We are New Southern Energy

Save money with clean energy, sustainably.

A Leading Solar Energy Company in Africa

Clean energy using solar power. New Southern Energy is a leading solar energy company, based in South Africa. We strive to make solar simple through working towards a clean energy future for Africa. In this, we also aim to help business save money sustainably with solar.

We offer full-service solar power for businesses across Africa. At NSE, we specialize in turnkey energy solutions, offering clean energy through microgrid and grid-tied photovoltaic solar panel solutions.

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Skilled and professional

Our highly skilled team has the collective technical and professional experience required for our client’s electrical energy needs.
With our head office based in South Africa, we offer a complete turnkey service in solar energy across Africa. We are proud to offer these services in both the public and private sector, in order to provide impartial energy advice.  

We believe in solar power for businesses, in clean energy for Africa and in saving money sustainably.

Did you know?

One hour of sunlight equals one year’s worth of energy for the entire earth. Therefore, a solar installation, whether it is grid-tied or a microgrid, makes sense.
Let us help you put the power back in your hands while also helping you save money on electrical energy.


New Southern Energy goes the extra mile to over deliver; their communication, site conduct, installation and backup service were extremely impressive. The professional approach taken in every aspect of the project puts your mind at ease, I highly recommend NSE.
Johnny Cullum, CEO
The quality of system installation & design, project management, project implementation, level of expertise, client service and professionalism has been excellent.
Jonathan Brack
Group Sustainability Manager
We highly recommend NSE for any company that is aiming for sustainability in their business and we would be happy to attest to that in person, like their previous clients did for us as well when we were considering solar for our farm."
Carl van der Merwe
Boplaas 1743