Yingli Solar Panels

Yingli Solar Panels – Solar Power is the Way of the Future for South Africa


In South Africa, the energy crisis is real. Every household and business is affected by disruption due to load shedding and there seems to be no end in sight of powerless days and nights of darkness. Those who are thinking proactively and trying to do their bit to reduce the draw on the national grid have opted to convert their homes’ and businesses’ power supplies to solar energy. Consumers have long since realised that converting to solar power requires more than just the average solar system. Durable, reliable and top-quality systems are required, as solar power is no longer seen as a backup energy source. It is seen as a main energy source and as such, is a long-term investment. One particular manufacturer of solar panels, Yingli, has presented solar panel systems to the market that have far surpassed others in its category. As such, it is strongly felt that Yingli solar panels too are the way of the future for South Africa.


The many achievements of Yingli as a brand and supplier of leading solar panels

  • Yingli is ranked as the world’s number one PV module supplier in terms of shipment volume.
  • Yingli is also ranked as the number one Brand Consumer Choice for 2013 in a recent IHS international survey.
  • Yingli is known to have the highest certifications needed and exceeded by industry requirements.
  • Yingli is ranked second in the highest efficiency panel TÜV Rheinland Energy Yield Test.
  • Yingli was an official sponsor for both the South African and Brazilian 2010 FIFA World Cup Soccer events.


The Environmental Benefits of Yingli Solar Panels


Those who have encountered Yingli have simply been impressed by the various environmental benefits that the range has to offer. The sheer volume of Yingli solar panels alone is able to offset 6.8 million tons of carbon dioxide. They can also offset the carbon emissions of 1 million cars and this can amount to the benefits of planting 340 million trees. With dedication to the cause, Yingli has also already exceeded its 2015 greenhouse gas emissions targets (WWF).


Yingli Solar Panels are Readily Available


Consumers seeking out a reliable and affordable solar panel system will certainly be making a sound investment when choosing Yingli. At Soventix, we stock and distribute a range of Yingli solar panels and welcome you to contact us to learn more about solar power and how to convert your home or business.


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