“Over the past week we thought we may have made a huge mistake, with all the wind and rain. We were starting to think a wind farm may have been more productive. I believe Jacques (Esper) our project manager even went to bed with his lap top on Monday night to watch the rooftop live feed in case any panels blew off in the 130km/h an hour winds. The panels will generate 98.6 kW of power per hour – 40 times greater than the average single residential solar installation. To our knowledge there is nothing of this scale in the southern hemisphere. We want to encourage other local businesses and educational facilities to visit our site and learn more about environmental sustainability.” Read the story here.