Japan Tobacco International


Japan Tobacco International (JTI), one of the largest tobacco companies in the world, has a single roof structure which features the largest self-consumption rooftop solar PV system in the Philippines at 4.77 Megawatt peak. This means all power yielded will be used within the facility’s power demands and no energy will be exported or fed […]

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Shopwise Cebu


The 576 kilowatt peak system at Shopwise Basak, Cebu City was commissioned into operation by Solenergy Systems Inc. last October 2018 and is now harnessing clean energy to power a considerable percentage of the hypermarket’s daily operations. Shopwise Cebu’s PV system is forecasted to yield 827,000 kilowatt hours of solar energy every year, all of […]

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Landmark Alabang

Solenergy Systems Inc. has designed, installed and commissioned a 739.2kWp grid-tied PV system for Landmark Corporation, a major supermarket chain in the Philippines, at their newly unveiled Alabang site. Comprising 2,640 PV modules and 33 Fronius Symo -20 inverters, the system is expected to offset a major portion of the facility’s daytime electricity consumption, reducing […]

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Mactan Cebu International Airport


The project was awarded to Solenergy by GMCAC, an International consortium of GMR Group (developer and operator of airports worldwide) and Megawide Construction Corp. The system comprises 65 Fronius Symo 3-phase inverters, offering real-time online system monitoring and added safety functionality, such as arc and ground fault protection. The racking system was custom designed by […]

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Assumption College Makati


Solenergy Systems Inc. was commissioned to design, build, and maintain an 18.36kW solar power system for the newly constructed Community Center at Assumption College in Makati City. A total of 72 polycrystalline solar panels were connected to one 3-phase Fronius inverter on site to not only generate electricity at lower cost, but also exhibit green […]

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De La Salle University Rufino Campus

De La Salle University awarded the design and installation of a grid-tied rooftop solar to Solenergy during the construction phase of the project. Working closely with the lead contractors and architects of the project, our design team mainly maximized the available rooftop space of the 1,395 square-meter building. The project was completed late 2016, just […]

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Gaisano Capital Mall La Paz


Solenergy Systems Inc. with Energy Development Corp. (EDC) and Gaisano Capital have commissioned the 1.03 megawatt (MW) solar rooftop system in Gaisano Capital Mall in La Paz, Iloilo City. Formally inaugurated last January 11, 2017, it is estimated to offset close to 840 metric tons of CO2 per year. The 1MW solar rooftop at Gaisano […]

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Robinsons Place Angeles


Once again Solenergy Systems Inc. was tapped by Robinsons Land Corp. as EPC contractor for a 742 kilowatt peak solar power system for Robinsons Angeles shopping mall. The system is calculated to yearly offset close to 600 metric tons of CO2 emissions. The project includes a monitoring and control system to keep track of real-time […]

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Century Pacific Food Inc.


Solenergy’s first solar project in the Mindanao region of the Philippines is located at Century Pacific Food Inc.’s storage facility in General Santos City. As the Filipino food company continues to expand their business operations, Century consulted with Solenergy to explore opportunities for an on site solution for energy savings and cost reduction measures. The initial […]

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Robinsons Starmills


Consisting of 10,880 solar panels and covering 1.75 hectares of roof space, the solar array at Robinsons Starmills will harness more than 2.88 Megawatts of power during peak hours, offsetting up to 95% of daytime demand. As of May 2016, the Robinsons shopping mall in San Fernando, Pampanga is the largest own-use photovoltaic (PV) facility in the Philippines. The system is […]

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Robinsons Place Iloilo


Comprising of 2,404 pieces of solar panels mounted on the mall’s rooftop, the system commissioned in November 2015 is the 2nd Robinsons mall to go solar in the Philippines and currently the largest grid-tied photovoltaic (PV) installation in the city of Iloilo, Philippines. The system is expected to generate 815 Megawatt hours of energy a […]

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8 Rockwell


Bolstering a 75kWp solar grid-tied system at the top floor, 8 Rockwell in Makati City is one of the few urban high-rise projects in the Philippines to integrate photovoltaic (PV) panels to their roof space. The system is expected to yield 94,247kWh of power a year which is more than 1% of the building’s total […]

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Land Bank of the Philippines


Solenergy was commissioned to design, build, and maintain a 4kW solar power system for LANDBANK in Pampanga. Projected to produce 5,715 kWh of power per year, the government owned bank is making a pioneering statement in tapping renewable energy for their small commercial space. […]

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DuPont Pioneer


To meet the increasing energy demand of operation requirements, Solenergy was commissioned to design, install, and maintain the first rooftop solar power system of Pioneer Hybrid Seeds, completed under a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement. Thin-film modules connected to ten 3-phase inverters were installed at the production plant of the client in Tarlac City, which are […]

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Mondelez Philippines


As part of their energy savings and cost reduction campaign, the client approached Solenergy Systems Inc. to provide a turn-key solar power system for a warehouse rooftop at their Metro Manila manufacturing facility. The system comprises 390 polycrystalline solar modules connected to 5 independent 3-phase inverters. It is connected to the warehouse power circuit and […]

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International School Manila


To reduce their dependency on utility-sourced power and also make a pioneering environmental statement, ISM commissioned Solenergy to install a rooftop solar power system at their Taguig campus. The system comprises 312 polycrystalline solar modules connected to 4 independent 3-phase inverters. It is connected to the medium voltage circuit at the site and will provide […]

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Grace Christian College


Solenergy was commissioned to design and install a solar power system consisting of three 3-phase inverters with 480 polycrystalline panels to generate electricity for the elementary school building of GCC. The shift to solar power proved to be a drastically effective move towards reducing the cost of power consumption and establishing power independence to sustain […]

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The solar modules that comprise 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 is designed to generate electricity for 70% of the entire building. The initiative to […]

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