Johannesburg(ZA), 25 April 2023/ Today, the Solar Show Africa is kicked off grandly at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa. Solargiga Energy Holdings Limited (“Solargiga Energy”) made its debut at the Solar Show Africa with a variety of efficient modules, providing sustainable solutions to the renewable energy construction in South Africa.
As a world-renowned PV module manufacturer, Solargiga Energy demonstrated its advanced technologies and innovative products to global industry leaders at the Show. Solargiga Energy showcased three types of Giga-P series modules for local large-scale ground power stations and other application scenarios, with a maximum power up to 670W. In addition, it also exhibited one type of Giga-N series 78-cell double-glass module, which captured the attention of many visitors with its cutting-edge features. At the Show, Solargiga Energy also discussed new opportunities for the development of the South African photovoltaic industry with local partners.
As the second largest economy in Africa, South Africa suffers frequent nationwide power outages with daily power-off up to 12 hours and an excess of demand over supply in the electricity market, due to its power supply dominated by a single entity and the influence of such factors as long-term disrepair of main coal-fired units. In response to this severe situation, Solargiga Energy leveraged its more than 20 years of rich industry practice and technical experience to provide local customers with efficient new energy solutions, helping accelerate the energy transition in the local market and enable end customers to achieve high returns and easy maintenance of power stations with efficient and long-life modules.
In response to the national “Belt and Road” initiative, Solargiga Energy has taken the lead in laying out the South African market. Located at the southernmost tip of the African continent, South Africa has abundant solar resources, with most regions having an average annual sunshine duration of over 2,500 hours. The Government of South Africa plans to achieve a PV installed capacity of more than 8GW by 2030. The South African PV market has great potential.
Currently, Solargiga Energy relies on European developers to gradually develop African markets such as South Africa and has a stable marketing customer base in the South African market. In the future, Solargiga Energy will further expand its network sales channels in Africa, providing more professional and excellent new energy solutions for the local market and contributing to the high-quality development of new energy in Africa.