- Uber Solar’s roots go back to 2004 when James Green the CEO, was in process of building game lodges and wanting to go ‘green’ by using solar in preference to electricity for heating water.
- The problem was simply the cost of the technologies available and the limited kWh savings, resulting in returns on investment that were unacceptable at 15 years and more.
- By 2009 the price of electricity had risen by some 200% but the payback points and ROI’s were still unacceptable.
- ber Solar manufactures in Ladysmith (Natal) and Port Elizabeth (Eastern Cape) with administration offices in Johannesburg and Cape Town.
- The shareholders and Directors have all been involved with solar and manufacturing for many years and have extensive business experience, including the manufacture and installation of solar water heaters and other components.
- The CEO James Green sat on the Council of the Sustainable Energy Society of Southern Africa (SESSA) 2014-2017 and on the Council of the South Africa Renewable Energy Council (SAREC).
- Ubersolar is a trading name of African Sun Solar Geysers that holds a SABS Mark on various systems.
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