Solar Africa

Anti-theft Solar Solutions in Africa

A Rise in the Use of Solar It is no doubt that solar power is the cheapest energy generating technology. It is currently available on the market for 60 countries across the world. In most of these countries, an investment in a solar installation would generate a 20% return. We are therefore starting to see

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Solar Africa

Top 5 Safety Practices When Installing Solar

Recently on site at a new installation in Gauteng, we had to install a safety line to avoid the risk of falling from the edge while working. Unfortunately, the 136kWp grid-tied installation at Romans Pizza Head Office in Centurion is not the only site where we have had to overcome potential safety hazards. Solar safety

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Green Design

Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency in Building

Energy conservation by way of energy efficiency in the building industry has become a top focus for business owners & investors all over the world. Strategic investments of renewable energy solutions ensure businesses will reduce not only their environmental footprint, but also their overall OPEX. Cheaper energy production solutions coupled with energy efficient consumption methodologies

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Sustainable Solar Energy Production

Sustainable energy is defined as energy that can be continuously restored without causing negative environmental, or health effects. This energy creation is harmless to the ecosystem, humans, animals, and pollution free. Sustainable energy sources are energy sources that can be continuously harvested for a very long time. This means that it is harvested and utilized

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Impacts of Sustainable Energy in Africa

Sustainable energy refers to energy obtained from non-exhaustive sources, such as wind, hydroelectric, geothermal, biomass and solar. Each source of energy has unique benefits and costs, but the benefits of sustainable sources far outnumber the loss. Access to clean and modern energy has always been a major problem facing the African continent. Over 80% of

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