Energy,Electricity and streetlights maintanance

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PUBLIC WORKS AND INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
ENERGY & ELECTRICITY
PROJECTS IN THE CENTRAL REGION
Director: K.J Leepile
SEPTEMBER 2011
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INFEED POINTS
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Kwagga 275kV
Njala 275kV
Rietvlei 132kV
Buffel 132kV
Mabopane 33kV
Hartbeespoort 33kV
Hammanskraal 11kV
Rooiwal PS
Pretoria West PS
Wildebees (future)
Summerhill (future)
Power Station
Existing Infeed Station
Future Infeed Station
TSHWANE LOAD PROFILE
Tshwane Projected Load Profile
2011-03-24
4400
2846
2854
2862
2869
2025
2026
2027
2818
2024
2345
2018
2558
2339
2017
2441
2306
2016
2020
2304
2015
2409
2269
2217
2013
2014
2213
2012
2208
2010
2212
2181
2026
2008
2009
2020
1667
1787
2007
1600
1632
1800
1533
2000
1691
2200
1867
2400
1400
2023
2022
2021
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
2001
MVA
2600
2011
2800
2019
3400
3200
3000
2723
4200
4000
3800
3600
Years
Wildebees
Wildebees_5%
Hammanskraal_5%
CoT Total Load (5%)
Pretoria West PS_5%
Rooiwal PS_5%
Rooiwal PS
Pretoria West PS
Kwagga
Rietvlei
Buffel
Njala
Hammanskraal
Hartebeespoort
Kwagga_5%
Buffel_5%
Rietvlei_5%
Njala_5%
Hartebeespoort_5%
Central Region (ASD)
20 YEAR MASTERPLAN
Gomsand Bulk Capacity project
2011/12
To keep as 100% back-up
configuration by adding two
35MVA transformers from
Wolmer and other two 35MVA
transformers from Orchards.
(Upgrade from 35MVA to
105MVA)
To accommodate the future
growth in the Central Region
The total project cost: R33 million
and project duration from 20102013
CENTRAL WEST REGION
CURRENT
PROJECT
GOMSAND
132/11kV
SUBSTATION
START COMM. PROJECT
DATE
DATE
COST
2010
2013
TOTAL
TOTAL MVA TO BE ADDED
R 33 mil
WARDS
55
2,3,4,7
PRIMARY PROJECT DESCRIPTION
Upgrade from 35MVA to 105MVA
R 33 mil
70MVA
Bulk Capacity Backlogs
Bulk Capacity Backlogs
CURRENT PROJECTS
START
COMM.
PROJECT
132/11kV SUBSTATION
DATE
DATE
COST
NEW HATFIELD
2020
2022
R 55mil
Construct new 120MVA substation (developer)
RIVER
2020
2022
R 60 mil
To be refurbished (HATFIELD S/S will de-load River in future)
2019
2021
R 50mil
ZEBRA
PRIMARY PROJECT DESCRIPTION
Reconfigure from 100% backup to ARBC (Upgrade from 70MVA to 105MVA)
2015
2017
R 40 mil
Upgrade and extend the substation by adding the third transformer. Will keep the
100% back-up configuration.
CAPITAL PARK
2025
2027
R 50mil
Upgrade from 70MVA to 105MVA
BOOM
2027
2029
R 30mil
SAULSVILLE
2025
2027
R 50mil
2020
2022
R 55 mil
2025
2027
R 50mil
TUNNEL
NEW LOTUS
ATTERIDGEVILLE
TOTAL
TOTAL MVA TO BE ADDED
Replace 20 MVA transformers and protection
Upgrade from 70MVA to 105MVA
Construct new 120MVA substation
Upgrade from 70MVA to 105MVA
R 440 mil
415 MVA
Bulk Capacity Backlogs
NAME
STATUS
CoT APPLICATIONS TO ESKOM

