The City’s Directorate of Energy says an additional R28-million has been allocated to further improve electricity delivery to Mother City residents.
The allocation forms part of the 2021/2022 budget and includes a R12-million set aside for the City’s meter-replacement programme.
Mayco member, Beverley van Reenen says R5-million had been budgeted to upgrade and maintain high voltage sub-stations.
Van Reenen urges residents to help protect the City’s electricity infrastructure.
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The City of Cape Town’s Council-approved the Adjustment Budget for 2012/2022 by allocating an additional R28 million to the Energy Directorate to further enhance and accelerate critical service delivery to residents.
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