With the arrival of a new wave of loadshedding and powercuts by Eskom, many people are beginning to look for solutions to keep the lights on in their properties.
We have listed some options below to consider when looking at options available regarding electricity, generators and power providers.
Generators for sale
www.generators.co.za provides the supply, installation and service of a vast range of premium quality portable and standby generator plants from 1 kVA to 2000 kVA throughout Southern Africa
How it works: Solar panels are photovoltaic (PV) cells. In a nutshell, these special batteries harness sunlight, transform it into energy, then send that energy to an inverter, which converts it into electricity to power the home.
Who to hire: Installing solar panels isn’t as simple as slapping cells on a rooftop. You’ll need to install additional wiring, and panel placement is key to building an efficient system. So this is one that’s best left for the pros.
Honda engineers use inverter technology to integrate parts from the engine and the generator. For example, the alternator on our EU1000i, EU2000i, and EU3000iS is combined with the engine flywheel.
This allows inverter generators to be smaller and lighter weight than traditional models.
KIPOR South Africa is an exclusive distributor of KIPOR products
KIPOR sells 1kVA to 3000kVA Generators. Their mission is to provide high-efficiency innovative solutions to meet their South African customers’ requirements.
UPS Power backup
A UPS unit, which stands for Uninterruptible Power Supply, is a power inverter and battery charger.
The UPS is designed to be connected or inserted in between the source of power (either grid-fed electricity, solar or generator power) and the load it feeds and protects.
When there is a power failure, the UPS switches over from its normal power source to its own power source automatically.