Electricity minister Kgosientsho Ramokgopa says Eskom’s energy availability factor (EAF), the amount of energy available compared with installed capacity, has breached the 70% mark, a level last seen three years ago. 

The minimum EAF set by energy regulator Nersa is 65%, which Eskom has in the past few years been failing to meet, at times hovering above just 53%...

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