Load-shedding has not been a problem for Eskom for the past 11 months and the power utility has projected that there will be no load-shedding for the remainder of this winter until March 2017. This is according to chief executive Brian Molefe, who delivered the state of the quarter address at the Power-Gen DistribuTECH Africa 2016 conference in Sandton on Tuesday.Molefe said Eskom has sufficient generation capacity to meet demand. He said the energy availability for June 2016 was reported at 81%, a record high since July 2013. Unplanned maintenance has also been reduced to 9.3%. The power utility has also managed to make the required replacements to damaged equipment, and upgraded infrastructure. Thirty-one substations and 287 transformers have been repaired.