IMPower is proud to announce a name change as the company was formerly known as All Power Systems.
The name change will be effective from 3rd of February 2020.
The name change came as a result of a name clash with a South African-based firm that had a very similar name and offered similar solutions.
Founded in 2014, IMPower Pty Ltd is a leading engineering, procurement and project management contractor (EPCM) operating in the solar and energy storage industry.
The company is focusing more on providing Solar Rooftop/Ground Mount Solutions (Grid-Tied), Micro-Grid/Storage Solutions, Energy Management & Reporting as well as Project Development & Financing
“This caused confusion in the market hence we decided to proceed with a name change as speedily as possible. As mentioned above, we will continue with our services, with our primary focus on providing Commercial and Industrial (C&I) clients with tailored, expert energy solutions,” says CEO, Jay Naidoo of IMPower Pty Ltd.
“Our engineered solutions incorporates not only world-leading products and engineering methodologies but also our set of value-based principles, integrity, honesty and respect, ensuring that your system is built to last and matches your expectations.”
Micro-Grid and off-grid home solar systems are being rapidly deployed in Africa, where power utilities have failed to keep up with demand. Many Africans are still without electricity or still struggling to access electricity, especially in rural communities. The only solution to this is by introducing microgrid energy.
“Energy poverty is a global issue and affects rural areas that are too far from the main grid and are too costly to electrify by extending the main grid. Microgrids are emerging as an effective off-grid solution that can close the energy poverty gap and can supplement the existing electrification programs,” says Naidoo.
“Further research and development is required to ensure that these systems can be applied for rural electrification and can operate autonomously within specified limits whilst maintaining supply and demand.”