“We are saying… let’s commit ourselves to ensuring that [Kusile] doesn’t stop, and to the extent that there is a [funding] gap, let’s see how we can close it,” Maroga said. “We want to continue with the build,” he stressed, adding that Eskom was also committed to closing what would be a R30-billion funding gap should the requested increases be granted.
Yet he also admitted that the state-owned utility was continually assessing the “shifting of certain cash flows” as well as the possibility of bringing in “other parties to assist with the build.”
- Written by CHP Specialist
Energy recovery is just what CHP is all about - recovering the waste heat from motors, or generators. This waste heat is thene used to provide hot water for heating or laundary. With the additionof absorbtion Chillers - chilled water can also be generated for use in air-conditioning systems