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RENAC Layout South Africa Market, Sharing the Latest PV Technology

From March 26 to 27, RENAC brought solar inverters, energy storage inverters and off-grid products to the the SOLAR SHOW AFRICA) in Johannesburg. The SOLAR SHOW AFRICA is the largest and most influential power and Solar Photovoltaic Exhibition in South Africa. It is the best platform for the development of business in South Africa. 


Due to the long-term power constraints, South African market audiences have shown great interest in RENAC energy storage inverters and off-grid products. RENAC ESC3-5K energy storage inverters are widely used in many functional modes. Common DC bus technology is more efficient, high frequency isolation of battery terminals is safer, At the same time, the independent energy management unit system is more intelligent, supporting wireless network and GPRS data real-time mastery.


RENAC Homebank system can have multiple off-grid energy storage systems, off-grid power generation systems, grid-connected energy storage systems, multi-energy hybrid micro-grid systems and other application modes, the use will be more extensive in the future. 


RENAC Energy Storage Inverter and Energy Storage inverter meet the needs of fine energy distribution and management. It is the perfect combination of grid-connected power generation equipment and uninterrupted power supply. It breaks through the traditional energy concept and realizes the future home energy intellectualization.

Africa is the most concentrated continent in the world. As the largest power and most economically developed country in Africa, South Africa generates 60% of all electricity in Africa. It is also a member of the South African Electricity Alliance (SAPP) and a major power exporter in Africa. It supplies electricity to neighboring countries such as Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaziland and Zimbabwe. However, with the acceleration of domestic industrialization in recent years, South Africa's electricity demand has increased, with a total demand of about 40,000 MW, while the national power generation capacity is about 30,000 MW. To this end, the South African government intends to expand the new energy market mainly based on solar energy, and build a production mechanism that uses coal, natural gas, nuclear energy, solar energy, wind energy and water energy to generate electricity in an all-round way, so as to ensure the power supply in South Africa.