Thursday, February 13
Five projects at a cost of Rs 6.2 billion. The Central Electricity Board (CEB) does not skimp on the means for the production and supply of electricity. In fact, the electricity consumption is increasing and according to the forecasts of the CEB, a hint of 461 megawatt (MW) would be achieved this year.
Saturday, December 28
Between Rs 4.50 and Rs 5 per kWh. This is the price at which the Central Electricity Board (CEB) will purchase electricity from CT Power.
Monday, December 23
The project: a solar farm that will produce 500 kilowatts of electricity at Balaclava. The initiative comes not to the Central Electricity Board or a large independent producer, but a cooperative of small farmers in the northern region.
Wednesday, December 18
Budget 2014 provides that the Central Electricity Board (CEB) puts counters prepaid service subscribers who wish from this month. However, we will have to wait until the first counters come into operation.
Sunday, December 15
The Central Electricity Board (CEB) is preparing for any eventuality for years to come. Year after year, an increase of 8 to 10% of energy consumption was noted. The CEB has prepared a plan which will evolve over time because energy demand is growing.
Monday, November 25
The proposed coal plant in Pointe-aux-Caves, Albion, will see the day. It shall come into operation in 2016. This was announced by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Utilities, Rashid Beebeejaun at the Private Notice Question (PNQ) the Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Friday, November 22.
Saturday, November 09
The Minister of Finance yesterday announced significant investments in the utilities sector. Among the measures mentioned, the prepaid electricity meters. For water, the Water Tank Scheme will be extended.
Saturday, October 19
Both engines each generate 23 megawatts of electricity. This was said Tuesday at Early Bird, the president of the CEB, Balraj Naroo. In fact, a team of European experts is currently in Mauritius to make an assessment of these two engines and will, thereafter, its recommendations to CEB. Cracks have indeed been found in both engines.
Tuesday, October 08
An additional bill of Rs 900 million for the five months with CEB repair Sulzer two turbines with cracks.
Monday, September 30
The Small Scale Distributed Generation Project (SSDG), which is in line with the Maurice Ile Durable concept, is designed for those wishing to generate electricity for their own consumption from renewable sources and sell the surplus to the Central Electricity Board (CEB). To date, 1.4 MW of electricity produced was injected into the network of the CEB.