Choosing who to trust with your investment in solar energy

The only people in South Africa who have remained unaffected by load shedding courtesy of the dying throes of our power giant Eskom, are those who have already been living off the grid for at least the last 5 years.

2019 saw us plummet to stage six load shedding for the first time since we were forced to adjust personal and business lives to an unreliable supply of electricity, and, it doesn’t bode well for the future. Now we are told it’s Stage 4 till further notice!!

This is real life, not an alarmist’s tale designed to get you to rush out and buy into solar energy, any which way you can. It’s grounded in fact and in experience, which is why it’s worth planning on getting out from under this inconsistent power supply that knocks us for six just as we think we may be out in the light again.

Remember those guys who tried to get our attention way back when no one knew anything about climate change? The ones most considered to be a little batty to say the least? Well, they don’t look so batty anymore, more’s the pity, because back then we may have been able to curb our misuse of our planet’s resources a lot more than what we have.

And where’s our excuse for hanging around on the periphery of all that solar power has to offer us? Well it’s definitely not our climate! We have more than enough sunshine to keep the power up and running with ease, even during the winter season.

It’s too expensive? That’s taken a flier out the window too! Solar panels come down in price faster than Eskom rates go up, and weighed on that scale, you have to know that even with a pretty steep initial investment, solar beats an expensive and unstable supply of electricity hands down.

When you invest in something as foundational as a solar water heating system in Cape Town, you’re already starting to shave off up to 50% of your electricity bill every month, leaving you with more in the bank that can be better used elsewhere.

It’s also an investment you can trust to last up to and beyond 25 years, giving you absolutely free hot water for every year after the payback period is done.

Selling a house that already has a solar hot water system installed pushes up the market price of your home significantly today. People want to move into a home that is already semi-detached from Eskom and the grid, adding real resale value to your property, residential or commercial.

You can start with the installation of a solar hot water system, and, with time, migrate to a Grid Tie or Hybrid PV system that’ll have you breaking the shackles that tie you to one electricity supplier that doesn’t have a rosy future.

It’s knowing who to trust with your investment that counts!

Renaissance Solar brings experience to solar hot water systems, Hybrid and Grid Tie PV systems of quality in Cape Town., working in collaboration with local suppliers who manufacture products that are of unquestionable quality and reliability, in order to make sure that your investment will be one that brings you the best return far into the future.

They’ve been around since 2009 and intend to be around a lot longer than that, to make sure they can step back one day and survey a Cape Town that is proliferated with solar panels that stand the test of time, under their proud name.

It’s about changing the lives of their customers for the better, and contributing to the health of our environment, not to mention our hopes for a greener South Africa into the future.

This is one area in which we can still be thankful to be a bit of a backwater when it comes to lagging behind the rest of the world – we simply didn’t have enough ‘stuff’ to mess it up as completely as the rest have!

Change what electricity rates do to your bank balance and plan for a consistently brighter future for your family by contacting the awesome team at Renaissance Solar, they’ll help to make your investment count, in the very long run!

 

 

If you’d like solar hot water systems demystified by experts, contact Renaissance Solar

You can either sit across from a solar energy salesman, going cockeyed because you don’t understand a word she/he’s saying, and they are so in the groove of the technicalities that they don’t even realise that you’ve glazed over completely, or, you can speak to the experts at Renaissance Solar who have no need to complicate an already complicated subject.

They have absolute empathy for anyone coming in off the street, with no prior knowledge or experience of anything solar, barring that it comes from the sun, giving of their time and knowledge to simplify a process that will shave off up to 50% off your Eskom bill monthly.

That, and the fact that solar energy is a step closer to respecting and protecting our environment, is what it’s all about for this team.

Renaissance Solar has put over ten years into providing quality solar water heating systems and solar geysers to clients at greater than fair prices, ensuring that although they’ve made solar geysers affordable, they’ve also maintained a total commitment to quality products.

Here are a few of the questions you might like to line up ahead of chatting to the team (of course you don’t need any lined up, just to call and pick these brains!)

The bare basics

All you want is to know more or less how a solar water heating system works, so for a start, comfort yourself with the knowledge that at the bare minimum, all you need is the solar geyser and the attending solar panel that’ll absorb the heat of the sun and turn it magically into hot water. The rest, well, that’s what Renaissance Solar is there for!

