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Loadshedding and Power Status explained

South Africa’s National power usage and forecsts

The Power Alert system is simple and easy to understand and and uses four colour-coded alerts that show you exactly what to do:

GREEN – an alert that indicates limited strain on the network and asks you to switch OFF lights in all unoccupied rooms to conserve energy for a greener environment.

Eskom Power Alert Status Details Green

ORANGE – an alert that indicates moderate strain on the electricity supply – asks you to switch OFF lights in all unoccupied rooms, most importantly, the geyser and pool pump, plus the dishwasher and tumble dryer.

Eskom Power Alert Status Details Orange

RED – an alert that indicates increasing strain on the electricity supply – asks you to switch OFF lights in all unoccupied rooms including the geyser and pool pump; plus the air conditioner, dishwasher, tumble dryer and stove
Hight to medium risk of loadshedding.

Eskom Power Alert Status Details Red

BLACK – an alert that indicates significant strain on the electricity supply – asks you to switch OFF all appliances that are not absolutely essential, except for minimum lighting required in the room you occupy and, obviously, the television that displays the status of the Power Alert, to assist us in normalising the system.
At this stage there the possibility of loadshedding and blackouts is EXTREMELY  HIGH.

Eskom Power Alert Status Details Black

The Power Status Graph

This graph display the power usage during the last seven hours and the forecasted power usage for the next 24 hours using the colour status codes a above.

Eskom Power Alert Status Details Black -Status Graph

ESKOM Loadshedding Status

Stage 1

800 to 1300 MW needs to be shed.

Stage 2

1600 to 2100 MW needs to be shed

Stage 3

3200 to 4400 MW needs to be shed

Stage 4

Morethan 4400  MW needs to be shed

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