LMB Power Africa (Pty) Ltd is a dedicated, loyal company with personnel that are experts who provides exceptional electrical service with 100% commitment.
With increasing reliability since 1997 with each year of experience, it made the company to develop in a well-
A standard of management was set, and it is maintained no matter the challenges. The discipline that is set is to ensure fulfillment upon the completion of any task that is given to the staff, up to the finalized task and insurance of complete customer satisfaction.
Our core business is electrical contracting, maintenance, upgrades of all overhead lines and cable systems and more.
Constructing of electrical fences and installing solar systems with innovative advice inputs and solutions to ensure that the customer receives the best service possible.
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How does an Electric fence work? Click here.
What are the Benefits of Switching to Solar Power?
There is a plethora of benefits you can experience by switching to solar energy, including:
1. Major Financial Savings
Installing solar panels in your home can save you thousands of Rands on your energy bills in the long run, often through net metering. Here, excess energy is fed back into the power grid so that you can receive a credit from your local utilities for essentially “selling” the power to them. Although this is future directed it is an option on the table currently and a logical move for South Africa..
2. Great for the Environment
Solar energy is one of the cleanest and least damaging sources of energy available, as it results in little to no pollution and causes virtually no harm to the environment.
3. Sustainable and Renewable
As the power comes from the sun and not any finite natural resources (such as coal or oil), there is no worry about depleting the energy source. This also means that there is no fear of unexpected price increases or shortages.
Why This May Be the Perfect Time to Switch to Solar Electric
After learning about some of the benefits of solar energy, you’ve probably got more than a few questions about the practical aspects of installing solar panels in your home. The fact of the matter is that there has never been a better time to switch to solar energy than now, thanks to some significant improvements across the board.
4. Major Advancements in the Technology
Solar panels are now more efficient and resilient than previous models, meaning that you can collect more sunlight to create more energy with less effort. Today’s solar panels are also much stronger than older models, meaning you will only need to clean them a few times a year and aren’t going to have to worry about much maintenance. The size of panels for a given power output is also decreasing, making them more feasible for smaller homes that have less available roof space.
5. Relief from Load-
(Extract From ‘The Plan Collection’ www.theplancollection.com)
Floating Solar or FPV (Floating photovoltaic)
Floating solar or FPV (Floating photovoltaic), refers to an array of solar panels on a structure that floats on a body of water, typically an artificial basin or a lake.
This technology has had a rapid growth on the renewable energy market since 2016 and in 2017 has overcome the 200 MW of installed power. The first 20 plants, of a few dozen of kWp have been built between 2008 and 2014 as reported in the MIRARCO paper  that analyzed the birth of this technology.
The installed power in 2018 is foreseen to be near to 1 GWP .
There are several reasons for this development:
(From Wikipedia at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Floating_solar)
Electric Fence Systems
An investment in electric fencing is an investment in more profitable farming. Electric fencing takes less time, effort and cost than traditional fencing, however it's as a powerful pasture management tool where it can bring most benefit. It gives farmers precise control over feed to allow allocation of pasture and other forages through permanent and temporary sub divisions.
Why use electric fencing?
Electric fencing can be used in many different applications. New purpose built fences for containment or exclusion of large animals; retro fitting an old fence to extend its life or to protect a new conventional fence; feral animal exclusion and temporary fencing for pasture management and animal control. (From https://am.gallagher.com/au/getting-