Theft and vandalism

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Kenya Power intensifies ploys on illegal power connections

Kenya Power has rolled out a countrywide campaign to weed out illegal power connections and curb theft of electricity, starting out in Nairobi.

Eskom teams up with police to restore electricity supply in Gauteng

The Gauteng Provincial Government will work with Eskom to deal with the problems of ongoing disruptions in the supply of electricity in the province.
non-technical losses

Perspective on non-technical losses from Enel Foundation

The distribution of electricity implies a certain amount of loss of power that could be classified into technical and non-technical losses (NTL), with the latter...
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Eskom clamps down on criminal activity

Eskom has focused efforts on the removal of illegal connections, conducting meter audits, repairing faulty or tampered meters and, of critical importance,...

Transformer vandals to serve 18 years

On Friday, two suspects found guilty of vandalising assets belonging to Kenya's state-owned power utility Kenya Power were sentenced to a combined...

Kenya Power: vandal receives 10-year prison sentence

In Kenya, a Nanyuki court has sentenced a suspect to 10 years in prison or a fine of KShs.5 million for vandalism.

SA judiciary says 12-years in the slammer for meter tampering

With serious efforts to enforce zero tolerance towards electricity theft and vandalism on state assets, the South African judicial system is playing hardball. A suspect...

Eskom recovers R5m worth of stolen copper cables

Eskom has recovered R5 million worth of stolen Eskom infrastructure, including aluminium and copper cables in Muldersdrift, Johannesburg. Following the recovery, a suspect has been arrested for...
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Is it possible to achieve zero non-technical losses?

Fraudsters never stand still – so why do you in your attempts to beat them? The threat of lost revenue poses an opportunity to...

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