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6 Factors For Choosing The Best Solar Battery

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Your Solar power system depends on your choice of Solar battery to determine how much power it can store and how your Solar-charged devices will operate. Battery storage allows you to store the surplus energy the Solar panels generate, which gives you a stable and reliable supply of energy.  But is it always effective? The

Are Solar Panels Worth It In Kenya?

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Kenya has some of the highest prices for electricity in Africa, leading many Kenyans to look at alternative energy sources to power their homes and businesses.  One such alternative source is Solar panels, which can be used to power household electronics like TVs and fans as well as home appliances like lights and refrigerators. These

What is the impact of seasonal changes on Solar panels?

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Do you ever wonder if you could use Solar energy all year round? Over the years, there have been many advancements in Solar technology and processes, and modern Solar panels are significantly more efficient than their predecessors.  But even with this higher efficiency, it can still be challenging to capture enough sunlight during particular times

How To Choose The Right Solar Water Pump?

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Over the last few years, Solar water pumps have become a revolutionary addition to agribusiness. A Solar water pump for farming is a powerful solution to fetch water from a well, lake, river or other water sources directly to your farm.  They run entirely on Solar power, require minimal maintenance, reduce utility bills, and save

Save Water and Your Money with Solar Drip Irrigation

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We are often asked two questions about our Solar Drip Irrigation (SDI) systems: first, “How much water does it save?” and immediately after, “Is it worth the cost?” These are excellent questions and deserve more than a short answer.  Drip irrigation is one of the most efficient farming technologies, and its benefits increase when the

The Best Battery To Store Solar Energy

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Imagine you have a Solar panel on your roof that produces more electricity than you need. Where do you store it? The answer is Solar Battery! Batteries are the muscle of any Solar-powered system. A Solar battery has two basic functions: storing energy and discharging energy. When used to store energy, a battery acts as

4 Key Benefits Of Solar Farming

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In the last decade, Solar farming has grown from experimental technology to something nearly everyone can take advantage of. While it is still an unknown entity to many people, one thing is for sure: Solar farming is not going anywhere anytime soon.  If we consider Kenya as the testing ground, most smallholder farmers depend on

Maximize Sustainable Energy Use With Solar Power

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We have been using fossil fuels such as gas, oil, and coal to generate power from time immemorial. These non-renewable resources still have a very high demand in comparison to other renewable resources like Solar, air, and wind. Even though these sources of energy have plenty of cons, they still top the list and play

How is SunCulture Overcoming Water-shortage for Farmers?

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Water scarcity has become a significant problem across the globe. Moreover, we lose billions of gallons of water due to various reasons every year. Considering the Kenyan agriculture sector, smallholder farmers are in a state of despair due to an insufficient amount of water for irrigating their crops. Besides, even if they have access to

Do Solar Modules Work On Cloudy Days?

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Do you ever wonder if Solar panels can generate energy when the sun is hidden behind clouds? Although it may seem counterintuitive, Solar panels can still produce electricity on overcast days or even through a dense layer of clouds. The Solar panels use photovoltaic cells and function based on a phenomenon known as the photovoltaic

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