SUNFARMING INTERNATIONAL

Worldwide demand for electricity is increasing constantly, fossil resources are being depleted at an ever-increasing pace and their extraction often results in environmental damage and climate change. The sun supplies us with sustainable energy that can be transformed into electricity via PV modules without diminishing the energy reserves of the sun. The use of solar energy enables us to help save fossil resources and protect our environment.

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SOUTH AFRICA

Solar energy not only secures energy supplies in regions with few resources, it also creates sustainable, skilled jobs.

SUNFARMING SOLAR TRAINING CENTER SOUTH AFRICA 2013/14

6 PV training units, installed by SUNfarming on the site of North-West University, can be used continuously for practical training.

The training (Mastertraining) at the training centre is firmly integrated into the curriculum of NW University Potchefstroom until the end of the project in 2014, specialists are provided with extensive training and enabled to plan, install, operate and maintain PV units themselves in the future.

Over 360 participants were successfully trained in the basics of photovoltaics at the Solar Training Center in 2013/14.

Project partners:

  • North-West University Potchefstroom
  • DEG, KfW, BMU

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Nationally and internationally, we have established a comprehensive range of competence and experience in the field of PV power plants. Our unique SUNfarming quality assurance system guarantees long-term, outstanding performance of your PV system and returns beyond expectations. This applies for both private small systems and large PV systems.

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