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South Africa successfully delivers electricity with the solar microgrid project
by Yvonne Andiva
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8 November 2018
On 8 November 2018 Construction Review reported:
South Africa's power state-owned utility, Eskom has announced to have successfully delivered electricity from a solar microgrid demonstration project that was developed and tested over a period of 16 months. Eskom, launched its ground-breaking pilot solar-powered microgrid at Wilhelmina Farm, Ficksburg in the Free State. The plant harnesses solar energy and converts it to a peak of 32 kilowatt electrical energy via solar photovoltaic panels and power inverters.
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Similar microgrids, using either solar or wind resources, will be rolled out in various parts of the country in due course. This will especially target rural areas with no access to the national grid.
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