The real technicalities can safely be left in the hands of these experts, who will reduce it all to a bite size that you’ll be able to digest easily.

In the end all you really want is to have free hot water by the time you’ve reached the end of the two or three year payback period, isn’t it?

Size of the solar geyser?

This will depend solely on the size of your family, but they’re available in 150lt, 200lt and 300lt capacities, and, finding out what size or combination of panels you’ll need to suit the size of your geyser will be something this team will be happy to demystify for you.

Direct or indirect system?

If you live in an area that is frost-free, a direct system will be best for you. It moves the water directly from the solar collector to the geyser, whereas an indirect system, best for frost areas, employs a heat transfer liquid like anti-freeze to act as a conduit between the solar collector and the heat exchanger in a solar geyser, delivering hot water despite frost.

What about winter?

Well, winter in South Africa is a hundred times better than that of Europe for instance, which means you can relax and know that the water will still be hot when clouds and rain obscure the sun!

If they can do it, we most certainly can, and we can even thumb our noses at them from the tip of Africa!

Will the water be hot enough?

Absolutely! A SWH system can easily heat your water to 60 degrees Celsius and more, which is scalding, so take care in the heat of summer. In general, we are comfortable in the shower at 42 degrees Celsius, which makes for a happy family all round!

What about maintenance?

You won’t be spending extra money or time on maintenance with your Renaissance Solar SWH system. A good service once every few years will keep your system healthy and in good shape for longer than you could anticipate, and, you’ll have the kind of backup service from this team that is priceless.

Other questions?

There will be those that touch on your budget, how long the system will last, how much you’ll save and what the payback period will be depending on the size of system you have installed, but these are all points that’ll come up immediately when you meet with the team at Renaissance Solar, without you having to wrack your brains.

Whatever it is that you need to know to make the switch to solar energy, whether it’s a SWH, Hybrid and Grid Tie PV System or heat pump, these are the experts in the field who make life easier for those of us ready to leap into the future of green energy!

The advantages of solar water heating systems in South Africa

If all it takes is just two minutes of sun to provide the world with one year’s worth of energy, for the whole of humanity, imagine just how fortunate we are to be living in sunny South Africa!

Europe ahead of South Africa

Most areas in Europe only have around a thousand hours of sun per year, yet they’re are far ahead of South Africa in terms of installing a huge majority of the world’s solar energy systems.

The move towards solar energy is increasing every year in South Africa, but we can definitely do with a lot more solar panels being in evidence on our rooftops to catch up with the less fortunate countries in the world.

Solar radiation average comparison

The following comparison should make us seriously question why Europe would be so far ahead of South Africa in the solar energy stakes; they are as follows –

South Africa 220W/m2

USA 150W/m2

Europe and UK 100 W/m2

Based on these comparisons, let’s look at what solar water heating (SWH) systems can do for South African households.

Hot water; the highest energy consumer in homes

Considering that heating water is responsible for the highest consumption of power in the average home, this is the place that most who’ve moved to solar energy have placed their investment.

And an investment it is, one that initially seems pretty steep, but that comes with great benefits and payback periods that are getting shorter by the year as solar panels come down in price.

If a SWH system provides you with up to 80% of your hot water needs, what does that say about the exorbitant electricity costs you’re paying now, and getting nothing back in return?

We certainly don’t have a stable supply of electricity in our country, and unless you’re comfortable with having your hot showers interrupted by blackouts, a solar hot water heating system is a guarantee of a warm shower, even if it’s by candlelight!

The basics of what you need to move to a SWH system

  • Solar collectors- flat plate panel or evacuated tubes
  • Storage tank – geyser
  • Timer – to manage your system and show you the temperature
  • Pump – only if geyser is below the panel

While this looks very simple, the fact is that we need people who are on the cutting edge of solar energy in South Africa to help us put them together, to help us understand exactly what we need, and then to install a system that works as it should, and will last as long as promised, and beyond!

Renaissance Solar in Cape Town comes to the rescue

The focus at Renaissance Solar has always been to provide affordable, quality solar hot water systems in Cape Town, putting at the service of clients their knowledge and commitment to quality products, without reservation.

What this means, in essence, is that you’ll have a team on your side that has over 10 years’ experience to bring to the table when you decide to step out  from under the yoke of exorbitant electricity costs, and into the future with an investment in a solar water heating system.

