Grid supply constraints and global warming has resulted in consumers seeking long-term cleaner and more reliable energy sources.

Renewable energy is a practical form of clean energy generation with rapidly improving technologies, better efficiencies, increased system longevity, economic viability and is not reliant on traditional expensive grid infrastructure.

Our systems offer advanced remote management and monitoring features that suit the diverse energy requirements and the affordability levels of a broad client base which includes:

  • Rural and farming sectors
  • Urban sectors
  • Commercial sectors
  • Enterprise sectors
  • Government sectors


Advocate a ‘shift’ in the approach of energy supply

  • The production and storage of energy at the location where the load is used.
  • Using lower levels of expertise for installation and system maintenance.
  • The use of renewable energy as a driver for socio-economic transformation.

Design and supply of renewable energy technologies

  • Intelligent Micro-grids.
  • Smart Metering solutions.
  • Distributed energy generation.
  • Utility restructuring.
  • Efficient DC powered appliances.

Creation of sustainable solutions for renewable energy sources.

  • Utility formation.
  • Remotely monitored managed energy systems using proven and emerging technologies.
  • Training and implementation programs, skills and ownership transferal

National Supply Goals Achieved - Domestic

  • Thoroughly tested pilots over the past 4 years
  • Established market penetration and reputation
  • Reduction of up to 70% of central supply capacity systems in the last 3 years in some African countries
  • Photovoltaic energy delivery - now a proven form of energy generation
  • 20 year life cycle of supply
  • Local involvement with remote control, various payment methodologies, end-user and system management
  • Reducing capital values of technical knowledge
  • Break-even point has been achieved
  • The use of controlled DC current

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