|Southern African Renewable and Alternative Energy Association (SAAEA)|
One tends to forget the devastating impact Eskom has had on the South African economy. Economic growth was ticking along fairly well in the mid-2000s until electricity compacity constraints in 2007/08 started to strangle expansion. The Zuma years, in many ways, have further led us down the road of recession that we now find ourselves in. But Eskom, which is now reportedly seeking an almost 20% price hike next year, is again grabbing headlines for all the wrong reasons. South Africans, in the load shedding years, already started to distance themselves from Eskom, either by turning to solar or by just refusing to pay tariffs – a situation that has significantly dented municipalities’ budgets. As if the recent drama around Zupta controlled Tegeta and the Life of Brian (Molefe) weren’t enough, one wonders what further damage Eskom will inflict on SA. – Gareth van Zyl
Solar panel anti-theft system - Agency available.
Integrated waste management plan - RSA
60 kW waste-to-energy systems - 162 kW Solar PV water pumps
Solar Panel 135 KVA capacity with complete kit
Solar Water Heaters - RSA
Services for Renewable Energy Grid
Two 300KVA Standby Generators - RSA
Installation of a 40 kWp PV plant - RSA
Two Solar Power Plants and Associated Equipment
14MW Battery Energy Storage System
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