Africa Energy Indaba 2024 announces Solis East & South Africa as a Gold Sponsor 

  • The organisers of the Africa Energy Indaba, which is Africa’s premier energy event, are proud to announced that Solis East & South Africa is a Gold Sponsor.  
  • The 2024 edition of the Africa Energy Indaba will take place 5 – 7 March at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, South Africa. 
  • The Solar Indaba is co-located with the renowned Africa Energy Indaba, hosts the private sector comprising commercial buyers and sellers, together under one roof, to do solar energy business deals. 

Established in 2005 and listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (300763. SZ), Ginlong (Solis) Technologies is the world 3rd largest PV inverter manufacturer. The company provides realiable and cost-effective solutions for homes, businesses and large-scale power plants, delivering value at every level of the solar supply chain and appealing to homeowners and businesses, as well as electricity producers and renewable energy investors globally.

The 2024 theme is ‘ Accessing the African Opportunity ’. The Solar Indaba will bring together manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, service providers, investors, developers and operators from around the world to discuss the latest trends & innovations, developments and provide the potential to meet new customers.

Expanding the Africa Energy Indaba footprint from a strong renewables base to give added impetus to the Africa solar opportunity, the Solar Indaba will benefit from the already established IPP & PPA Conference, a fixture of the Africa Energy Indaba week, attracting Independent Power Producers, Governments, Developers, African utilities, Regulators, Energy Intensive users, End users, and many more.

Solis, now offers the S6 Advanced Power Hybrid Inverter to the African and South African market which will be showcased at the Africa Energy Indaba. It is the perfect solutions to overcome the power outages experienced on the continent and now an everyday occurance in South Africa.

What sets the S6 apart from its competitors, is it allows for generator connectivity and multiple input methods plus automatic UPS switching and up to 10 seconds of 200% surge power backup overload capability. 

The Solis S6 Advanced Power Hybrid Inverter is relieving more households in South Africa from the effects of power outages. Image credit: Solis

Another unique feature of the S6 is its support for both 1-phase and 3-phase flexible connection with a maximum of 48kW in parallel. Additionally, the S6 can handle up to 190A max (8kw model) charge/discharge current and comes equipped with six customizable charge/discharge time settings. The inverter is compatible with both lead-acid and lithium batteries, offering multiple battery protection features.

The S6 also supports peak shaving control in both “self-use” and “generator” modes, making it a versatile solution for any solar energy system. With Solis’ dedication to research and development, the S6 is the product of years of innovation and hard work.

The Solar Indaba will provide meeting and networking opportunities as well as sponsorship/exhibition opportunities to meet your companies specific marketing and business development needs.

Website: africaenergyindaba.com / Enquiries: info@energyindaba.co.za

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