Solar Energy

Solar power harnesses the energy from sunlight using photovoltaic cells or solar panels to generate electricity or solar thermal collectors to produce heat.

Photovoltaic (PV) Systems

Photovoltaic (PV) systems, also known as solar panels, convert sunlight directly into electricity. They have become a popular choice for investors due to their decreasing cost and increasing efficiency

Concentrated Solar Power (CSP)

Concentrated solar power (CSP) systems use mirrors or lenses to focus sunlight onto a small area, generating heat that is then used to produce electricity.
While CSP has a higher initial cost compared to PV systems, it offers the potential for energy storage, enabling power generation even when the sun is not shining.
The world’s demand for emissions-free and affordable electricity is scaling up rapidly and solar power is perfectly placed to meet this demand.Solar is entirely scalable,economical and quick to deploy. It also adds security to our energy mix. You can set up solar to power your home in a day and build a solar farm to power a whole community in just a few months.

Why Solar?

Solar is a passive form of technology, providing local and sustainable electricity that adds security to the world’s energy mix. This, combined with its affordability and reliability during peak electricity demand periods, makes it an ideal energy source.

Solar offers several advantages to the community:

Solar arrays are only about 2.75m tall.

Through environmental impact assessments and best practice land management, solar farms can be designed to enhance habitats and boost biodiversity.

Solar farms do not emit any noise beyond the site boundaries. Once installed there is minimal maintenance activity required.

Solar farms can help strengthen rural economies by creating local jobs, contributing significant property tax revenue and providing dependable revenue to landowners in order to supplement farm income.