Solar Panels as eco-friendly power sources for household and business
Are you interested in making use of solar energy in the Philippines? We offer products from trusted solar panel manufacturers that envision to provide eco-friendly and quality products for more households and business establishments.
Why consume energy when you can generate energy the safe way? Solar energy is one of the safest power sources where one can harness the needed power in the Philippines. Unlike conventional power, solar energy produces no emission that damages the environment. This environmental dividend of using solar energy is no less tangible benefit.
As we fulfill this company’s vision, we are paving a way for cleaner economy powered by the sun. At the same time, our customers in the Philippines will be able to enjoy benefits in the long run like having bigger savings.
Bigger savings with solar panels in the Philippines?
Yes, indeed! Investing in a solar panel decreases your electric bill and pays off after around 5 years. Imagine this: A monthly electricity bill of 1,500 Pesos (average household without aircon) would amount to 90,000 Pesos in 5 years; that means you get free electricity every day after that! Even better in a bigger household that may have a monthly bill of 4000 Pesos which has a total of 240,000 Pesos in 5 years’ time. As an addition to its known benefits, it has a warranty of 25 years to keep at least 80% of its capacity. However, its is likely that your solar panels last for 40 years!
Are solar panels really reliable?
By knowing the company’s mission to produce and manufacture quality products, there is nothing to be worried about. Solar panels are a great investment especially in the Philippines were the sun is shining brightly almost all year round. Solar energy in the Philippines will give positive change in the way we think about our power consumption. We support the transition to a clean and safe energy future. It outweighs the cost and focuses on the benefits that we can acquire from it. Let’s embrace this positive change that is invading the Philippines. So change for the better, go solar!
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