As one of only twelve solar hot water installation companies accredited by the City of Cape Town, it’s clear that the standard of service and level of installations carried out by Renaissance Solar will meet all the criteria that make them a company worth trusting with your investment.

No challenge too big or too small

Renaissance Solar is no shrinking violet when it comes to the size of hot water systems or PV solutions they are able to offer. After 10 years in the industry, this team has the infrastructure to install the best in solar solutions, no matter how big or small the challenge is.

Whether it’s a solar hot water system for your home or a large commercial installation you’re planning, rest assured that Renaissance Solar has everything needed to deliver all that’s expected, and more!

Make sure that you’re on the cutting edge of all the advantages that solar water heating systems offer by contacting Renaissance Solar today. Let this friendly, knowledgeable team offer you all the support you deserve as you transition to solar energy.

3 Excellent Reasons To Invest In A Solar Geyser In 2020

South Africans are sick and tired of load shedding. We pay ridiculous rates for a subpar service by a service provider that’s about as reliable as the weather in Cape Town.

If you’re looking for an alternative solution for your hot water supply, solar might be the answer. Solar geysers are awesome, here’s why.

 

Cuts Your Electricity Bill in Half

As I’ve mentioned before, we pay ridiculously high rates for our electricity. Some areas pay as high as R2 per unit. The average household spends around R1200 to R2000 per month on electricity, depending on which appliances they use daily. Imagine only having to pay half of your bill. Who knows what you could do with the rest!

 

Solar Geysers Generate Hot Water Even When Overcast

If you think solar power can only be generated when the sun is shining, think again. Even when it’s overcast, the rays of the sun reach the solar panels, thus producing energy. South African is the perfect country for solar power because we receive a generous amount of sunshine throughout the year.

 

Solar Is the Future

Solar has become the preferred method of water heating in many new homes as more building contractors include solar geysers systems. Solar is extremely environmentally friendly and one of the most reliable sources of energy. Additionally, it seems Eskom needs all the help it can get to take the strain of their grid.

You are missing out on massive savings every month if you haven’t installed a solar water heating system in your home yet. Just think about what you could do with an extra R1000 to spend as you please instead of wasting it on unreliable service.

It all starts with a simple solar geyser installation. Don’t hesitate to speak to the team at Renaissance Solar if you have any questions. Give us a call for a free quote today!

Are you closer to investing in solar after stage 6 load shedding?

After the recent stage 6 load shedding schedules by behemoth Eskom, even the smallest solar system has gained even more traction than ever before, and if you’re not among those who’ve taken the step already, now’s the time.

Typical of South Africans, we took it on the chin, and instead of blowing up where we wanted to, the humour came fast and furious, but…everyone suffered in one way or another, with nowhere to turn and no recourse, as usual.

We know that even in 2020 there are still thousands of people in our country who have never experienced the convenience of electricity, and at the rate that electricity rates are continuously sky rocketing, they never will.

However, it won’t only be the geographically disadvantaged people without infrastructure that won’t be able to afford electricity in the near future, it’ll also be the average South African household.

If electricity is to become a luxury only the few can afford, then it’s time to debunk the myth that solar energy is only for those with wealth, because nothing could be further from the truth today.

True, 20 or more years ago when solar systems made their way onto the rooftops of South African homes, it was a bit out of the reach for most, but since then, solar technology has raced towards making solar energy affordable to all.

Solar panels have come down in price drastically, and continue to do so, as do other components, which is making the installation of even the smallest solar system, solar water heating system or solar geyser an investment that just keeps paying dividends.

Paying your electricity every month, that is, after you’ve recovered from the usual shock, is literally flushing the money down the drain, to put it politely.

You get nothing back for it and the wheel just keeps turning, but with an investment in anything solar you’ll have something of infinite value at the end of the payback period, and the stranglehold that Eskom has on all will be broken!

Business suffers with every new round of load shedding, this we know, but, on a smaller scale for each of us, it also costs.  A freezer freshly stocked with goodies you found on special also starts sliding down into the drain as the freezer kicks off and on, and there’s not a thing you can do about it.

Having a solar system just to keep essentials like the fridge, freezer and perhaps a laptop or two powered up for the duration is worth the investment. Add a solar water heating system to this, and you’ll have many years’ worth of free power to bask in.

The solar panel you install will last you upwards of 25 years and the solar geyser upwards of 10 years or more, and through all these years you’ll not be paying a cent for electricity!

