Conventional wisdom says it’s wrong to covet your neighbour’s possessions, but you’d be forgiven for being green with envy if you looked out your window and saw their lights blazing while you wallowed in the dark.
The reality is more and more South Africans are turning to solar power to escape the awfulness of loadshedding. And now, there are even more incentives for consumers to install solar power systems at home. Battery Energy
Mppt Solar Charger Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana announced in his latest budget that homeowners who install rooftop solar panels can claim a tax rebate of 25% of the cost – up to a maximum of R15 000 – from 1 March. And the City of Cape Town will soon be buying excess energy from ordinary citizens.