The South African Electricity IndustryISMO and the Road to Reform

The First Step Towards the End of Eskom's Monopoly

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Opening up the power generation sector to independent power producers is imperative as Eskom has shown some of its limits, such as severe funding shortfall, an extremely tight power system, and new-build projects being continuously delayed while power demand shoots. The dominant position of Eskom in power generation, transmission, and distribution prevents third parties from having an open and equal access to the transmission grid. Therefore, the Department of Energy developed the Independent System and Market Operator (ISMO) Bill with the aim to transfer some transmission-related functions from Eskom to the ISMO. The aim of this research service is to understand the functions to be endorsed by the ISMO and its consequences on Eskom.

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The South African Electricity Industry—ISMO and the Road to ReformExecutive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)The South African Electricity Industry ContextThe South African Electricity Industry ContextThe South African Electricity Industry Context (continued)The South African Electricity Industry Context (continued)The South African Electricity Industry Context (continued)Introduction of an ISMO in South AfricaIntroduction of an ISMO in South Africa—DefinitionIntroduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Definition (continued)Introduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Legislation and StatusIntroduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Legislation and Status (continued)Introduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Legislation and Status (continued)Introduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Legislation and Status (continued)Introduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Typical Functions Performed by an ISMOIntroduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Current Allocation of FunctionsIntroduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Current Allocation of Functions (continued)Introduction of an ISMO in South Africa—New Allocation of FunctionsIntroduction of an ISMO in South Africa—New Allocation of Functions (continued)Introduction of an ISMO in South Africa—New Allocation of Functions (continued)Introduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Uncertainties Pertaining to the ISMO BillIntroduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Uncertainties Pertaining to the ISMO Bill (continued)Introduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Implementation Process: Phased ApproachIntroduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Implementation Process: Phased Approach (continued)Introduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Implementation Process: Differing OpinionsIntroduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Implementation Process: Differing Opinions (continued)Introduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Long-Term AdvantagesIntroduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Long-Term Advantages (continued)Introduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Scenario DevelopmentIntroduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Scenario 1: ISMO Without Transmission AssetsIntroduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Scenario 1: ISMO Without Transmission Assets (continued)Introduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Scenario 2: TSO With Transmission AssetsIntroduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Scenario 2: TSO With Transmission Assets (continued)Introduction of an ISMO in South Africa—Scenario 2: TSO With Transmission Assets (continued)Impact AnalysisImpact Analysis—Staff Transfer and RequirementsImpact Analysis—Staff Transfer and Requirements (continued)Impact Analysis—Eskom Financial PositionImpact Analysis—Eskom Financial Position: Scenario 1.AImpact Analysis—Eskom Financial Position: Scenario 1.BImpact Analysis—Eskom Financial Position: Scenario 2.AImpact Analysis—Eskom Financial Position: Scenario 2.BImpact Analysis—Eskom Financial Position: SummaryImpact Analysis—Eskom Financial Position: Summary (continued)ConclusionsConclusionsConclusions (continued)Legal DisclaimerAppendixList of AcronymsList of Acronyms (continued)The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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