POWERPLUS BAHAMAS offers a long line of alternative energy and energy reduction products. Everything from light bulbs to complete solar electric systems.
We offer complete, turn-key systems for grid-tie, grid interactive and off-grid applications, as well as custom solutions designed by trained and certified experts. Each renewable energy system is designed with the highest quality components to ensure you receive many trouble free years of operation. Ensure your system is designed properly for your needs - let us be your alternative energy experts!
SOLAR ATTIC FANS
Your attic temperature can exceed 150 degrees during the summer months; having a direct impact on your energy bills and air condtioning. Operates at no cost cooling your attic.
SOLXENERGY THERMAL AIR CONDITIONERS
The Save 50-80% on your air conditioning costs with SOLAR COOL solar air conditioning unit.
POWERPLUS BAHAMAS is the EXCLUSIVE distributor of the THERMX Technology in The Bahamas and Caribbean regions!!!
SOLAR CEILING FANS
DC ceiling fans can operate directly from the sun, with batteries and AC power packs for nightime use.
SOLAR HOT WATER
LED (Light Emitting Diode) lighting is a revolutionary lighting technology that actually creates more light with 70% less energy. LED lights are available in a wide variety of applications (bulbs, floods, spots, street, industrial, garden, underwater, tracks and more...
SOLAR POOL PUMPS
LORENTZ PS600 CS-15 is the PS600 CS-15 is a high volume surface pump that is designed to provide circulation through a filter system and thermal collectors. The PS600 system operates at 48-72 volts DC and its motor is over 90% efficient. The CS-15 is our most popular surface pump especially for swimming pool circulation. Considering rising costs of electricity, many pool owners are turning to solar as a superior and cost effective solution compared to standard AC pumps.
Hot water usage can be up to 30% of your energy consumption. Solar hot water means no need for electricity or timers.
"Bringing powerful energy alternatives to the islands.'