Going off the grid is always possible, but not necessarily always feasible. For isolated locations using generators, which are technically already off the grid, a full microgrid system (solar plus battery storage) can be extremely beneficial. If you are currently supplied by Eskom or a municipality, it is financially more attractive to subsidize your utility storage with solar power during solar producing hours. Battery storage is not yet feasible for utility powered locations; however, we see this to a change in the near future.

Going off the grid is always possible, but not necessarily always feasible. For isolated locations using generators, which are technically already off the grid, a full microgrid system (solar plus battery storage) can be extremely beneficial. If you are currently supplied by Eskom or a municipality, it is financially more attractive to subsidize your utility storage with solar power during solar producing hours. Battery storage is not yet feasible for utility powered locations; however, we see this to a change in the near future.

Going off the grid is always possible, but not necessarily always feasible. For isolated locations using generators, which are technically already off the grid, a full microgrid system (solar plus battery storage) can be extremely beneficial. If you are currently supplied by Eskom or a municipality, it is financially more attractive to subsidize your utility storage with solar power during solar producing hours. Battery storage is not yet feasible for utility powered locations; however, we see this to a change in the near future.

Going off the grid is always possible, but not necessarily always feasible. For isolated locations using generators, which are technically already off the grid, a full microgrid system (solar plus battery storage) can be extremely beneficial. If you are currently supplied by Eskom or a municipality, it is financially more attractive to subsidize your utility storage with solar power during solar producing hours. Battery storage is not yet feasible for utility powered locations; however, we see this to a change in the near future.

Going off the grid is always possible, but not necessarily always feasible. For isolated locations using generators, which are technically already off the grid, a full microgrid system (solar plus battery storage) can be extremely beneficial. If you are currently supplied by Eskom or a municipality, it is financially more attractive to subsidize your utility storage with solar power during solar producing hours. Battery storage is not yet feasible for utility powered locations; however, we see this to a change in the near future.

Going off the grid is always possible, but not necessarily always feasible. For isolated locations using generators, which are technically already off the grid, a full microgrid system (solar plus battery storage) can be extremely beneficial. If you are currently supplied by Eskom or a municipality, it is financially more attractive to subsidize your utility storage with solar power during solar producing hours. Battery storage is not yet feasible for utility powered locations; however, we see this to a change in the near future.

Going off the grid is always possible, but not necessarily always feasible. For isolated locations using generators, which are technically already off the grid, a full microgrid system (solar plus battery storage) can be extremely beneficial. If you are currently supplied by Eskom or a municipality, it is financially more attractive to subsidize your utility storage with solar power during solar producing hours. Battery storage is not yet feasible for utility powered locations; however, we see this to a change in the near future.

Going off the grid is always possible, but not necessarily always feasible. For isolated locations using generators, which are technically already off the grid, a full microgrid system (solar plus battery storage) can be extremely beneficial. If you are currently supplied by Eskom or a municipality, it is financially more attractive to subsidize your utility storage with solar power during solar producing hours. Battery storage is not yet feasible for utility powered locations; however, we see this to a change in the near future.

Going off the grid is always possible, but not necessarily always feasible. For isolated locations using generators, which are technically already off the grid, a full microgrid system (solar plus battery storage) can be extremely beneficial. If you are currently supplied by Eskom or a municipality, it is financially more attractive to subsidize your utility storage with solar power during solar producing hours. Battery storage is not yet feasible for utility powered locations; however, we see this to a change in the near future.

Going off the grid is always possible, but not necessarily always feasible. For isolated locations using generators, which are technically already off the grid, a full microgrid system (solar plus battery storage) can be extremely beneficial. If you are currently supplied by Eskom or a municipality, it is financially more attractive to subsidize your utility storage with solar power during solar producing hours. Battery storage is not yet feasible for utility powered locations; however, we see this to a change in the near future.