Electricity is different from the other services we use on a daily basis, in that unlike water and air which are produced naturally, electricity can be manufactured.
In South Africa, our most abundant, cost-effective source of energy is coal, found predominantly in Mpumalanga and the Northern Province.
Eskom relies on coal fired power stations to produce approximately 90% of South Africa’s electricity, using over 90 million tons of coal per annum.
As the temperature decreases and our need to stay warm increases, we find ourselves spending an awful amount of money on heating systems and overall energy consumption.
In this article, our team at Zero Tolerance Electrical will be sharing a few handy tips on how to save electricity this winter.