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In today’s technologically driven environment, energy is a valuable resource that needs to be controlled with increased efficiency in order to ensure a reduction in losses, a conservation of energy, and a lowering in peak demand.  Sharp increases in the cost of electricity will ultimately have a direct impact on the end-consumer… (more)

by M Maphaka, Eskom, S Naidoo and V Moodley, EON Consulting

Energy loss is of concern across South Africa and is an issue that many utilities around the globe face. This paper will explain how Eskom is addressing the energy loss issues experienced, what lessons have been learnt over the past few years, and what will be the areas of focus going forward… (more)

by A J van der Merwe and L P P Fourie, NetGroup SA

In this paper the authors will explain the importance of such electrical losses and the losses value chain and how to analyse losses to its fullest content to utilise this as a management tool, to improve utility financial sustainability. By quantifying the different elements of losses and utilising the other business economic parameters of the utility, management can effect utility financial improvements to the advantage of all customers and ensure sustainability. In effect it provides a managerial performance roadmap for the utility… (more)

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