2021 arrived, and with it came the dreaded announcement that South Africans will be subjected to loadshedding once again. To help you stay productive, entertained and connected, there are smart and safe solutions from a trusted battery manufacturer.
These solutions range from eco-friendly solar applications to generators and inverter trolleys. A local battery expert has highlighted the benefits of each and how they can make your life convenient and easy.
An effective and environmentally friendly option that draws energy from the sun, stores it and allows you to power up your home using the stored energy. Making use of solar-powered solutions ensures you have power on hand for when loadshedding strikes, leaving you to power through and keep your employees productive and connected.
A tried and tested form of alternative power solutions is the generator, making use of diesel as a fuel source, generators can power appliances or homes, dependant on the size of the generator you opt for. Most businesses make use of generators as they offer a seamless switch once the power drops. Also, they are reliable and cost-effective.
As technology progresses, manufacturers continue to improve and develop inverter trolleys. First National Battery provides power to inverter trolleys with powerful, robust batteries. These batteries offer quick integration to your inverter and keep your business or home powered up when it matters.
For more information on how First National Battery can assist you in keeping the power on, visit www.battery.co.za.
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ISSUED ON BEHALF OF FIRST NATIONAL BATTERY BY G&G DIGITAL.
First National Battery is South Africa's leading lead-acid battery manufacturer for industries and applications ranging from automotive (including industrial, commercial and passenger vehicles), mining, railway and renewable energy to surface traction, telecommunications and standby battery solutions. Their vehicle battery solutions are trusted by all leading car manufacturers in South Africa. They produce more than 2.2 million batteries each year and export their leading solutions to more than 40 countries.