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Meet Suntoy’s Mr Sunshine (aka Harald Schulz) and his team of solar enthusiasts

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Suntoy Technical and Managing Director Harald Schulz (aka Mr Sunshine) for his weekly “ShapeShifter” feature.

Schulz has 30 years’ experience in electronic and hydraulic engineering.

He started Proudly South African Suntoy - maker of solar powered products - four years ago.

He is the designer of the well-loved Consol Solar Jar.

Listen to the rousing interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).

Unlike many other businesses load shedding helped us!

Harald Schulz, Suntoy

We’ve made more than a million Consol Solar Jars.

Harald Schulz, Suntoy

We import the components, but the rest of the assembly is done locally.

Harald Schulz, Suntoy

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