Energy expert Ted Blom shares his thoughts on the social media video pertaining to silo 1 at Kusile
Energy expert Ted Blom shares his thoughts on the social media video pertaining to silo 1 at Kusile power station.
Jacaranda FM News reports Eskom’s acting CEO and chairperson Jabu Mabuza says they never issued a guarantee that there would be no load shedding in October and September this year.
Mabuza briefed the media on the latest round of power cuts at OR Tambo International Airport on Thursday evening.
Energy expert Ted Blom commented on a video that is doing the rounds on social media - which some believe is a contributing factor to the latest bout of load shedding: "The report we received yesterday is that the Silo number 1 at Kusile had been grossly overfilled and that had now caused a load of coal to be flying all over the show.
“The bottom line is that they will have to switch off that boiler so that they can get workers in there to clean up the mess. This comes from maladministration and bad management and not letting the systems run as they should. On autopilot. This just shows that the management at Kusile is not competent to do their job."
This is silo 1 at Kusile power station. They have just overfilled the bunker& flooded the top floor with coal. This will cause the boilers to shut down. They cannot let the system run automatically & have to try running manually, This is the result that will cause a shutdown. pic.twitter.com/kXiTW9QUf8— Boerelegioen (@Boerelegioen2) October 17, 2019
Martin Bester says he does not know if it is connected to the load shedding South Africa is currently experiencing.
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