If you’ve finally made the decision to beg, borrow or…no, not steal, but you get it, to break the shackles of high electricity tariffs, then speaking to the friendly, professional and experienced team at Renaissance Solar in Cape Town will be a great first step into the world of solar energy.

Every question you may have about solar panels, solar hot water systems or PV systems in Cape Town will be answered by this team with pleasure.

They’ll cut through all the technical gobbledygook that can spin the brightest of minds and simplify it all enough for you to be able to get the full picture of what you can look forward to!

Make the move to solar energy today, before we get to stages 7 and 8 of load shedding, it’s a decision you’ll never regret!

Lead-acid or Lithium-ion batteries – which is best for your solar system?

While we haven’t reached the point of no return where it comes to using lead-acid batteries in solar systems, there is certainly growing interest in lithium batteries, which has led to a lot of debate about lead-acid batteries versus lithium-ion batteries.

This is of course only natural with the giant leaps in solar energy technology in terms of all components used in any solar system.

What’s also natural, is that with every advance in solar technology it becomes cheaper to invest this natural, universal power, which is always good news in our very wobbly economy.

Although lead-acid batteries are more affordable than lithium-ion batteries, and have been the go-to battery in PV Hybrid Systems for aeons, the move to lithium-ion batteries makes sense from the point of view that they last longer than acid-batteries and are also more resilient.

There’s still no such thing as right or wrong when it comes to the battery you choose for your solar system, despite comparisons.

The lead-acid battery is a tried and tested technology used in solar systems for as long as they’ve been around, so there’s no reason to doubt their ability to perform as well as ever, if not better than ever.

While lithium-ion batteries do offer a longer life cycle, the fact that they’re still a bit more expensive is a major factor in the choice that people make when venturing into the world of solar energy.

It still makes sense to stick with what has worked, however, if that’s what your budget extends to, but with the rapid advances in technology the financial gap between these two battery options has closed a lot, which is something to look forward to.

Continuing research into prolonging the lifespan of batteries used in solar systems means that we can look forward to a time when batteries will last longer and longer, contributing to the reduction of prices in solar energy technology.

So, as of the present moment, there’s no reason to doubt the effectiveness of lead-acid batteries, or that of lithium-ion batteries, but, if you have the budget it’s worth splashing out on a lithium battery for an extended lifespan, a greater Depth of Discharge (DoD) and higher resilience.

If all this information has got your head spinning, hang in there, this is what Renaissance Solar is there for.

There isn’t a question too big for this team to answer. They’re people’s people, always ready with the kind of information you really need when it comes to making sure you have the best of everything wrapped up in the solar system you choose to install.

Even if all you want to do is pick a few good brains with the experience and knowledge you could really do with as you tread the path to solar power, this friendly team embodies everything that speaks of service excellence, superior quality products and awesome after sales service.

The Best Investment You Can Make For Your Home Is A Solar Geyser

The Best Investment You Can Make For Your Home Is A Solar Geyser

Did you know that you can save nearly half of what you pay on electricity for your home every month by doing one simple thing? Your geyser uses more than 40% of your electricity to heat up your water. So what’s the alternative? A solar geyser of course. A solar water heating system is a cost-effective way to supply your home with hot water every day for years and years to come.

So many people are already reaping the benefits of paying less for their (stupidly high) electricity bills. Why not join them? Not completely convinced yet? Keep reading for more information.

How Do Solar Water Heaters Work?

Just like the word suggests, these water heaters, also known as solar geysers, work by using the energy of the sun to heat water, rather than traditional electricity. And since we live in South Africa with an abundance of sunny days, solar geysers are an excellent choice. Many new homes these days will come complete with a solar geyser installed.

How Much Does It Cost to Install a Solar Water Heater in South Africa?

Your caution about solar geysers might stem from the fact that you need to invest in a unit before you can start enjoying hot water for free. But, sooner than later you’ll start seeing a return on investment. In fact, with the rapidly rising costs of electricity in South Africa, that day will start sooner than you think!

The cost of solar geysers at Renaissance Solar are as follows:

 

  • 150lt from R16 535
  • 200lt from R19 012
  • 300lt from R27 165

Benefits of Solar Geysers

  • Notable savings on your monthly electricity bill – 40% and more
  • A year-round reliable source of hot water
  • Reduced carbon footprint – better for the environment

As you can see, solar geysers are an excellent investment in many ways.

