IBC Solar at the Future Energy in Nairobi
As part of the German Pavilion at this year’s Future Energy East Africa in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, IBC Solar will be presenting their products and services, focusing especially on PV systems with storage for backup and off-grid solutions. Such PV systems help to develop the decentralised energy supply for the African continent or provide power where there has so far only been a generator or no power at all.
“Africa is an attractive solar market with rapid growth and high demand for self-consumption systems with energy storage solutions,” says Daniel Haitzler, the Managing Director of IBC’s subsidiary in Cape Town. “Our business activities focus on commercial and residential systems up to 5 megawatts. We provide EPC companies and installers not only with solar products but solutions involving our own design software PV Manager for instance,” he adds.
As early as 2017, IBC Solar had opened their doors in Cape Town, providing Sub-Saharan Africa with their solar products and systems. Since the end of last year, IBC Solar also include Victron products in their portfolio in order to complement the company’s position as a provider of storage and off-grid solutions. (mfo)
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