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Banks are allowing homeowners to finance solar PV installations through home loans and unsecured lending options. A small solar PV system for your home or business could cost under R120 000, which not many people can afford to pay cash. But there are financing options available from banks, which can be budget-friendly, according to an industry expert.

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Households and businesses can beat load shedding and still save money if they install solar PV systems and battery storage, according to an industry expert. During a media roundtable on South Africa's energy future, Matthew Cruise of Hohm Energy, an online solar marketplace, showed how consumers stand to gain if they ensure that 90% of the electricity needs are met by solar PV and battery installations. Read Full article here

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Joburg residents sit in the dark for days as the city’s grid collapses Now mayor Mpho Phalatse wants to cut the Eskom stranglehold by using more independent power producers. Read Full article here

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The newly-gazetted Electricity Generation Act regulations will allow private individuals and businesses to generate up to 100MW of electricity for their own use without obtaining a licence from the National Electricity Regulator, says Andrew Schaefer, managing director of property management company Trafalgar. Read More 

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It will cost around R250,000 to install a power generation and storage system that is sufficient to take a small household off of Eskom’s grid. This is according to Nick Roche, chief product officer at Rubicon, a South African energy company that distributes solutions like Tesla’s Powerwall backup battery system. Many households have grown tired of Eskom’s load-shedding and increasing prices and are looking into ways to power their homes themselves. Read More 

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