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Alternative Energy

1. Generator Solutions

Generators are a great way to provide temporary electricity in the event of a load shedding or at temporary sites. They are also useful for providing back-up power to critical equipment, such as medical equipment and computers.

Generators can be used in homes and offices as well. When they are used in homes, they can provide power during load shedding periods and so that you don’t have to worry about running out of lights or air conditioning while you’re away from home. In offices, they can provide back-up power so that your business doesn’t go dark during an outage.

If you’re looking for a generator for your home or office, enquire about our wide range of generators!

2. Solar Options

become independent from energy providers

Solar energy is a great way to become independent from energy providers. As the cost of solar panels has declined, it has become more accessible for business and households to invest in their own power supply.

Solar energy is the use of radiant light and heat from the sun to generate electricity, either directly using photovoltaics (PV), or indirectly using concentrated solar power (CSP). Concentrated solar power systems use lenses or mirrors and tracking systems to focus a large area of sunlight into a small beam. Photovoltaic cells convert light into electric current using the photovoltaic effect.

Solar power is environmentally friendly, renewable, clean, safe and sustainable. Solar energy benefits include:

Solar panels are not always able to produce enough electricity when they are needed most. Also, the sun goes down at night, so you can’t store solar energy in batteries for use when you need it most—in the evening or at night.

But there are ways around these problems. You can install a solar panel system that uses battery storage to store excess solar electricity during the day for use later on, or use an inverter to convert your DC current into AC current for use in household appliances. You can also choose solar panels with a higher wattage rating than you need so that you have extra power stored for use when needed later in the evening or at night.

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