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What to Look for in Solar Panels

By [email protected] | July 16, 2021

From warranties and guarantees to the products they offer, here’s a list of things you should look into for deciding which solar panel is best for you. Warranties Solar energy is a long-term investment, meaning it can last well over 30 years. Solar panel warranties help guarantee that long-term investment. Manufacturers typically offer two types of warranties:

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Tier 1 vs Tier 2 Solar Panels

By [email protected] | July 16, 2021

If you’re investing in solar panels, you want to pick a product that is built to last for 30+ years.  You want reliable panels that you don’t have to worry about or replace with warranties just in case anything happens. You want efficient panels that will churn out as much electricity as possible. Throughout your

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Monocrystalline vs. Polycrystalline Solar Panels

By [email protected] | May 11, 2021

Polycrystalline solar cells are blended from multiple silicon sources and are slightly less efficient. Monocrystalline solar cells are more efficient because they are cut from a single source of silicon. Thin-film technology costs less than mono or poly panels, but is also less efficient. It is mainly used in large-scale commercial applications. Additionally, PERC Cells

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Introducing Rent to Own

By [email protected] | March 22, 2021

We know that times are hard, and the economy is a bit of a mess. But we are optimistic that times will change, and we need to be as productive as we can be in all that we do to power up the economy back to record levels that are now a distant memory. And

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Lets grow together..

By [email protected] | March 12, 2021

Be a part of For communities

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Waking up to Power FM

By [email protected] | February 12, 2021

Our founder, Khumbulani Mpofu was interviewed on PowerFM 98.7 this week. He had to wake up at 3am to make it for the interview, which is perhaps why he spoke about goats and livestock for a bit before the coffee took effect. The conversation then goat, sorry, it got serious shortly before 5am and he spoke

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They may have loadshedded (sp) the English too..

By [email protected] | February 5, 2021

You may have seen the alarming news article about Eskom wanting to make homeowners that have solar installations pay more for electricity. This one here got a lot of buzz.. But we think they ran out of English data bundles, and perhaps the load-shedding interrupted what they meant to tell us… Unfortunately it makes some

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How many solar panels do I need to power my home?

By [email protected] | January 2, 2021

Your energy usage in kilowatt-hours (kWh) dictates the size of your system. Panels have a broad range of wattages (270W-495W is common as of late 2020), and other factors like local sun exposure, mount orientation and the presence of a battery bank also play a part. We sometimes get asked: “How many solar panels do

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Solar 101: How Solar Really Works

By [email protected] | December 23, 2020

Solar photovoltaic systems, often called solar PV for short, are made up of a number of components, the biggest and most important being the solar panels, solar inverters, mounting platforms and cabling infrastructure. Combined, these components harness radiant light from the sun, convert it into electricity and transmit it into homes and businesses to power

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Battery Storage. For when the sun doesnt shine.

By [email protected] | December 22, 2020

A battery stores electrical energy in a reversible chemical reaction. The renewable energy (RE) source (PV, wind, or hydro) produces the energy, and the battery stores it for times of low or no RE production. Most batteries employed in renewable energy systems use the same electro-chemical reactions as the lead-acid battery in your car. But,

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