MUST ENERGY Exhibits at Solar & Storage Live Africa 2024

On March 18, 2024, MUST ENERGY made its appearance at Solar & Storage Live Africa 2024 in Johannesburg, South Africa.

As one of the largest professional exhibitions in the renewable energy sector in South Africa, this year’s Solar & Storage Live Africa attracted over 550 global green energy brands. MUST ENERGY, as one of the renowned new energy brands, once again joined forces with local partners in South Africa to provide a platform for practitioners and consumers from the new energy industry to share the latest products and technologies and explore the prospects of renewable energy development on the African continent.

MUST ENERGY Showcases Innovative Products

At this exhibition, MUST ENERGY showcased its new series of solar storage products, including photovoltaic inverters, storage single-phase inverters, home storage systems, lithium batteries, and more. Through advanced technological innovation, MUST ENERGY strives to create safer, more stable, and reliable products, offering more choices for the household energy storage market in South Africa and across Africa.

For over two decades, MUST ENERGY has been dedicated to the research, production, and manufacturing of power electronics technology products. With unique advantages in the upstream and downstream industrial chain and professional capabilities in intelligent platform construction, MUST ENERGY will continue to leverage its strengths in technology research and development and manufacturing to provide high-quality and affordable products globally. The company is committed to improving the global power environment and creating a more sustainable and eco-friendly future for humanity.

Outlook for the Renewable Energy Industry in South Africa

Situated at the southern tip of Africa, South Africa enjoys abundant sunshine and rich solar energy resources, yet the proportion of renewable energy in the energy supply remains relatively low. The South African government recognizes the importance of renewable energy for the future and has taken measures to promote sustainable energy development. In recent years, the solar energy market in South Africa has grown rapidly, and it is expected to become one of the top ten photovoltaic markets globally by 2024. Eskom, the South African national electricity utility, anticipates that the rooftop solar installation capacity will reach 2.6 gigawatts by 2023, with further growth expected by 2024, especially during the period from May to July, when rooftop solar installations will become more frequent to alleviate power shedding issues.

MUST ENERGY’s innovative products offer solutions tailored to South Africa’s abundant sunshine and solar resources, helping to increase the proportion of renewable energy in the energy supply. Particularly in the installation of rooftop solar, MUST ENERGY’s products can help alleviate power shedding issues, bringing greater stability and reliability to South Africa’s electricity supply.