Ed Stumpf discusses how the SA energy crisis could be solved through logistics

South Africa is in the midst of an energy crisis characterized by electricity shortages, blackouts, and lack of new infrastructure investment. Eskom, the state-owned utility supplying more than 90% of the nation’s electricity, has suffered from operational failures, maintenance issues, and breakdowns at aging, poorly maintained power stations, leading to steady declines in the energy availability factors for its power plants between 2016 and 2022. This has led to greatly inefficient generation capacity, with the country regularly implementing loadshedding (scheduled power cuts) to manage demand.

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