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The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Brian Hosking, General Manager for Enel Energy South Africa.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
Fully installed, you’re looking at around R145 000.— Brian Hosking, General Manager for Enel Energy South Africa
It’ll take about eight years for it to pay for itself.— Brian Hosking, General Manager for Enel Energy South Africa
Going off the grid is highly overrated.— Brian Hosking, General Manager for Enel Energy South Africa
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