Taking great pride in supporting the Commercial & Industrial Market across Africa in developing a Sustainable Future with Solar Power
Founded in 2014, IMPOWER Pty Ltd. is a specialist engineering, procurement and project management contractor (EPCM) within the Solar and Energy Storage industry.
Engineered solutions encompassing world-leading products.
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We assess your energy needs, answer any of your questions, and advise how much you can save on your energy bills by implementing solar.
Our Solar Design Engineers will do a Solar Feasibility Assessment and design the custom solar system, showcasing your estimated ROI over 20 years.
Our in house Compliance Officer will ensure all permits and paperwork for your city, local municipality and SSEG requirements are taken care of.
Your Project Manager will manage the solar plant installation from start to finish, constantly briefing you on the installation plan & milestones.
All safety checks will be issued, and the final release order for the solar plant to be integrated into the grid will be activated.
IMPOWER will continue to monitor and carry out the O&M of the plant throughout the project lifecycle.
If you plan to adopt solar energy to save on your electricity cost or meet your sustainability goals, we have a customized solution for your needs.
See businesses and communities in Africa flourish with access to affordable, reliable and clean energy.
Provide businesses & communities with access to affordable, reliable & clean energy. We do this in a personalised, quick & holistically sustainable manner.
In a grid-connected rooftop or small solar photovoltaic (PV) system, the DC power generated from a solar panel is converted to AC power using a power conditioning unit/Inverter and is fed to the grid.
A 1 kW rooftop system generally requires 4 square meters of shadow-free area.
However, the actual area requirement may vary depending on the solar module's efficiency, and their placement etc.
Solar modules (and cells within) need uninterrupted sunlight to produce maximum electrical energy. However, with the shadow even on a part of the module, the generation reduces significantly, thereby wasting installed system capacity.
The system price, though necessary, should never be the only factor for deciding on a vendor. Instead, customers should consider at least the following factors: