Load shedding Schedule Stage 5 – Updated

Load shedding Schedule Stage 5 – Updated

The increase in the planned maintenance unit for the generating necessitated by Eskom on Sunday led to the announcement of Stage 5 load shedding.

The electricity company tweeted that the decision was made because of falling national demand.
KZN weather for Monday, September 4: Expect some morning fog patches and cooler than normal temps.

From tonight at 16:00 until Monday at 05:00, we will be using Stage 5 load shedding. After that, load shedding will continue until Stage 4 until 16:00.

Eskom urged residents to cut demand by turning off electronics that are not in use between 17:00 and 21:00.

SNOW and a cold front are predicted to arrive early in the week.

Eskom is the state-owned electricity provider in South Africa. Its original name was the Electricity Supply Commission, and it was formed in 1923.
The company is among the top utilities in the world in terms of both generation capacity and sales, and it is by far the largest producer of energy in Africa.

It is the largest state-owned company in South Africa.
Which power plants does ESKOM manage?
The Matimba Power Stations and Medupi Power Station in Lephalale, the Kusile Power Station in Witbank, the Kendal Power Station in Mpumalanga, and the Koeberg Nuclear Power Station in the Western Cape are just a few of the major power stations operated by Eskom.
LOAD SHIFTING ON MONDAY – READ ALSO The revised timetable is attached.
To stay up-to-date on the load shedding situation, bookmark THIS page.

The following load-shedding schedules are available for those who reside in South Africa’s major metropolitan areas:Here are six precautions you may take when the power goes out:

Use surge protectors; power surges are a leading cause of equipment failure in the event of a blackout. When disaster strikes, installing a surge protector might help mitigate some of the fallout. Install a surge protector either at the electrical panel or at the device’s power outlet.
Make sure the backup battery for your security system is completely charged and ready to go in case of a power outage.
Light source backup:In case you drive home late at night during a blackout, be prepared with a flashlight. In the event of an unexpected blackout, most smartphones feature a built-in torch or access to a torch app.
Information in case of an emergency:Keep a paper copy of your emergency contacts close at hand in addition to saving their information on your phone. Contact information for the local fire department, police, and/or hospital should also be included. In addition to insurance details, please give the contact details of any close friends or relatives.

Make sure your electronic gadgets, including cell phones, laptops, and tablets, are well charged in advance of any planned outages. As soon as the power comes back on, plug them back in and give them another charge. It’s also wise to keep a portable phone charger (such as a power bank) on hand in case of an unexpected power outage. Having this on hand is helpful in the event of a prolonged blackout.

Get a tiny LP gas bottle and a bulb so you can have gas for cooking and lighting. It may be used for both illuminating a big area and heating food and water. Keep some hot water in a thermal flask so you always have access to steaming beverages. If you know when there will be a blackout, you may also want to plan ahead and cook some meals.

The load shedding portal allows you to see when load shedding will occur in your area.

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