Why Solar Energy?
Whether you’re spending money to make an investment on a solar energy system, or giving that money to your utility provider, it is still money that is being spent.
Deciding to go solar is very much similar to deciding to purchase a home. You can invest in yourself and take control of your energy costs, or continue to pay your utility provider for rented energy monthly, owing them frequent payments and remaining subject to their fees and requirements.
Every step towards independence, from owning a home to controlling your energy, gives you the freedom to make additional choices about how you live and own your own life.
Going solar, purchasing a solar energy system for your house, is a way to invest in yourself and your family, and makes a big statement about how you choose to spend–and consume–your resources.
Just think…this could be you!
The sun provides us with more energy than we could ever use, and no one can monopolise the sunlight. Your solar power system will start saving money from the moment it’s turned on, however, the advantages of solar power are best visible in the long-term. The longer you have your solar power system, the more you enjoy the benefits of solar technology and support the environment. Lets go through the Pros and Cons
• Lower your electrical bill
• Some areas Eskom will buy back the power you feeding back into the grid
• Low Maintenance cost
• High Setup Cost a residential house could cost between R160 000 – R500 000
• Weather dependent