- Slovo Park
- New Era
- Wright Park
- Pollak Park
- Dal Fouché
- Springs Ext.
- As well as Fulcrum / Dal Fouché / Rietfontein Reservoirs
As received from Ekurhuleni:All customers that are currently connected on the New Era Substation will be disconnected today at 13h00 for approximately 4 hours. The reason for the disconnection is to cut and swing the 22KV cable into the new RMU’s in order to make provision for additional customer to be included on the temporary supply.
WORK TO REPAIR THE BURNT SPRINGS BULK JVA SUB-STATION CONTINUES
Ekurhuleni technicians are working around the clock to effect repairs and replacements on the damaged components following the fire that engulfed the Springs Bulk JVA 132/22kV Sub-station on Sunday, 16 February 2020 at about 4PM. The prompt response from the city’s energy department saw areas such Casseldale, the Central Business District (CBD), Bakerton, Strubenvale, Nuffield 1, Everest, Gugulethu, Selection Park and Springs Mall being restored immediately on Sunday. The Energy department is working on establishing the cause of the fire, while technicians are continuously assessing other existing alternative power supplies to restore more areas that are currently off. On Tuesday, 18 February, power supply to the New Era and Rietfontein water reservoirs was fully restored. Some residential areas that are back on include; Reedville, Dalfouche, Wright Park, New Estates, Springs Extension and Far East Rand hospital. Currently technicians are on site caring out preparatory work for installation of temporary supply to restore power to all customers. Furthermore, large power users may soon be requested to reduce their consumption in order to enable the city to sufficiently supply other customers during this emergency period. Residents are warned to treat all electrical installations as live at all times. The City of Ekurhuleni apologises for any inconvenience caused.
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Please note that due to cable theft that took place in the early hours of today (04/07/2019), power outages was experienced in specific parts of Springs area. The following areas were affected:
• Golden Springs
• Parts of Selcourt
• Parts of Selection Park
• Parts of Daggafontein
• Parts of Nuffield
Work to restore power has already been undertaken with the intention of restoring power to the affected areas by 15:00 today. No guarantee can however be given that this deadline will be met.
Work will however continue until the urgent repair work has been completed. All Electrical Networks, Equipment shall be regarded as being electrically alive at all times while the maintenance is performed.
The City of Ekurhuleni would like to apologizes for any inconvenience caused to our valued customers.