Reap the benefits of what mother nature has to offer – unlimited free hot water for your home or business. For more information or a free quote on solar water heating in Cape Town, get in touch with the team at Renaissance Solar today.

 

Choose a company you can trust to answer all your questions about solar geysers

Choose a company you can trust to answer all your questions about solar geysers

If you’re considering investing in a solar geyser due to the instability and uncertainty surrounding Eskom, and the continually rising cost of electricity, the very first thing that you’ll do is to put pen to paper, listing every question you’ll need answered before going ahead.

The thing is, if you want honest answers to your questions, you’re going to have to do quite a bit of research to find a solar company that stands head above shoulders of the rest, one that has easily accessible stellar recommendations from previous clients.

Here’s just a taste of what one Renaissance Solar client has said about this awesome team:

‘Thank you Jill, Valerie as well as John and his team.  From our first interaction, it was clear that the Renaissance Solar team was extremely professional, highly efficient and everyone went out of their way to assist us.  Thank you for your speedy response to our request for urgent assistance and making a stressful time less so. We will certainly recommend Renaissance Solar.  Many thanks again!’

Doing your homework will help you to bypass those less than scrupulous solar installers that’ll take your money, do an iffy installation and disappear, never to be found again should anything in your system go wrong.

The passionate team of solar experts at Renaissance Solar in Cape Town are just what the doctor ordered, and they’ll be more than happy to answer your questions about a solar geyser installation, without putting pressure on you to commit.

They know that starting on the road towards owning a solar geyser isn’t a decision taken lightly, which is why they’ll do all they can to give you everything you need to make an informed decision.

Here are answers to a few of the most frequently asked questions about solar geysers to get your list going

  • Why invest in a solar geyser

You’ll shave off up to 50% of your electricity bill and have hot water when Eskom hits the off switch! Besides which, it’ll be your contribution to protecting our environment, which has already been sadly depleted.

  • What size geyser will I need

Here’s where the 10 years’ worth of experience on the part of the team at Renaissance Solar will help you to determine what size geyser you’ll need, so that you’ll be in a position to make an informed decision.

On the whole, it’s a good idea to go for a large system, provided you have the budget for it, but in any event, you’ll be basing the size on how many people there are in your home, as this will indicate what your hot water consumption is in general.

  • Will the water be hot in winter?

Yes it will. With the high quality of workmanship that goes into the solar installations carried out by Renaissance Solar, your water will be hot in winter! Whatever you want your solar system or solar geyser to do, only the quality of the installation will make to the difference to how well the system will work.

  • How hot will the water be?

The average comfort level for a shower is around 42ºC, so you’ll be doing pretty well with your solar geyser which can heat water up to 60ºC.

…and more

These questions are just the tip of the iceberg when you’re planning on installing a solar water heating system, but it should pique your interest enough to want to contact Renaissance Solar for more answers.

They won’t only answer your questions, they’ll also give you answers to questions you may not have thought of while doing your list!

If you’d like Renaissance Solar to contact you, please fill in the online form and they’ll get right back to you, or punch in their number and give this friendly team a call.

Either way, you’ll be as impressed with their professionalism, honesty and integrity as their clients are! Oh yes, and you can add high quality solar products to this list of awesomeness!

Due east or due west – which is best for solar panels

Due east or due west – which is best for solar panels

So, before going to the crux of what’s best, east or west, we need to look at just how much you’d benefit from placing your solar energy dreams into the hands of the team at Renaissance Solar in Cape Town.

Turning your plans for harnessing the sun into a reality starts with finding a team like this who care about people, who are passionate about using locally manufactured products of high quality, and are driven to offer superb service.

This is how Renaissance Solar has kept growing since it was first established in 2009, taking out into the field the message that high quality, SABS approved solar products can be affordable enough to suit the budget of every South African household.

So, to the matter of which is best, due south or due east

Actually, if you’re looking for maximum efficiency out of your solar panels, it’d be great to have them perpendicular to the sun, so that they can follow the sun from east to west, but, and it’s a big but, it’s going to cost!

The fact that having the solar panels perpendicular to the sun is also difficult, is another reason that most homeowners opt to have the panels set around 30 degrees, facing north.

So, where does installing the solar systems due east or due west come into the picture?

Here’s where

What happens in the morning?

