Abela Solar


In the Xhosa language, there’s a beautiful word that embodies our philosophy – Yabela. Which means ‘to share’. This captures the essence of what aim to achieve – to share knowledge and insight into renewable energy and ensure that solar technology is easily accessible to our people so we can share the power of the sun with everyone, regardless of who they are, where they are or what their economic status is.

At its core, solar energy is about providing sustainable and clean energy to communities all over the world. It’s about making sure that everyone has access to the power they need to thrive, without relying on finite resources like fossil fuels. And that’s what we aim to do at Abela Solar – provide a solution that’s sustainable, reliable, and affordable.

With the right infrastructure in place, communities can generate their own power, reducing their reliance on centralised power grids and the environmental impact that comes with them. Solar energy is also incredibly versatile, capable of powering everything from small homes to large-scale industrial operations.

Most importantly, solar energy has the power to bring people together. By sharing the power of the sun, we can create a sense of community and connectedness that transcends boundaries of race, class, and geography. That’s the power of ‘Yabela’ – it’s not just about sharing energy, but sharing a vision of a better, more sustainable world.

We’re also focused on educating people about the benefits of solar energy and how it works. There’s still a lot of misinformation out there about solar energy, and we believe that by empowering people with the right knowledge they need, we can build a movement that’s based on facts and not fiction

In the end, our mission as Abela Solar is simple – to share the power of the sun with everyone. ‘Yabela’ represents everything that we stand for, and we’re excited to be a part of a movement that’s changing the world for the better. Together, we can create a brighter, more sustainable future for ourselves and for generations to come.