Applied
for
33kV
80MVA
(firm)
at
Hartebeespoort Infeed Station. This will
supply the top Haretebeespoort dam supply
•City of Tshwane (CoT) applied to Eskom
for increase in supply at Hartebeespoort in
2008.
area: Zilkaatsnek, Sandspruit, Schietfontein,
PMP,
• The upgrading of the primary substations 
in the Hartebeespoort area depends on
the upgrading of Hartebeespoort Infeed
station.
Applied
•Hartebeespoort Infeed Station is fully
loaded (40MVA) with no spare capacity.
substations.
•Indications from Eskom for the upgrading
of the Hartebeespoort Infeed station is in
2019.
and
Swartspruit
33/11kV
substations.
•Waiting for Feasibility quote from Eskom
HARTEBEESPOORT
INFEED STATION
Yskor

for
88kV
50MVA
(firm)
at
Hartebeespoort Infeed Station. This will
supply the mid Hartebeespoort dam supply
area: Ifafi and new Hartebeespoort 88/11kV
Applied
for
132kV
100MVA
(firm)
Anderson/Summerhill/Lomond
Station.
This
Hartebeespoort
will
supply
dam
at
Infeed
the
bottom
supply
area:
Broederstroom, new Crocodile and Florapark
132/11kV substations.
Load Forecast
Kwagga - 24 March 2011
1300.0
1200.0
855
855
855
855
855
855
855
855
855
855
855
900
900
881
901
902
905
819
861
870
800
840
941
922
902
997
979
960
870
800.0
890
900.0
915
1000.0
780
MVA
1100.0
855
1150 1162
1123 1137
1109
1095
1064 1080
1048
1015 1032
700.0
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027
Years
Load Growth w.r.t. other infeeds
Predicted Load Growth
Installed/Firm Capacity
Firm Operational Capacity
Installed Unfirm Capacity
Streetlight Monitoring Devices
• To introduce a Tele-management systems for
streetlights: (Real Time Streetlight Monitor)
– To control streetlights remotely
– Proactive monitoring and maintenance of streetlights in
the Inner City
– Safety; manually control of the lighting levels for the safety
of pedestrians and motorists
– Maintenance control: in line with SANS 10 098,
maintenance plan on streetlights
– Management Cost Reduction
– Energy Cost Reduction
Social Responsibility
• Electrification of the informal settlements to
provide basic services to the low cost housing
• A total number 0f 23, 000 backlogs in the
Central Region only
• Creation of temporary jobs during the
implementation of projects (target: 5000 jobs
to be created)
PROJECTS NOT ADDRESSING BACKLOG (depends on customer
applications and winter load for general up grades)
IDP No.
710005
710006
710163
710164
710176
710177
710325
710480
710481
710484
712483
712006
712759
712861
712688
712862
Name
Upgrading/ Strengthening of Existing Network Schemes
Payments to Townships for Reticulated Towns
Sub Transmission System Equipment Refurbishment
11kV Panel Extension In Substations
Replacement of Obsolete And Dangerous Switchgear
Low Voltage Network Within Towns
Communication Upgrade: Optical Fibre net
Strengthening 11kV Cable network
Strengthening 11kV Overhead Network
Substations
New Connections
Replacement of Obsolete And non functional Equipment
Capital Funded from Operating
Replacement of Obsolete Protection and Testing Instruments
Energy Efficiency and Demand Side Management
Rooiwal Power Station Refurbishment
TOTAL
Budget (R’ m)
5,5
3
15
6
12
16
6
11
13
3
22
1
3
1
25
5,8
148.3
14
Public lighting maintenance
Depot Area
Princes Park
Metro-Routes
Fortsig
Atteridgeville
Number of Complains Received
2651
Number of Complains
Completed
Number of Complains
Outstanding
2447
200
155
15
737
155
1092
136
171
891
1229
% Achieved
88,5%
CONCLUSION
• The present CoT electricity network is fully loaded and Eskom will
only be able to supply more capacity by February 2014.
• Most of the Infeed-stations are overloaded and some needs to be
upgraded in order to provide more capacity to the City.
• Need to explore new technologies to better our services but the
question budget still remains a big concern
• The challenge is that, even if the substations are upgraded, no
power can be transferred until CoT network has been upgraded.
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The under funding/ Cut of funds of electricity bulk infrastructure
have a negative impact on service delivery and development and the
loss in revenue.
END
QUESTIONS
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