City Power to implement load rotation in Joburg hotspots hit by overloading
City Power on Wednesday said in order to save its infrastructure, it had identified various hotspots across Johannesburg where “load rotation” would be implemented.
In a statement, the power utility said that it was facing capacity constraints in most areas, especially where illegal connections were on the rise.
ICYMI: Media Alert⚠️CITY POWER WARNS OF LOAD ROTATION AND CUT-OFFS DUE TO OVERLOAD.^LP pic.twitter.com/QtJvJnfj01— @CityPowerJhb (@CityPowerJhb) May 28, 2020
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