All about solar
Solar panels in the Philippines is gaining traction in the market. This even caught on with an individual from the younger generation. A video posted on the social media platform Facebook features Miggy, a 6-year-old, who talks to his viewers about Grid Tie Solar. This witty boy begins the video by explaining how solar is the most abundant power on earth. He elaborates to say that it is the most important source of energy, because it is clean, safe, and renewable. As animated graphics appear, Miggy goes on to explain that solar energy can be changed to power using photovoltaic (PV) cells. When the sun hits the module, the module converts the sun’s energy into electricity. The infographics and animations shown in the video make it easy and simple for all to understand the very basic principles of solar power and solar panels.
All about grid tie
“Now, we’re going to talk about the grid tie system. Why? Because it’s the best solution,” grins Miggy. “The grid tie connects the solar with the grid. The grid tie uses solar as the first priority power.” In a straightforward, matter-of-fact manner, Miggy stipulates the essence of grid tie: that it blends grid power with solar power.
“What about when it’s raining?” Miggy asks his viewers. “When it’s raining, you get your power from Meralco,” he grins. “When it’s night time, you don’t have solar, so you get power from Meralco.”
And now there’s net metering
“Now then, let’s talk about net metering. When you produce more power than you can consume, then you can export the excess power. Don’t you know you can get paid for it? It’s called net metering. The utility company, or Meralco, has a net metering program.”
Grid tie is automatically synchronized, it is most efficient, fastest return on investment, and requires no batteries. With a grid tie system, you can be a producer and consumer of power. If you export so much power, the electric bill can go down so low.
At this point, Miggy repeatedly says “low” and snaps the 20-thousand peso bill amount away, in true style and fashion similar to that of Thanos.
The video ends with Miggy making a call to action: call Solaric and install a grid tie system.
Why the nation is now clamoring for solar
The number one reason that Filipinos are now inclined to using solar panels in the Philippines is because it has become affordable and cost effective. The cost of solar panels has decreased to more than 70% in the past decade. If you are environmentally aware and understand the benefits of clean, safe, sustainable and renewable energy, then now is the best time to consider installing solar panels on the roof of your home and business. The solar panel system will make your home or business energy efficient, reduce your carbon footprint, and increase the property value of your home or business.
Turn on the sun
Solaric has established its name across the renewable industry as a proven and reputable rooftop solar leader. Solaric has installed more than 50% of residential rooftop solar, and remains the number one choice for corporate and industrial solar projects in the Philippines. Call Solaric at 0917.860.3141 or 0908.377.5577 or 5040092, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.solaric.com.ph for more details.