Kusile Power Station

Kusile Power Station

Kusile is a coal-fired power station close to the existing Kendal Power Station in the Nkangala District of the Mpumalanga Province. “Kusile” is a Ndebele and Siswati word meaning “The dawn has come.” The station will consist of six units, each rated at approximately 800 MW installed capacity, giving a total of 4800 MW. As such it will be one of the largest coal-fired power stations in the world, once finished. As a rule, a coal-fired power station takes about ten years to build, but due to capacity constraints, the Kusile project has been fast-tracked and it is anticipated that it will take about eight years to complete.



South Africa, Mpumalanga Province, Emalahleni


ESKOM South Africa


MHPSE, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Europe

Scope of services

Pipe Support Design for Low Pressure Systems

Planning, Calculation, Design, Bill of Material preparation, Detail Design Documentation preparation

3D support design using SUcad+ and integration with Intergraph PDS

Approx. 1600 supports per unit, total approx. 9600 supports

At the Glance

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