Spar Supermarket | 203.8 kW | Hoedspruit, South Africa
Hoedspruit, Limpopo, South Africa

Supermarkets demand power all year round. Escalating energy costs in South Africa can mean higher costs for daily groceries.

Spar Hoedspruit is going solar to lower their energy bill, cut their emissions and demonstrate sustainability to shoppers and staff alike.

The supermarket provides vital services to the local community and to the hundreds of thousands of tourists passing through the town whilst exploring the natural wonders of the surrounding national parks.

Purchase and lease solar cells to this project to earn income powered by the sun for the next 20 years. At your option you may choose to donate any portion of your solar cell rental income to The Black Mamba Anti-Poaching Unit, the first majority female anti-poaching unit in South Africa. The Black Mambas not only provide protection to rhinos through their boots on the ground but also through being a role model in their communities.

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KEY FACTS

Cost Per Cell (ZAR)
67.00
Estimated annual production / Cell (kWh)
7
Year 1 Lease Rate (ZAR / kWh)
0.98
Lease Term (years)
20
Estimated 20 year rental income per cell (ZAR)
199
Estimated IRR
11.37
Solar Installer
All Power Systems
Detailed Project Information
Project Information Document