Everything! You’ll want that first cuppa java if you’re a caffeine junkie, and, if you hanker for a Jamie Oliver breakfast of hearty rich porridge, or a true South African breakfast with all the trimmings, all the power you need will be available, directly from the sun!

And in the middle of the day?

All the lean and hungry appliances like the dishwasher and washing machine come into their own late morning. And when the sun is at its peak, you can bring out the power tools to tackle all those DIY tasks you keep putting off or…if you’re feeling particularly energetic after lunch, mow the lawn! (Could earn you much needed brownie points!)

What about late afternoon?

Well, this is the time you’ll be wanting to get that roast into the oven to produce perfection for dinner or, plan on delivering a delicious home baked apple pie that’ll hit the sweet spot perfectly!

If you’ve got a little extra left in the tank, you could always bake a loaf of homemade bread to add to the beloved bread bin!

…and off-peak use?

This is where east or west facing solar panels come into their own.  Their total energy production may be less than that of panels facing due north, but the point of east or west-facing panels is that you’ll have electricity when you’re going to need it most.

Don’t go for the Mickey Mouse version of a solar system!

This is where the team at Renaissance Solar will help you to be absolutely sure that once you’ve made the big decision about installing solar panels, you won’t be disappointed with their delivery of solar power.

Cheap will cost more and leave you frustrated!

Speak to them about the voltage you’ll need and the right inverter to get everything up and running the way it should on the power of the sun!

Contact Renaissance Solar in Cape Town if you’re ready for a solar geyser, solar water heating system, and Hybrid or Grid-Tied PV system in Cape Town, with the full turn-key systems on offer by this team, you’ll have everything pointing in the right direction!

Are you connected to solar energy yet?

Are you connected to solar energy yet?

Everybody who’s anybody has a lot to say about what’s happening to our world in terms of climate change, and most know full well that the burning of fossil fuels will continue to be the main culprit for the escalation in climate change, and still they burn.

Yet despite this, and the ever-increasing electricity hikes, many are still hesitant about choosing the cleaner, environmentally friendly option of solar energy, especially in South Africa with its sunny skies.

So, what makes people think twice about solar energy?

Costs

The costs associated with investing in a solar energy system is at the forefront of our minds where it comes to making the right decision about solar energy.

It’s easy to think that the cost of investing in a solar energy system installation is out of your league, but with solar panels dropping in prices faster than Eskom can raise tariffs, solar energy is now within reach of many more South Africans.

Giant leaps in the development of new technology to lower costs, as well as to increase energy storage, contribute towards a future not too far distant, in which every home will sport solar panels.

If just 2 minutes of sunshine can sustain the energy needs for all of humanity, is it really worth taking your time about getting connected to that raw, natural energy?

Ultimately, it’s all about finding the right system to suit your needs with the help of a trusted solar energy company like Renaissance Solar, so that you’ll be able to make an informed decision about your move into solar energy.

And on the sunny side?

Well, looking at the benefits of solar energy makes biting the bullet and putting your money where your mouth is a little easier.

So what are the benefits?

  • Saving money

You work hard for your money, which is why the initial outlay in a solar system can hurt, but, once that’s out of the way, opening your electricity bill will become a champagne moment every month!

Besides which, this is when you start seeing that it is really a great return on investment.

  • Increasing your property value

Today, buyers have become far more interested in investing in homes that already have a solar panel system installed, making your home more attractive in terms of energy efficiency and eco-friendliness will go a long way to securing the best price possible.

  • Low maintenance

Really, it’s a case of having your solar system installed, sitting back and enjoying all the benefits that come with not having to maintain the system. It’s a sure-fired way to reap all that’s good about solar energy, for many years to come.

  • Carbon footprint reduction

If reducing your carbon footprint is as important to you as it should be to all, installing a solar power system will go a long way to doing your bit towards fighting global warming. It’s time for us to start giving back for what we’ve taken from Mother Nature!

  • Do with it what you choose to do

You may already have those solar lamps and lights adorning your home and garden, but with a little more help from solar panels, you can use the power of the sun to charge batteries, generate hot water, electricity and to power lights.

  • If you’re ready to connect to the power of the sun…

Whether you’re raring to go or still scribbling figures around your budget, the awesome team of solar experts at Renaissance Solar in Cape Town would be happy to partner with you on your journey to successful renewable energy!