Selected Projects

STEM Center, University of Juba

The 150 KWp system is composed of 480 panel array and some 288 Gel Batteries. The controllers and inverters are Schneider XW+. This system is DC coupled to mitigate against systematic malfunctions caused by AC Coupling inter-dependencies. The STEM Center now has power 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This is an exemplary system that can easily be copied by other organizations and institutions in the country as a cost-effective and reliable way to power large buildings and compounds.

St. Daniel Comboni Hospital; Wau

The PV system is installed at one of the largest hospitals in Wau. The 3.75KW system is to be used at the hospital’s outpatient block and surgical ward. The PV array consists of 15 solar panels of 250W and 12 200Ah batteries. This will help the hospital reduce fuel consumption and stay open for longer hours, enabling them to serve more patients.

Savannah House Project

This project is located on top of the Savannah House tower in Juba’s Buluk neighborhood. It is a 3.5KW system consisting of 14 250W solar panels with a 2.5KVA inverter. The system will help the customer reduce his fuel consumption by using solar during the day and only turning on the generator for a few hours in the evening.

Water for South Sudan Compound, Wau

SunGate recently installed a 12-kW system in a compound in Wau for an NGO called Water for South Sudan. Using 40 panels of 300W each, 24 Rolls batteries, and an Imeon inverter, the system will replace the generator and power all their loads. Now with solar power, the NGO saves on fuel cost and removes the headache of generator repairs. They can now focus on drilling boreholes to bring life saving water to the villagers.


"SunGate Solar took the time to explain everything about solar energy to me and how my system works. SunGate CEO Mou Riiny is a South Sudanese with a degree from an Amercian University in Electrical Engineering. The team is highly skilled, and they use the best components available anywhere. It was well worth the wait to get a SunGate system."

– Design/Assessment Service Customer