By David Neale, CEO of Metrowatt 🌞
The rise of counterfeit solar panel sellers, batteries from unknown sources, and untrustworthy installers is jeopardising the trust and progress that the renewable energy sector has worked so hard to establish.
It’s disheartening to see the current rise of unscrupulous sellers taking advantage of the eagerness of South Africans to adopt solar energy.
A recent article published on MyBroadband, delves into the disconcerting trend of knock-off solar panel sellers exploiting unsuspecting consumers.
As Metrowatt Solar, our mission is to ensure that our customers make informed decisions when embracing sustainable energy solutions.
Metrowatt Solar is committed to providing full solar solutions unique to our customers’ needs.
These comprise of genuine, high-performance, quality solar products from the most reputable brands that stand the test of time.
Our commitment to transparency, quality, and ongoing customer support satisfaction is unwavering.
In the wake of current rise in counterfeit and poor quality products that are flooding the market, we as the Metrowatt team implore South Africans to be vigilant and educated as solar consumers.
Here are seven key aspects customers need to look out for to protect themselves when it comes to choosing a solar solution, and equally important, a supplier.
In an era where climate change is an imminent threat, and loadshedding is a constant struggle embracing renewable energy is no longer just a choice.
Solar power has emerged as a promising solution, not only to reduce our carbon footprint and ensure your home and business can operate but solar solutions also allow South Africans to save on energy bills and contribute to energy independence.
South Africa has abundant sunlight, making it an ideal environment for solar power generation.
Let’s not allow counterfeit sellers to tarnish the promise of clean, sustainable energy.
Instead, let’s unite as a community and drive the adoption of genuine solar solutions that benefit us all.
Together, we can illuminate the path to a brighter tomorrow
Article posted on My BroadBand