As the world shifts towards sustainable energy solutions, solar power has emerged as a beacon of hope, promising a greener future and reduced carbon footprint. In this global movement towards renewable energy, South Africa has been a frontrunner, harnessing its abundant sunlight to power homes and businesses alike. The sight of solar panels adorning rooftops has become a familiar one, seemingly reflecting a country committed to a cleaner energy landscape. However, beneath the surface lies a disconcerting truth – an estimated 90% of residential solar installations in South Africa might be operating in a legal grey area or outright illegally.

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