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.
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Cape Town Residential Water Restrictions Explained
Cape Town is on level 3B water restrictions from 1 February 2017 until further notice. Level 3 tariffs remain applicable for level 3B water restrictions. Level 3B water restrictions explained.
Water-use restrictions and the accompanying higher tariffs are meant to encourage you to be more careful about how... Wednesday, February 1st, 2017
17 Clever ways you can save water in your kitchen right now
As water restrictions in the Western Cape become even more severe, we are reminded again that South Africa is a water scarce country and we are ALL responsible for using water with care.
It is important to save water in your own home but also important to be mindful of the bigger picture. For example, showering at the... Wednesday, February 1st, 2017
Cape Town draws battle lines over right to buy alternative energy from IPPs
Cape Town - The City of Cape Town plans to take Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson to court for the right to buy power directly from alternative energy suppliers, instead of Eskom.
The city wanted to get 20% of its energy from renewable resources by 2020, but needed the minister to sign off on an application... Thursday, January 26th, 2017
Western Cape Facebook group on a mission to save water
Cape Town – With the City of Cape Town set to intensify water restrictions, a Facebook group is on a mission to make every drop of water count.
Water Shedding Western Cape grew to over 24 000 members on Wednesday. They share water-saving tips, ask advice, and spread awareness of the need to save water.
Since... Sunday, January 15th, 2017