Founded in 2013, Solaric started turning on the sun for homeowners to provide them affordable and clean energy. Today, electricity generated by fossil fuels accounts for 80% of carbon dioxide emissions. This kind of power is expensive. Solaric offers a better alternative because we believe in a clean and sustainable future. We deliver turnkey solar solutions that are simple, easy, and efficient – from solar panels to installation to maintenance. We are on a mission to turn on the sun – for everyone.
There are many ways to do solar, but only a few ways to do it right. At Solaric, we will train you so that you can understand and learn how to install solar the Solaric way. Our engineers and trainers have undergone industry-standard training with world-renowned solar experts and professionals, with thousands of installations under their belt. We go beyond theory and share with you the practical sizing and engineering practices that we see in the field. We brief you on common mistakes that you should avoid. Our courses are designed so that any novice or expert can capitalize on lessons learned. Our core belief is that the art and science of harnessing solar energy should be shared with all in a safe and comprehensive fashion.
Barely anybody is home in the daytime but you have a refrigerator, a couple fans, some lights, maybe a TV or some computers left plugged in. You could definitely use 2 solar panels on your roof to cancel out your daytime loads.
You have 1 or 2 fridges and a small (1 to 1.5hp) aircon on during the daytime, OR multiple fans, TV, lights, washing machines, ironing done during daytime. If your monthly bill is currently Php 12,000+/month this system may be for you!
Multiple refrigerators, daytime aircon, or a pool pump. Typically, households who install 3kWp systems have a monthly power bill of at least Php 15,000 & up to start out with, and with moderate daytime use of appliances.
Multiple fridges and multiple aircons on during the daytime, with heavy daytime use of appliances such as pumps, washing machines, vacuums, etc. If your power bill is over 20K/month, this may be for you.
All About Net Metering There is a program defined by the Department of Energy as the Net Metering scheme. In the Philippines, 100kWp solar panel systems are allowed to connect to the grid under the Net Metering program. According to the Renewable Energy Act of 2008, net metering is an incentive scheme carried out by …
The cost of going solar There are thousands of debates and as many misconceptions about solar and its costs. Since it is a relatively new power source in the Philippines, then solar energy education must be ongoing, so that the general population is given the privilege to understand solar power in its essence. The price …
SOLARIC Headquarters Showroom, Sales, & Solar Engineering: 2320 Pasong Tamo Ext. (Chino Roces Extension) Makati City, 1200 Philippines
Monday to Friday 7AM to 5PM. Saturdays 8AM to 3PM. From Alphaland on EDSA (Magallanes MRT) go towards Green Sun Hotel and the Bridgestone sign. We are towards the end of Pasong Tamo Ext, between the large BDO sign and the BMW dealership.
Solaric Warehouse Equipment pickups only 1120 JP Rizal Ave.
Brgy Guadalupe Viejo Makati City, Philippines
Monday to Friday 7AM to 5PM. Saturdays 8AM to 3PM From Rockwell Powerplant mall, go on JP Rizal Ave towards EDSA. We are next to CALTEX, big white gate