South Sudan Provides Residential Solar Solutions

South Sudan Provides Residential Solar Solutions

Aptech Africa in South Sudan recently completed a residential solar power battery storage system in Rajaf, South Sudan. This 17KWp project used 48 OPZV batteries to create a dependable energy supply for residential purposes.

 OPZV batteries are a great alternative to lead acid batteries in hard to reach locations such as South Sudan. These batteries are less sensitive to heat, and have greater than 2,500 cycles at 70% depth of discharge. Unlike traditional lead acid batteries that usually only have 600 cycles, they are also great for off-grid applications and back-up systems especially if long back-up times are needed. The maximum charge current is about 20% of its normal capacity, and low discharge currents are preferable for long battery lifetime.

Aptech’s team of engineers in South Sudan are ready to design and install the best quality solar and energy storage system for any residential or business needs.  

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