Powerstar South Africa, a distributor for market leading energy storage and voltage optimisation brand Powerstar, is currently saving Pick n Pay, South Africa’s second largest supermarket chain store on average over eight per cent in electricity costs across two of its stores.
The company, which is enjoying its largest period of growth since entering the market in 2010 has also provided solutions to Investec, Continental Cars and the Manhattan Hotel, which have saved 11.51 per cent, 13.6 per cent and 20.71 per cent in energy charges respectively.
The company has also recently signed an agreement with Rhino Lighting, which will see the roll out of technology-based power-saving solutions and products to companies based in the Eastern Cape Province, with the aim of significantly reducing electricity bills.
Powerstar South Africa specialises in distributing Powerstar’s voltage optimisation technology. The company’s solutions work by reducing the incoming voltage coming into a building to an optimum level for site operations. The technology ensures that businesses only pay for the amount of electricity required and used.
Shaun Van Eyk, director of Powerstar South Africa said, “Our company’s vision is focussed on assisting our clients make their organisations more energy efficient by using cutting-edge technology. The partnerships we have entered are all with like-minded companies with the same goals, creating further cost savings for businesses.”
Martin Stevens, international sales director for Powerstar added, “It’s good to see Powerstar South Africa continuing to deliver energy savings for companies across the country. Alongside voltage optimisation technology, we are currently working together to launch our Virtue energy storage solution in the South African market.”
Photo caption: Left to right: Rhino Lighting managing directors Brian van Niekerk and Heather McEwan with Powerstar International Sales Manager, Martin Stevens