Project Northam Booysendal The Northam Booysendal concession is situated approximately 35km from the town of Mashishing (formerly Lydenburg), straddling the border of Limpopo and Mpumalanga provinces in South Africa. Genergy was tasked with a solution to provide hot water for 1,200 people working on the mine. This was a two-phase project. Phase one saw us
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.
After the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japan started plotting and planning ways to dismantle nuclear, and start growing solar and renewable energy farms. One of the biggest obstacles to development of any kind in Japan is the chronic lack of space. There is limited land capacity, which has led to the nation coming up with
Another happy Genergy customer - Grant Tilston Here at Genergy we are proud of the work we do, and like to engage with satisfied customers to see what they are happy with, and what worked for them. In this episode we talk to Grant Tilston, who had a 6 kw hybrid and a heat pump installed.
A company like Genergy has so many moving parts to it, to keep it functioning optimally in a very fluid environment. The only constant is change in the world of renewables, so a company like Genergy needs to be able to go with the flow, and constantly morph itself accordingly. It takes a special kind
When my wife and I decided to use Genergy for a backup system, it was to simply get away from the terrible Eskom troubles that were bugging us and messing with our work days and our lives. It was the start of a solar journey that has taken a few turns, and we have discovered