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Capetonians query huge water & electricity increases

CAPE TOWN 2018 – 19 WATER & ELECTRICITY TARIFFS SHOCK makes City less affordable . Service delivery & tariffs need to be reassessed & involve citizens.

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27% Electricity hike for ESKOM in 2018. Say NO!

Say no to ESKOM’s application for a 19% – 27% increase in the price of electricity – An acknowledgement that ESKOM can no longer provide an affordable service.

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Cheaper Renewables disrupt old ‘ESKOM’ model

Repeated above CPI increases in the price of electricity is not sustainable. RE can stabilize electricity costs. Needs involved consumers & new delivery model.

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CT Home User Electricity service fee to be postponed

Mayor De Lille announced that the introduction of the Home User electricity tariff including a R8.21 per day service fee will be delayed owing to public outcry.

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Cape Town Draft Residential Service Costs 1July 2017

Water & electricity costs from 1 July 2017 in Cape Town! No more free water. Homes valued above R400 000 shifted from Lifeline to Domestic Electricity!

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Residential Electricity tariff with monthly service fee for CT.

Home User Tariff includes R242 per month service fee for Cape Town households as of 1 July 2017. Is this fair? Q & A to Cape Town City Manager

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Which Residential Electricity Tariff you are on. Why?

How does the City of Cape Town calculate our residential / domestic electricity tariffs. There are three tariffs each with two blocks. Where do you fit in?

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Eskom’s Residential Electricity Tariffs 2016/17

ESKOM sells electricity directly to consumers In a number of urban areas across the country. There are two tariff categories. Homelight with FBE and Homepower.

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Lifeline Electricity Tariff: Benefits & Who qualifies

The Lifeline electricity tariff is a subsidised tariff aimed at providing support to low income households. What are the tariff benefits and who qualifies?

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African Utilities Week 2016 – key ideas!

Dr Kandeh Yumkella, UN Under-Secretary-General: “… the best way to predict the future is to create it.” Let’s make Renewable Energy an African Revolution!

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