Spar Supermarket | 65.30 kW | Warrenton, South Africa

Generating Solar Power

Warrenton is situated in the Northern Cape province of South Africa, one of the sunniest places on Earth. A former diamond mining settlement, the adjacent Vaal River irrigates the town’s fertile soils which was used to grow vegetables to feed the diamond field workers.

This is the second Spar Supermarket branch to go solar through the Sun Exchange, cutting their energy bills, emissions and demonstrating sustainability to their community, shoppers, staff and other retailers alike.

Nearby to Warrenton are some of the world’s largest solar farms, powered by the incredibly high solar yields in the region, which you too can now take advantage of by owning and earning from solar cells installed into this project.

Are you connected to the sun?

Monetise sunshine, cut CO2 and power high social impact projects through Sun Exchange

+ 67,453.330 kWh

Energy generated

Forecast: 74,268.970 kWh

+ 69,476.93 kg CO2

Carbon saved

10 months

Generating power

14040

Solar cells connected

264

Members generating


How much monetised sunshine could you have earned?

ZAR
ZAR
Match: 87 ZAR
kWh
Match: 7.31 kWh
%
0 ZAR
1st Year Income Rate per kWh (Gross)
8.26 ZAR
1st Year Income for Cells (Gross)*
281.00 ZAR
Total 20 Year Income for Cells (Net)*
* Estimate

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