Tax Bill for public comment on 14 December 2017.
Since South Africa endorsed the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change and indicated its commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the carbon tax has formed an important part of South Africa's package of measures to reduce its emissions (coupled with appropriate regulations and incentives).
A whole NEW way to take hard earned cash OR has our government finally woken up and realised there is no more time to waste on emission controls?
The world is in trouble – our leaders are procrastinating, and 3 years after signing the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions, we are no closer.
We think it’s a bit of BOTH, but mostly the first. With Big E stubbornly refusing to allow small-scale solar roof generation credits and instead spend many billions of rand on coal and nuclear generation, the boodle has to come from somewhere….So, to sound all the good musical notes, cry “CARBON TAX” – Tax the people and fund the risky nuclear power stations.
Getting on to the Solar System Size selection
The most common question we are asked is “How much will solar cost for a 3 bedroom house”? We cannot answer this question. Nor can we answer “What size do I need” Instead, the Question is answered by a Question: What do you expect the Solar to do for you – What are your Loads? How many kWh?
Work out your loads
We need to know your power requirement before we can design your system, and here is how you give us that: Pen and paper in hand and write down: