As the Philippines continues to switch to alternative energy sources, we can count on several renewable energy options. We have, among other things, the wind turbines from Illocos, the hyrdrothermal plant in Benguet and the geothermal plant in Bicol. What makes solar different and yet most practical for us Filipinos?
The Philippines are sitting on a gold mine
Blessed with the energy of the sun as a tropical country, the Philippines is a good and strategic place to invest in solar. With enough space and sunlight, solar panels can be installed almost anywhere, from rooftops to vacant lots, and they're guaranteed to produce energy for you.
There are always power outages every year, especially in the summer months when the demand is too high and the energy supply drops in yellow and red warnings. Utilizing this abundant source of energy will not only result in electricity savings for a solar home owner, but the excess energy will also help reduce the electricity supply bottlenecks caused by power plant shutdowns and lower the overall cost of electricity to the general public.
Save space and time
Compared to other renewable energy sources, installing a wind turbine, dam and geothermal system in an urban area is far more complicated. Sunny days are even more common and predictable compared to windy and rainy days here in our country. Solar is definitely more scalable and cheaper to install, which offers a common Filipino who cannot build their own wind, hydro or geothermal systems a greater chance of getting and benefiting from sustainable energy, especially given the falling costs and the recent improvement in solar technology in these areas years.
Building more coal-fired power plants takes many permits and years to build, and it only takes 2 to 3 days to install solar power in a residential area. The excess solar energy that is not consumed during the day is automatically exported and mixed into the grid, which almost immediately benefits everyone. Traditional answers make less sense as we can invest in today's technology in a cleaner, more efficient, and more ubiquitous source of energy to better understand what solar does differently.
Turn on the sun
At Solaric we appeal to the Filipino sensitivity for approach, service and value. Before we make an offer, we will learn how to use energy. We identify the best ways to maximize your return on a hard-earned investment. We present different strategies to ensure that you achieve your solar goals. We want to ensure reduced costs and higher savings so that you can make this one-time investment in business and the environment. We always do our best to provide quick, efficient and thorough customer service. Not only do we sell solar panels, we also enable a solar powered lifestyle. With this, we aim to provide endless satisfaction by delivering satisfaction with the Solaric Service that ranges from permanent reduction in electricity bills to the ultimate ZERO bill.
Solaric is a leader in solar roofs
Solaric has established itself in the entire renewable energy sector as a proven and reputable market leader for solar roofs. With decades of experience, Solaric has installed more than 50% of the solar panels on the roofs of residential buildings in the Philippines, achieving significant cost reductions in electricity costs and milestone contributions to a cleaner, greener and renewable future. We want every Filipino to enjoy the benefits of clean and renewable energy. Welcome to the new generation of solar energy and solar radiation.
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We'd be happy to explain how the system works or schedule a survey so we can offer you options for your new home or existing homes or businesses.
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