Load Shedding – Is There An End In Sight?
 

Remember the days of rolling black-outs? Of our righteous indignation when we were suddenly left without a source of power? Then, we got used to the power cuts and started planning our days around the load shedding schedules, now quietly grumbling, instead of indignant.
 
Through all this, our businesses, hospitals, telecommunications and schools are held hostage by the broken promises given to us by our conventional energy provider. Despite all this, South Africans have not seen the last of load shedding.
 

An intelligent future

 
Relying on an unpredictable service does not make good business-sense. Neither does existing without a source of power – warmth, food and utilities, all require energy to function.
 
Intelligence is using an energy source to supply constant, clean and sustainable energy. Solar panels and solar appliances are technologies which provide energy at a lower cost than traditional diesel and coal based energy sources.
 
Renewable energy through solar power further reduces pressure on the environment – the emissions produced by coal and diesel damage the environment, as does the waste of water needed for traditional power production.
 
Not only does renewable energy provide a sensible and sustainable solution to the energy crisis – it promotes and creates new economic opportunities.
 
Soventix solar energy operates internationally – through their excellent and practical knowledge and installation, the dream of a load shedding-free world can be realised – a world without the influence or factors which prolong the state of load shedding.
 

Disasters of the past

 
An untold number of factors have caused load shedding in South Africa – these have ranged from the logical to the bizarre. Eskom has blamed the energy crisis on everything from poor maintenance, to a lack of funds, to varying weather conditions.
 
For nine years, South Africans have been subjected to the instability of load shedding. Despite the over-burdened power plants, the neglected maintenance, reliance on coal and diesel to produce energy and the hot or cold weather – South Africans remain hopeful.
 
This hope is because a brighter, cleaner and greener energy has become easily available. The innovation of solar energy technology promises the end of load shedding.
 

You decide

 
Dare to imagine a future where you can generate and maintain your own power, where nothing is left to chance or unpredictable power cuts. End load shedding and invest in sustainable power. Soventix offers a variety of energy solutions suited to your specific needs.
 
Renewable energy offers a variety of solutions to end load shedding. The wide range of services and applications available cater for all of your residential, industrial, agricultural and utility needs.
 
Regardless of how large or small your need for energy, the versatility of solar power is suitable across all sectors and applications and promises an end to load shedding.
 
Depending on your solar energy needs, Soventix can connect you to the world of greener, cleaner energy. Solar generated energy provides endless power, a power source which only increases over time. 
Dare to imagine your home and business connected to a power source that does not depend on conventional and out-dated forms of power.
A source, installed and maintained by industry experts.
 

Forward-thinking

 
Invest in your future. Invest in solar powered energy, and enter a greener, cleaner world of energy. Discover one of the smartest decisions you will ever make.
 
There is no foreseeable end to load shedding, the unreliability of the current power situation means that in order for your personal needs, business success, and agricultural adventures to succeed – you need reliable, sustainable energy.
 
Participate in South Africa’s initiative to provide solutions to end load shedding.

 
 
 
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