom's study of the design and manufacture of such reactors; Interest of offshore investors in the project; Environmentalists' objections against the plan.