Power Generation

South Africa’s steady economic growth as it increasingly focuses on industrialization, together with its mass electrification programme to take power into deep rural areas, has seen a steep increase in the demand for electricity.

In fact South Africa’s energy demand is expected to be twice the current level by 2030.

Years of underinvestment in the country’s power infrastructure has meant that Eskom cannot meet the rising demand.

Maintenance of existing infrastructure is of paramount importance, as is the government’s project to bring new power stations , like Medupi and Kusile, on stream.

South Contracting is involved with maintenance, shutdowns and new build projects at various Eskom coal powered facilities and at the Koeberg Nuclear power station. They have also undertaken projects at hydro-electric power plants.

The South African government is also working on a renewable energy programme that involves independent power producers.

Southey Contracting works on numerous wind farms, solar parks and bio-mass plants.

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