A Namibian independent power producer, Arandis Power, has offered 120 MW of flexible power generation capacity to South African utility Eskom, a company official said on Monday.

Arandis Power IPP managing director Ezio Vernetti said the offer was made within the framework of a Request for Information issued on Dec. 13, 2019, by the South African Department of Mineral Resources and Energy.

“The Department of Mineral Resources and Eskom have identified that there is a power generation gap in South Africa of 4,000MW in the short to medium term, and propose that of this, 2,000MW be supplied from dispatchable power sources comparable to that offered by Arandis Power from Namibia,” he said. Enditem

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