Nobody wants to sit in the dark and you can beat Eskom’s load shedding with portable generators. If you worried about the power supply to your office or home, you might want to consider some of the great deals on Yamaha and Honda generators. Whether you are looking to buy one for your farm or hire one for your office, it is worth investigating these generators. There is nothing worse than not being able to print that essential document or have that early morning cup of tea and there is no need to lead your life without these comforts.
If you want to beat Eskom’s load shedding with portable generators, you would need to consider how much power you need and whether you are looking to provide energy to your home or office. Tips on buying generators include making sure you are aware of exactly what appliances you will need to provide power to with your machine. This will determine the size that you will need. You should consider whether the need is a permanent one, in which case you will need to buy a generator, or whether it is a temporary one, in which case you might just want to hire one. Price may also be a consideration. If it is then you should look out for sale signs in your local newspapers and online networks.
Honda generators are well known for being silent and dependable. They are completely portable which means you can use them at your beach house, camping ground or city office. If you need a noise free environment might want to buy or hire their EU series which makes nearly no noise, but if you are in a busy city you could use one of their industrial models which are slightly more noisy. Yamaha is one of the fastest growing producers of generators and will most certainly have a model that meets your needs. So there is absolutely no need to be left in the dark. Beat Eskom’s load shedding schedule with portable generators.
Electricity Load Shedding – Is there any Schedule?
Many people have been asking themselves and others this question since the last bouts of load shedding in 2010 which left many people literally in the dark for hours on end. Many just take it as a given that there will inevitably be load shedding and with the power supplier Eskom always hinting at the fact that South African’s should “brace themselves” many people are asking if there is scheduled load shedding or if it is just going to be random.
Although the question still remains: At the moment, Eskom has yet to release a load shedding schedule and instead has asked the South African public to try all the possible options to reduce electricity consumption and reduce the risk of load shedding. Eskom have stated that consumer behaviour would have a huge impact on how sever any potential power cuts would be. The power provider has also informed consumers that should there be any power cuts, that residential areas which includes homes and small businesses will bear the brunt of the interruptions as it this will not effect the country as much like it would if it were major industries bore the brunt. The reason for this is that the economy cannot afford to shutdown major industries for a few hours and let alone an extended period of time.
However this is not to say that there is no schedule at all for you to play your life around. Some cities have taken it upon themselves to communicate clearly any power outages that they have become aware of. Johannesburg City Power is one of the electricity authorities that has regularly updated it suburb by suburb schedule, however this has lead to mass confusion as they say there will be outages and no outages occurred.