The world is facing an energy crisis rooted in unpredictable gas prices, diminishing natural resources and challenges in recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic. As demand continues to rise, the global energy infrastructure has failed to provide energy resources to large parts of the worldwide economy.
To beat back the rising costs of utilities, industries have shifted their focus to a more reliant and sustainable option – solar power. Solar photovoltaic (solar PV) systems is one of the most resilient energy generation technologies and, with the correct maintenance, can continuously produce sustainable solar electricity for decades. Implementing regular maintenance for your solar array can extend your system’s lifetime over 25 years of operation, an undertaking that can be done by working with a dependable solar energy supplier that offers the right Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Plan for your business.
As industries continue to tap into the power of solar energy, the maintenance of solar systems should be your top priority. Long-term solar benefits can only be reaped when an array is carefully managed and maintained, ensuring your system lasts decades. An installation generating power at its maximum capacity will save you money and ensure the largest return on your investment, and this is achieved through a comprehensive Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Plan.
Countless industries have turned to solar photovoltaic (solar PV) systems – the generation of electricity using energy from the sun – to meet their energy requirements as it provides a safe, reliable and sustainable option to keep their operations running. Working with a dependable solar energy supplier, along with the right Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Plan, is key to getting the most from this investment.
“With more than 25% of our local food supply produced by farmers, implementing sustainable and affordable solutions to resolve the energy crises is critical,” states Claude Peters, Managing Director for RenEnergy SA. Sustainable energy supply enables the mitigation of the severe high-cost impact on meat producers.
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