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What would South Africa look like with 100 % renewable

2019-07-16T01:13:36+02:00Alternative Energy News|

What would South Africa look like powered 100% by renewable energy? The World Bank and the International Monetary Fund is loath to lend funds to utilities and governments that want to build coal power plants. According to the Chamber of Mines of South Africa, over the next 10 years Eskom will close four power

As Things Heat Up, Energy Prices Cool Down.

2016-11-18T18:33:46+02:00Alternative Energy News, off grid solutions, renewable energy, solar photovoltaic|

Carbon dioxide continues to increase in the atmosphere with a major milestone of 400 parts per million of CO2 recorded in the Southern Hemisphere according to CSIRO's Dr David Etheridge. Heat Rises We as a race are always on the look out for the signs of rising global greenhouse emissions, and one of the markers

Harvesting The Wave Energy

2016-10-18T13:56:10+02:00Alternative Energy News|

While we at Genergy  specialize in Solar Energy for industrial and domestic set-ups, we are also aware of other renewable energy technologies out there. This one caught our eyes: ocean wave energy. There are some people who, when they see the ocean, think of it as a massive battery waiting for someone to understand it.

Genergy: The Three Basic Solutions.

2016-10-18T13:56:16+02:00Alternative Energy News|

Sometimes all the solar energy solutions available out there get a bit confusing. If you cut through all the quagmire and the marketing, there are three basic systems that Genergy offer. Having said that, every single system is unique, as is every single customer. There are no plug-and-play solutions, and every system caters for each

Solar: All The Reasons

2016-10-18T13:56:16+02:00Alternative Energy News|

The word from Eskom is that there will be no loadshedding until next year May, according to company CEO Brian Molefe. As a direct result, less people are investing in back-up systems to get their businesses and their households through loadshedding times. While solar energy, inverters and batteries are directly linked to loadshedding and power