SOLAR AND POWER FAILURES
Every year we are plagued by rotating power outages due to the thinning power supply in our network.
Earlier this month, the Department of Energy (DOE) issued yellow and red warnings for three days, warning electricity consumers in some areas of rotating power outages. Yellow warnings are triggered when the energy reserves are low and a red warning when there is insufficient energy reserve, which can lead to interruptions in the rotational energy. To further exacerbate the damage, there is also the possibility that electricity prices will rise due to insufficient power supply and the rise in electricity prices in WESM. The DOE indicated that the supply problems were caused by the sudden shutdowns and extended scheduled maintenance of some of the major power plants.
The hot temperatures of recent times are one of the major factors behind the increased energy demand. Time never goes backwards and with the growing population and new challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a clear realization. If we don't find solutions to the problems, the Philippines will continue to experience annual blackouts which can lead to a worse blackout and higher electricity costs. Is there still a hope for every Juan?
Sustainable energy for every Juan
The recurring blackouts we experience due to the country's reliance on fossil fuels and non-renewable energies affect a wide variety of households and businesses across the country in a variety of ways. It keeps coming back to the country's need for a more stable, reliable and sustainable source of energy. See the article : New solar websites in Michigan present energy to power shoppers. The Renewable Energy Act of 2008 or RA 9513 aims to accelerate the development of renewable energy sources such as solar energy in order to achieve self-sufficiency and reduce the country's reliance on fossil fuels. In addition, the efficient and cost-effective commercial use of renewable energies is to be promoted.
The higher cost of energy and the risk of unexpected power outages are one of the reasons why Solaric is seeing a huge increase in home and business owners seeking solar power solutions. While it also cuts monthly electricity bills, many of these solaristas are trying to reduce their carbon footprint and help the environment over the long term while being energy and financially secure for the next 25 years or more.
While it can take years to build more coal-fired power plants to boost the country's energy supply, it can only take 2 to 3 days to turn your home into a self-generating power plant by installing a solar array. In addition, excess solar power that is not consumed during the day is automatically fed into the grid to supplement the thinning offer, and the power can also be exchanged for night / weekend credit via the net metering program. The Philippines is in a renewable gold mine as we get a higher amount of solar energy each year. The use of solar energy can bring many great benefits not only for us, but also for future generations.
Turn on the sun
At Solaric we appeal to the Filipino sensitivity for accessibility, service and value. Before we make an offer, let's learn how to use energy. We identify the best ways to maximize your return on a hard-earned investment. We will introduce you to various strategies to help you achieve your solar goals. See the article : LG Solar takes one other step forward with a 390 W NeON H panel. We want to ensure reduced expenses and increased savings for you to make this one-time, wise economic and environmental investment. We always do our best to provide quick, efficient and thorough customer service. Not only do we sell solar modules, we also enable solar-powered lifestyles. Our aim is to provide endless satisfaction by delivering Solaric Service Satisfaction, from permanently reducing the electricity bill to the ultimate ZERO bill.
Solaric is the leading provider of rooftop solar systems
Solaric has made a name for itself in the renewable energy industry as a trusted and respected leader in rooftop solar systems. Based on decades of experience, Solaric has installed more than 50% of rooftop solar systems on residential buildings in the Philippines, achieving significant cost reductions in electricity costs and milestones towards a cleaner, greener and more renewable future. On the same subject : Do you could clear solar panels?. We want every Filipino to enjoy the benefits of clean and renewable energy. Welcome to the new generation of solar and sun.
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We will be happy to explain how the system works or arrange a viewing so that we can show you options for your new home or existing apartments or businesses.
At Solaric, we turn on the sun.