Gear up for an electrifying Solis South Africa Roadshow 2024

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  • Ginlong (Solis) a global leader in photovoltaic (PV) inverter technology, dedicated to providing reliable and innovative solar energy solutions worldwide, proudly announces the dates for its roadshow scheduled to take place throughout June, across South Africa.

As winter’s chill grips the nation, energy users must brace themselves for the inevitable menace of load shedding. Auspiciously, Solis is here to empower households and businesses with cutting-edge energy storage solutions, ensuring that energy users stay lit up through every blackout, no matter how intense.

The company invites installers and solar enthusiasts to journey with them on a roadshow, kicking off in the bustling heart of Johannesburg on June 4th, 2024, before venturing all the way to the picturesque shores of Gqeberha (formerly Port Elizabeth).

Related news: Solis S6 Advance Power Hybrid inverter brings uninterrupted power to your family in South Africa 

Solis S6-EH3P50K-H

Product Focus:

  • Refresher on S6-EH1P6 – 8 K-L-PRO
  • Introducing S6 EO-1P5K-P
  • Introducing S6-EH3P50K-H

Whether you’re a seasoned Solis supporter or a newcomer intrigued by our offerings, this roadshow promises an immersive experience like no other.

Key highlights:

  1. Engage first-hand with our latest innovations.
  2. Explore tailored solutions for Residential, Commercial, Industrial, and Utility applications.
  3. Connect directly with our expert engineers, ready to address all your queries and concerns.


Gauteng: 4 June – Soli Deo Gloria, Northriding, Randburg

KwaZulu Natal: 11 June – The Capital Hotel, Zimbali

Western Cape: 13 June – Hotel Verde, Cape Town

Eastern Cape: 25 June – The Boardwalk Hotel and Convention Centre, Port Elizabeth

To RSVP, please fill out the form via this link:

A Solis representative will be in touch to confirm participation.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal


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