The Solar Duck Curve

The duck curve named after its resemblance to a duck shows the difference in electricity demand and the amount of available solar energy throughout the day.

7 Facts About Solar Energy

A Clean Source: Because the sun provides more energy than we will ever need, no greenhouse gas emissions are released into the atmosphere when you use solar panels to create …

Floating Solar Array

Floating Solar Energy – Going beyond available land

Floating solar, or floating photovoltaic (FPV), simply refers to an array of solar modules floating upon a body of water. The solar panels are racked on a buoyant structure to keep them above the water’s surface and are usually located on relatively calmer bodies of water such as ponds, lakes and artificial dam reservoirs.

One of the several advantages of FPV is that it does not occupy the land, that could otherwise be used for agricultural or forestry purposes.

PV Fire, the inevitable?!

“Every connection point is a weak point” Written by Olufemi/Adeteju In a PV system, every connection point is a recipe for disaster.  At Sunhive, we recognise that implementing the best …

Khumbul’ekhaya: Remember Home

Before you work on that powered system Remember Home!Before you work at height without your full body harnessRemember Home!Before you ditch your hand gloves on siteRemember Home!Before you decide to …