Download MyEnergy Monitor

MyEnergy Monitor is a useful utility that runs in your taskbar and helps you keep on top current energy concerns in the country.

latest version 2.3.1 (1.91 MB)

MyEnergy Monitor Features

- Power Monitor
  • View the current national power status and receive notifications when it changes.
  • Monitor multiple locations simultaneously, with each having their own actions to take when a scheduled power cut is detected!
  • Automatically receive alerts on your desktop BEFORE the power is scheduled to go!
  • Schedule your computer to shutdown/hibernate before the power is cut.
  • Setup custom files or scripts to run (run a script to send an sms/backup a database etc)!
  • Have events written to the Windows event log warning of a scheduled power cut!
- Fuel Monitor
  • View the latest fuel prices, as well as details about the next petrol price change (coastal or inland pricing).
  • Setup notifications to receive regular alerts days before the new fuel prices come into effect reminding you to fill up!




Download the latest version of the MyEnergy Monitor here (1.91 MB).

Installation instructions

  1. Click here to download MyEnergy Monitor (1.91 MB)
  2. Unzip, and run the installer (setup.exe)
  3. Follow the setup wizard
  4. Launch MyEnergy Monitor

In case of problems please check that you have the .NET framework 2.0 installed (Download MS .NET framework 2.0).

MyEnergy Monitor runs on Microsoft Windows only. It requires the .NET framework 2.0 and an internet connection to operate.

If the above download button is not working, you can download the application directly


live load shedding info

The current power status was not able to be determined.
 Pre-emptive load shedding is not in progress.
scheduled for load shedding at *

user reported outages **
No outages reported
No outages reported
No outages reported
Total reported hours without power since Eskom suspended load shedding on 5 May 2008
* the values are calculated using the schedules we currently have in the system, based on the outages at . these values do not apply if pre-emptive load shedding is not in action.
** users can report unexpected outages using the MyEnergy Monitor desktop tool. values are updated every 15 minutes.


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