Enter a New Eskom-Free Era

Enter a New Eskom-Free Era In light of recently re-introduced load shedding in Cape Town, many in both the private and the public sector are discussing the crumbling infrastructure at Eskom. Considering the extent of Eskom’s problems, even the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry is now saying that businesses need to make an urgent

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Media Release: Cape Town’s Largest PVT Installation

NEW SOUTHERN ENERGY & SOLARUS 11 December 2018 MEDIA RELEASE Cape Town’s Largest PVT Installation to Date 15 on Orange Hotel in Cape Town, part of Marriott International’s Autograph Collection along with the Body Corporate at this prestigious address, is proud to announce that the newly installed Solarus solar system on the building’s roof is

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Agriculture Key to Opportunity in Africa

Agriculture is Key to Growth Recent statements by the African Development Bank (AFDB) reflects that agriculture is key to unleashing vast opportunities in export growth. An increase in Africa’s exports will inevitably improve the GDP. Presently, more than 65% of the worlds arable land is located in Africa. However, the sector only accounts for 25%

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Distributed Energy in Africa’s Hospitality Industry

Distributed Energy in Africa’s Hospitality Industry We firmly believe that renewable energy is a key resource in providing power to the African continent. Considering only a nominal percentage of Africa’s population has access to power, we believe our solutions can make a meaningful impact to improve the lives of millions of people across Africa; and

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The Unique Value of Solar PVT

Largest Solar PVT Project in Cape Town As of 1 October we began the installation of our most recent Photovoltaic and Thermal (PVT) project in Cape Town. The project is a large rooftop solar plant on the African Pride 15 on Orange Hotel in Cape Town. This hotel is one of many luxury hotels in Marriott

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Solar Plants

Solar Plants & Monitoring – Why?

Real-time monitoring of Solar Plants Solar plants benefit their owners by producing power in line with expectations for the duration of the plant’s life. Typically, a plant’s life lasts about 25 years. If a solar plant is not monitored in real-time, it will be virtually impossible to know when it is not producing what it

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