SAN Parks West Coast

Earlier this year Orbic Solar was approached to assist with the design and installation of a Solar System for SAN Parks West Coast main cottage. The main contractor was left in a difficult position as the original solar installer disappeared, and nobody was willing to do the project for the price originally quoted .  Not only was the System specification very strict but the budget was very tight.  Orbic Solar still decided to accept the challenge and completed the project within the specification and financial boundaries, without compromising. We also added value to the project with longer cable runs without adding to the cost. The idea was to work even at a loss to provide the full system required.

We wanted to help.

Not any company would we be willing to do this, but we decided that our relationship with the client (Main Contractor) and SAN Parks was very important for us, so we went the extra mile and took on the challenge. We new we wont make any profit from this, but it did not matter. We where prepared to walk the extra mile to make the system truly,  a dream come true! Now we have a happy client and friends forever,  and SAN Park West-coast can provide a truly awesome off-grid experience for its clients. We are so happy that our clients are happy!

Even thought we are still a small company we are always prepared to go the extra mile for our clients.


Solar Array
3.9 kW Solar Array

The System Specs

  • 5 KVA Off Grid system, with 7.2 Kw/h of battery storage
  • 7,2 Kw/h LifeOh4 Pylontech Backup batteries
  • Victron 5KVA Inverter
  • Victron Venus Controller to control the Lithium Batteries
  • Canadian Solar 12 x325watt multi crystalline panels. Fore a total of 3.9 Kw of peak PV power.
  • Separate Electrical Isolation and switch-gear plus Surge Protection for the DC as well as The AC circuits.


Dont mis it!

Geelbek Restaurant
Geelbek Restaurant

SAN Parks West Coast, is a lovely park just outside of Cape Town. Just inland from the secluded harbor of Saldanha Bay, and only 1,5 hour’s drive from Cape Town’s City Center, one finds the azure waters of the Langebaan Lagoon, focal point of the West Coast National Park. Its really a beautiful peaceful area and a must visit. Dont drive by it if you on the N7, take the scenic route, you wont be disappointment.  And remember to have a lovely meal at  Geelbek restaurant if you can!


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