Solar Energy in the Philippines is among the fastest growing innovations that people are beginning to accept. The benefits of utilizing solar energy for residential homes or for the workplace are numerous. Between savings in annual consumption of electricity to enjoying cleaner energy, solar energy has made the future happen today.
Solenergy has taken on numerous projects across the country. Each project has helped Solenergy grow both as a company and as a provider of cleaner energy.
Solar energy is derived from the radiation that comes from the Sun and that is then converted to electricity. Solenergy has provided different customers with solar panels that is suited to their needs and their specifications.
To meet the cumulative energy needs for operation requirements, Solenergy was tasked to plan, install, and preserve the first rooftop solar power system for Pioneer Hybrid Seeds, completed under a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement. Installed at the heart of the production plant of the client were thin-film modules connected to ten 3-phase inverters in Tarlac City and these are expected to produce more than 500kWh of energy every day.View Project
In conjunction with Mondelez’s energy saving and cost-reduction campaign, Mondelez approached Solenergy Systems Inc. to deliver a turn-key solar power system for a warehouse rooftop in their Metro Manila manufacturing facility. The system installed consists of 390 polycrystalline solar modules linked to 5 autonomous 3-phase inverters. It is connected to the warehouse power circuit and is expected to deliver more than 550kWhr per day during peak production.View Project
To lessen the client’s dependency on utility-sourced power and also make an innovation in making an environmental statement, the client hired Solenergy to install a rooftop solar power system at their campus in Taguig.View Project
Solenergy was tasked to design and mount a solar power system to produce electricity for the campus of Grace Christian College.
The move to solar power proved to be a considerably effective shift towards lessening the cost of power consumption and establishing power independence to sustain the operations of the school.
Grace Christian College has asked Solenergy to expend their solar power system 3 times to steadily increase their dependence on solar power, indicative of the benefits reaped from the utilization of solar energy.View Project
The solar modules that make up the system are connected to three 3-phase inverters that will power up the administration building of PEDC in Iloilo City.
In line with their campaign to propel pro-environmental programs while maintaining stable power supply, the system was designed to generate power for 70% of the entire building.View Project
As a step forward towards power stability and reliable sources of electricity, Solenergy planned and installed an Uninterruptible Power Supply or UPS in Puerto Galera to set up a hybrid power supple for Lalaguna Villas.
The initial 1-phase system was upgraded to 3-phase inverters to match the increasing demand brought by the growth and expansion of the resort.
With this innovative statement in the hotel and tourism industry, Lalaguna Villas managed to develop energy independence with decreased costs in electricity consumption and uninterrupted power that will further empower their hold on providing an unforgettable experience for visitors of Puerto Galera.View Project