SONA and Load Shedding

On February 8th, President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the nation, shedding light on various critical issues, including the pressing matter of load shedding. During his State of the Nation Address, President Ramaphosa reassured the public of the government’s robust strategy to mitigate load shedding and outlined a future where planned power cuts are expected to diminish.

Highlighting the government’s commitment to enhancing the power supply, President Ramaphosa emphasized the significant strides made through private investments in the energy sector. Over the past five years, an impressive addition of 2500MW from solar and wind sources has been integrated into the grid. This achievement marks a threefold increase in energy procurement and construction, signalling a positive shift towards renewable energy sources.

In a bold move to further solidify South Africa’s energy infrastructure, plans are underway to construct approximately 14,000km of new transmission lines. This ambitious project aims to connect a plethora of renewable energy projects across the nation, promising a greener and more sustainable energy future.

Despite the government’s firm stance on eradicating load shedding, public scepticism remains. This doubt stems from over 15 years of recurring load shedding promises since its inception in 2008, leaving many to question the feasibility of a load shedding-free future.

In the interim, businesses continues to rely on alternative power solutions like solar panels and generators to navigate through the unpredictability of power supply. This reality underscores the indispensable role of companies like Genset Corporation, which remains committed to empowering businesses during the challenging times.

Discover how Genset Corporation can illuminate your business operations amidst uncertainty. Contact us to explore innovative solutions tailored to ensure your business stays powered, no matter what.

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