Switch to solar and start saving now
Convert your existing geyser from only R 12 940
When you install a solar water heating system, you are contributing towards a more sustainable future, from as little as R 12 940 to convert your existing geyser to a solar system. Our flagship 300L solar geyser is one of the most efficient solar systems in South Africa. The Aquasol range of systems starts at 150L and goes up to 300L.
Now ask yourself.. Can you really afford not to go solar?
Solar energy for free hot water
The average sunny day in South Africa produces enough solar energy to heat the water in your geyser to a comfortable 55 – 65 degrees celcius. Even in Winter or in partly cloudy weather, the solar panels used in our systems are efficient enough to heat the water to an acceptable temperature.
Find us on Google+
Delays in the new solar water heating rebates
The deadline for solar water heating installations to be administered through Eskom's agents under the rebate programme expired on 30 April 2015. This means that at a time of unprecedented scarcity of power supply, not one directly incentivised consumer-focused national energy efficiency programme is in existence presently.... Monday, June 1st, 2015
Visit our Cape Town showroom
Did you know that Aquasolar Cape Town has a showroom in the Sunningdale Lifestyle Centre in the Blouberg/Tableview area?
See and experience our products
The showroom is spacious and inviting, and features demo systems from our flagship Aquasol product range. You can see and feel our high quality solar water... Tuesday, January 6th, 2015
NERSA allows yearly 8% electricity price increase for 2013-2018
The price of electricity in South Africa will continue to increase year-on-year from 2013-2018. The National Electricity Regulator of South Africa (NERSA) announced that the price will increase 8% each year for the next five years. The increase is half the increase of 16% originally requested by the national electricity... Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013
Electricity price increase approved
Tariff increase for electricity.
The Energy Regulator NERSA has approved an average tariff increase of 16%, effective 1st of April.
On 02 March 2012, NERSA received Eskom’s application for a review of Eskom’s tariffs for the period 01 April 2012 to 31 March 2013. In its application, Eskom proposed... Saturday, March 31st, 2012