Sunergy News

2019 Year in Review – Installed Solar Capacity by Sunergy

February 3, 2020

2019 was a successful year, with several varied projects being commissioned throughout the year. New technologies were pioneered within the Zimbabwe market, as well as several community upliftment projects coming to fruition. The table below shows the capacity of the systems we installed across Zimbabwe.

Karanda Mission Hospital

October 24, 2019

Sunergy (Pvt) Ltd., in partnership with local and international donors and technical partners, embarked on providing solar power to one of Zimbabwe’s primary referral and elective surgery hospitals. The equipment required was sourced through a combination of donations and other funds which were funded and continue to be tracked transparently through the maxx|BlockchainHub. Donors receive…

2019 Year in Review – Installed Solar Capacity by Sunergy

February 3, 2020

2019 was a successful year, with several varied projects being commissioned throughout the year. New technologies were pioneered within the…

Karanda Mission Hospital

October 24, 2019

Sunergy (Pvt) Ltd., in partnership with local and international donors and technical partners, embarked on providing solar power to one…

Solar Industry News

The elephant in the room: Can the solar industry go circular?

March 12, 2020

To avert an impending waste crisis, the industry must look at ways to extend the useful life of solar power systems and maximise what can be reused and recycled. Laws and knowledge sharing are essential, experts say. By Tim Ha March 9, 2020 Source: https://www.eco-business.com/news/the-elephant-in-the-room-can-the-solar-industry-go-circular/ Solar power systems are generally said to last about 25 to 30…

The rise and rise of solar in Togo

February 27, 2020

09.02.2020. , John van Zuylen Togo is a small country in West Africa that seldom makes the headlines of international news. But when it comes to solar, this country really stands out as amazing example for the promotion of solar as a solution to develop the country and bring cheap and reliable electricity to its population.…

Solar Water Pumps Have Been Around Since the 1970s: Here’s Why They Haven’t Scaled

February 3, 2020

In the two months since buying her solar water pump, Mama Vero’s small farm in Morogoro, Tanzania has gone from being a parched stretch of earth with withering plants to a blooming crop of hot chilies ready for the market in the capital, Dar-es-Salaam. The rains were late this season, and without her solar water…

Africa: The Land of Opportunity for Off-Grid Solar

December 3, 2019

Consolidation is picking up in Africa’s off-grid renewables market, where big investors like Engie are betting on the electricity consumers of the future.FATIMA SADOUKISEPTEMBER 06, 2019 Africa is by far the largest destination for investment into off-grid energy access. (Credit: BBOXX) Africa is the land of opportunity for investors in decentralized off-grid solar, and two…

Only 6% of Africa’s farmlands is irrigated; changing it will massively impact the entire continent

November 18, 2019

By Yariv Cohen Published : September 03, 2019 | Updated : September 03, 2019 Imagine a professional basketball player wearing sneakers only 6 per cent of the time. Or an international banking chain, with only 6 per cent of the branches having a safe. Strange, right? Although these are absurd, hard-to-imagine scenarios, this is precisely the…

Market Research on Productive Use Leveraging Solar Energy (PULSE)

October 22, 2019

September 23, 2019 An Emerging Market for Off-Grid Solar’s Newest Frontier: PULSE Ongoing innovation in technology and distribution models continues to be a hallmark of the off-grid solar sector. Having already led to hundreds of millions of people benefitting from off grid solar products ranging from lanterns to solar home systems (SHS), products are now developing…

The elephant in the room: Can the solar industry go circular?

March 12, 2020

To avert an impending waste crisis, the industry must look at ways to extend the useful life of solar power systems and maximise what can be reused and recycled. Laws and knowledge sharing are essential, experts say. By Tim Ha March 9, 2020 Source: https://www.eco-business.com/news/the-elephant-in-the-room-can-the-solar-industry-go-circular/ Solar power systems are generally said to last about 25 to 30…

The rise and rise of solar in Togo

February 27, 2020

09.02.2020. , John van Zuylen Togo is a small country in West Africa that seldom makes the headlines of international news. But when it comes to solar, this country really stands out as amazing example for the promotion of solar as a solution to develop the country and bring cheap and reliable electricity to its population.…

Solar Water Pumps Have Been Around Since the 1970s: Here’s Why They Haven’t Scaled

February 3, 2020

In the two months since buying her solar water pump, Mama Vero’s small farm in Morogoro, Tanzania has gone from being a parched stretch of earth with withering plants to a blooming crop of hot chilies ready for the market in the capital, Dar-es-Salaam. The rains were late this season, and without her solar water…

Africa: The Land of Opportunity for Off-Grid Solar

December 3, 2019

Consolidation is picking up in Africa’s off-grid renewables market, where big investors like Engie are betting on the electricity consumers of the future.FATIMA SADOUKISEPTEMBER 06, 2019 Africa is by far the largest destination for investment into off-grid energy access. (Credit: BBOXX) Africa is the land of opportunity for investors in decentralized off-grid solar, and two…

Only 6% of Africa’s farmlands is irrigated; changing it will massively impact the entire continent

November 18, 2019

By Yariv Cohen Published : September 03, 2019 | Updated : September 03, 2019 Imagine a professional basketball player wearing sneakers only 6 per cent of the time. Or an international banking chain, with only 6 per cent of the branches having a safe. Strange, right? Although these are absurd, hard-to-imagine scenarios, this is precisely the…

Market Research on Productive Use Leveraging Solar Energy (PULSE)

October 22, 2019

September 23, 2019 An Emerging Market for Off-Grid Solar’s Newest Frontier: PULSE Ongoing innovation in technology and distribution models continues to be a hallmark of the off-grid solar sector. Having already led to hundreds of millions of people benefitting from off grid solar products ranging from lanterns to solar home systems (SHS), products are now developing…