South Africa is country known for it’s sunny weather with most areas in South Africa averaging more than 2 500 hours of sunshine per year, and average solar-radiation levels range between 4.5 and 6.5kWh/m2 in one day. The southern African region, and in fact the whole of Africa, has sunshine all year round.
With current power situations being what they are across South Africa, the advent of solar power as a viable alternative has taken off. Swift Geospatial’s belief in turning data into future business potential has resulted in our latest data set offering.
Follow the link below to access our BETA version of Structure Suitability Solar Potential (MWh) analysis. This data set and information would be available for all areas of South Africa in the future, with this free to view BETA version covering parts of the city of Cape Town to display it’s potential.
Our trial version online portal showcases the benefit of this data set in being able to identify which structures across the country are ideally suited for solar panels and hence solar power offerings. Solar companies looking to increase their solar panel footprint are then able to clearly earmark which structures to approach with their solar solutions.
Our easy to use portal can be found on the link below. And if you are finding it not that easy to use or you find that this is something you would like to know more about, simply give us a call on +27 (12) 348 9555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
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