SMR-MPPT1575 is a sort of DIY MPPT solar charge controller. This sort of tracer solar charge controller is fit for 12V/24V automatic recognition as well as 15A charge and discharge current. Lumiax solar charge controller are exported to all over the world.With the development of solar...Send Inquiry
SMR-MPPT1575 is a sort of DIY MPPT solar charge controller.
This sort of tracer solar charge controller is fit for 12V/24V automatic recognition as well as 15A charge and discharge current.
Lumiax solar charge controller are exported to all over the world.With the development of solar energy,Egypt government and South Africa government supply enough support.
According to a report in Egypt's "Daily News", 11 of the 16 solar companies were included in a list of approved small-scale PV projects in Egypt.
Approved companies include Egyptian Solar Energy Systems Co, Gvergreen Solar, Infinity Solar, Electromatic, Greenfox, KarmSolar, Hammer Electric For Solar Technology, GreenTech Solutions, SolarPower, GlobalEgypt and Smart Engineering Solutions. There are currently 38 companies in the Egypt-based Solar-systems project (Egypt-pv).We could supply them street light solar charge controller or 24 hours system PWM or MPPT solar charge controller.
The programme is targeted at residential, commercial and industrial, hotel and public building sectors and is supported by GEF funding agencies, the United Nations Development Programme and the Egyptian Industrial Modernization Centre.
Developers in industrial projects can get 25% of project cost support, which is a $250 subsidy per kilowatt installation, with a ceiling of 150 kilowatts, or a subsidy of up to $37,500.
Regarding the technical support available to the approved developers, the report quoted a project manager, Hind Farouh, as saying that a meeting would be held within a few weeks to discuss project applications and financial and technical support.
In the past years,our company dealed with some projects for LED light solar controller in Sough Africa.And we really hope to supply them more items for example, lithium battery solar charge controller or 24v solar regulator
A few days ago, the South African Department of Energy released a revised draft Comprehensive Resource Plan (IRP). The program aims to increase 5,670 megawatts of photovoltaic capacity and 8,100 megawatts of wind capacity by 2030.
According to the plan, South Africa will have 11,442 megawatts of wind capacity in 2030, accounting for 15% of the combined power generation capacity, while photovoltaics will account for 10%, reaching 7958 megawatts. In addition, it includes 600 megawatts of concentrated solar energy capacity, accounting for 1%, and 2,912 megawatts of pumped storage capacity, accounting for 4%. South Africa is expected to increase 2,500 megawatts of hydropower by 2030.
The statement said that the IRP plans to provide a power infrastructure plan to ensure supply security while minimizing supply costs, water usage and environmental impact. The statement also stated that through the mid-term system adequacy outlook submitted by South African National Power Eskom to NERSA (National Energy Regulators of South Africa), closer monitoring of IRP update assumptions will ensure that current supply and demand balances can be met, if necessary Accelerate or slow down the implementation, and even modify the plan in time.