SA company’s solution to energy crisis
Author: Henri du Plessis
The cost of generating electricity by solar technology has finally dropped below that of conventional fossil fuel technology and is promising a more stable electricity supply in the near future.
But the real deal maker should actually be solar power’s flexibility and adaptability to needs and requirements.
This is one of the realities that hit home on a visit to Photovoltaic Technology Intellectual Property (PTIP), a wholly owned South African company, where some of the latest solar panel technologies are being developed and already being produced on a limited commercial scale.
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