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Photo of a solar PV panel Biggest South African city seeks power supply from private firms
Published: 16 Aug 22
Johannesburg’s municipality intends buying 500 megawatts of electricity from independent producers to help avert ongoing power outages in South Africa’s biggest city. A request for proposals is awaiting approval from the National Treasury and should be issued within weeks, Mpho Phalatse, Johannesburg’s mayor, said in an interview at Bloomberg’s Johannesburg offices on Monday.
Photo of a solar PV panel Biggest South African city seeks power supply from private firms
Published: 16 Aug 22
Johannesburg’s municipality intends buying 500 megawatts of electricity from independent producers to help avert ongoing power outages in South Africa’s biggest city. A request for proposals is awaiting approval from the National Treasury and should be issued within weeks, Mpho Phalatse, Johannesburg’s mayor, said in an interview at Bloomberg’s Johannesburg offices on Monday.
Dry-ice blasting service provider underscores advantages of dry ice blast cleaning Dry-ice blasting service provider underscores advantages of dry ice blast cleaning
Published: 16 Aug 22
Similar to sand blasting, bead blasting or soda blasting, dry ice blasting service provider Dry Ice Blasting Services underscores the advantages to dry ice blast cleaning, which it says is “not well known”, although it is a time-saving, green and cost-effective cleaning method. The modernized cleaning method is a non-abrasive, non-toxic and innovative method through which the company can reduce a customer’s downtime and increase production output.
Dry-ice blasting service provider underscores advantages of dry ice blast cleaning Dry-ice blasting service provider underscores advantages of dry ice blast cleaning
Published: 16 Aug 22
Similar to sand blasting, bead blasting or soda blasting, dry ice blasting service provider Dry Ice Blasting Services underscores the advantages to dry ice blast cleaning, which it says is “not well known”, although it is a time-saving, green and cost-effective cleaning method. The modernized cleaning method is a non-abrasive, non-toxic and innovative method through which the company can reduce a customer’s downtime and increase production output.
The first Typhoon to be handed over to the QEAF BAE Systems hands first Typhoon fighter over to Qatar
Published: 16 Aug 22
UK-based global major aerospace and defence group BAE Systems on Monday handed over the first of the Typhoon multirole fighters ordered by the Middle Eastern country of Qatar. The Qatar Emiri Air Force (QEAF) is acquiring 24 Typhoons. The aircraft was handed over to the QEAF at BAE Systems’ Warton plant, in the UK. It will be ferried to Qatar later this month and will be available to help provide aerial security for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, being held in that country (starting on November 20).
The first Typhoon to be handed over to the QEAF BAE Systems hands first Typhoon fighter over to Qatar
Published: 16 Aug 22
UK-based global major aerospace and defence group BAE Systems on Monday handed over the first of the Typhoon multirole fighters ordered by the Middle Eastern country of Qatar. The Qatar Emiri Air Force (QEAF) is acquiring 24 Typhoons. The aircraft was handed over to the QEAF at BAE Systems’ Warton plant, in the UK. It will be ferried to Qatar later this month and will be available to help provide aerial security for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, being held in that country (starting on November 20).
Electricity pylons Stage 2 load-shedding for Tuesday evening
Published: 16 Aug 22
Eskom has announced that Stage 2 load-shedding will be implemented from 16:00 to midnight on Tuesday evening. "There is also a high probability that load-shedding will require to be implemented during the same time on both Wednesday and Thursday evenings," the power utility said. "The breakdowns of a single generation unit at Arnot Power Station and three at Tutuka Power Station during the last 24 hours, as well as the delays in returning units to service at Arnot, Kusile and Tutuka power stations have put a severe strain on the power generation system." Currently, 4 550MW is out on planned maintenance, while another 14 182MW of capacity is unavailable due to breakdowns.
Electricity pylons Stage 2 load-shedding for Tuesday evening
Published: 16 Aug 22
Eskom has announced that Stage 2 load-shedding will be implemented from 16:00 to midnight on Tuesday evening. "There is also a high probability that load-shedding will require to be implemented during the same time on both Wednesday and Thursday evenings," the power utility said. "The breakdowns of a single generation unit at Arnot Power Station and three at Tutuka Power Station during the last 24 hours, as well as the delays in returning units to service at Arnot, Kusile and Tutuka power stations have put a severe strain on the power generation system." Currently, 4 550MW is out on planned maintenance, while another 14 182MW of capacity is unavailable due to breakdowns.
Iron-ore subdued on China demand concerns
Published: 16 Aug 22
Dalian and Singapore iron-ore futures were volatile on Tuesday as traders weighed curbs in industrial electricity consumption in China's Sichuan province that hit steel production. Iron ore's front-month September contract on the Singapore Exchange SZZFU2 was down 0.3% at $105.65 a tonne, as of 0749 GMT, reversing earlier gains.
Iron-ore subdued on China demand concerns
Published: 16 Aug 22
Dalian and Singapore iron-ore futures were volatile on Tuesday as traders weighed curbs in industrial electricity consumption in China's Sichuan province that hit steel production. Iron ore's front-month September contract on the Singapore Exchange SZZFU2 was down 0.3% at $105.65 a tonne, as of 0749 GMT, reversing earlier gains.
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