PV Solar

Tired of load shedding disrupting your day-to-day life and operations? Turn to our Cape Town-based business for reliable solar solutions that can power your home or business through blackouts and load shedding. Our team offers a range of high-quality solar solutions designed to help you navigate the challenges that come with load shedding. Whether you need a solar panel installation, backup battery systems, or other load shedding solutions, we've got you covered. With our solar solutions, you can say goodbye to the disruption and inconvenience of load shedding.

Typical Residential PV systems

5 KW System

For home/business using up to 20 kw/units per day

  • 1 x 5 KVA Hybrid Inverter
  • 1 x 5 KwH Lithium battery
  • 8 x 455W PV panels (expandible)
  • Installation
  • Certificate of compliance
  • SSEG Application with COCT

Estimate : R 162 000 incl VAT

8 KW System

For home/business using 20 - 30 kw/units per day

  • 1 x 8 KVA Hybrid Inverter
  • 2 x 5 KwH Lithium battery
  • 10 - 12 x 545W PV panels
  • Installation
  • Certificate of compliance
  • SSEG Application with COCT

Estimate : R 229 000 - R 245 000 incl VAT

12 KW - 3 phase System

For home/business using more than 30 kw/units per day

  • 1 x 12 KVA 3P Hybrid Inverter
  • 3 x 5 KwH Lithium battery
  • 12 - 14 x 545W PV panels
  • Installation
  • Certificate of compliance
  • SSEG Application with COCT

Estimate : R 263 000 - 275 000 incl VAT

Loadshedding back-up systems - no PV panels

5 KW System

  • 1 x 5 KVA Hybrid Inverter
  • 1 x 5 KwH Lithium battery (expandible)
  • Installation
  • Certificate of compliance

Estimate : R 89 000 incl VAT

8 KW System

  • 1 x 8 KVA Hybrid Inverter
  • 2 x 5 KwH Lithium battery
  • Installation
  • Certificate of compliance

Estimate : R 148 000 incl VAT

12 KW - 3 phase System

  • 1 x 12 KVA 3P Hybrid Inverter
  • 2 x 5 KwH Lithium battery
  • Installation
  • Certificate of compliance

Estimate : R 192 000 incl VAT

Why Solar?

The Sun provides enough energy to meet the entire world's energy demand. Unlike fossil fuels such as coal and natural gas,
solar doesn't release harmful pollutants or greenhouse gasses that causes damage to our air and water supply.
The only limitation of solar power is our ability to turn the sun's warm rays into electricity to run our way of life.
Not only is solar good for our plannet, but it saves on your electricity bill and provides backup power for when loadshedding occurs.

8 529.68 kWH (8 529.68 units) over a year. Based on 5kW solar system installed on a North facing roof with a 35 degree pitch.

How it works.

The sun's rays are collected using the PV panels, which converts the suns light energy in to electrical DC energy.
this energy is then stored using batteries whilst also feeding the Inverter that coverts the energy to usable AC electricity that we use in our homes.
The battery keeps the inverter supplied during the night when the sun isn't shinning or if the power is out (loadshedding).

Frequently Asked Questions?

Solar panels will produce electricity for at least 25 years. Panels will continue to generate electricity after 25 years, but at a decreasing rate.

Solar panels can be installed on almost any kind of roof material and almost any roof structure (flat roof, pitched roof, etc.). Panels are attached to your roof with a mounting structure. The best mounting structure for your home depends on how your roof is built and what type of roofing materials you have. We will recommend an appropriate mounting structure upon site inspection.

Grid tie backup and hybrid (with battery installed) systems will keep the essential circuits on during loadshedding. The installer will advise which circuits to be installed on the essential side of the inverter, depending on the size of your inverter and the power consumed by your appliances. Grid tie inverters without batteries will cut the power to ensure the safety of technicians who might be working on the powerlines outside your home.

A kilowatt-hour (kWh) is a measurement of how much electricity you use over the course of one hour. This is the equivalent of 1 unit of electricity purchased.

A solar PV system typically requires very little maintenance and are incredibly durable. If possible, we do recommend getting your panels cleaned once or twice a year. Using your garden hose should be enough to rinse your panels. If you’d like to do a deeper clean, we recommend using a 1-part vinegar, 2-parts water solution every six months to reduce mineral deposits and keep your panels operating at maximum efficiency.
We recommend that any rinsing be done in the early morning while the panels are still cool.

Most inverters are compatible with data loggers. These devices allow you to see real-time information on your phone or computer.