SOLAR POWERS THE BIGGEST COMPANIES IN THE WORLD – HOW ABOUT THE PHILIPPINES?

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SOLAR POWERS THE BIGGEST COMPANIES IN THE WORLD – HOW ABOUT THE PHILIPPINES?

Solar Digital Squad
Manila, Philippines
February 11, 2019

 

The biggest companies in the world are powered by solar
Senior executives of the biggest Fortune 500 companies in the world understand the crucial importance of taking advantage of solar and using renewable energy. These companies with green initiatives are environmentally efficient, and today’s eco-aware consumers are more likely to do business with them. Now is the perfect time to consider solar systems in the Philippines.

 

Which companies are green?

There are only two Fortune 500 companies that generate all its energy from renewable sources: Microsoft Corporation and Intel Corporation. Tech giant Microsoft Corporation, for example, is powered by solar and wind entirely, with an annual green power usage of 4,557,278,000 kWh. Intel, on the other hand, uses solar, wind, small hydro, geothermal, and biomass tech, with an annual green power usage of 4,152,034,623 kWh.

 

Let’s take a closer look

The world’s movie and TV episodes streaming giant, Netflix, has an unwavering commitment to sustainability. Netflix 198% more energy than it consumes, from solar, small hydro, geothermal, wind, biogas, and biomass. Kohl’s Department Stores generate 15% more energy than it consumes from solar and wind systems.

 

A car dealership in the Philippines that went solar

A car dealership, in efforts of their brand’s recognition of corporate sustainability and environmental awareness, installed rooftop solar. This translated to savings of Php1.2 Million each year. The financial rewards of the system were only an added benefit to what truly mattered most to them: going renewable and joining the biggest names in the world in their clamor for clean energy.

 

The solar trend in corporate

The corporate universe has an endless list of companies that are uncertain about going solar. Going solar was the clear-cut decision for Apple, Microsoft, Intel, and Netflix. So why shouldn’t it be for all the rest of the companies all over the planet? It’s time for the C&I sector to hop onboard and go renewable. There is no other option. In a country like the Philipines, a solar system is the way to go.

 

Solaric is the leader in rooftop solar

Solaric has established its name across the renewable industry as a proven and reputable rooftop solar leader. Backed by decades of experience, Solaric has installed more than 50% of residential rooftop solar in the Philippines and has delivered significant cost reductions in electricity expenses, as well as milestone contributions to a cleaner, greener, and renewable future. Solaric is now zoning in on corporate and industrial projects to offer them the same cost reductions. Solaric is the recognized leader in solar panel installations in the Philippines. The Solaric installers and engineers are well-known troubleshooting experts. They work hard to ensure that solar panel systems run efficiently and seamlessly, so that every single homeowner with rooftop solar can enjoy the benefits of clean and renewable power. Welcome to the new generation of solar and turning on the sun.

 

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Contact the solar experts

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For more information, please visit www.solaric.com.ph or email us at info@solaric.com.ph call 5040092 or 09178603141.

We will gladly explain to you how the system works, or schedule a survey so we can give you options for your new home or existing homes or businesses.

At Solaric, we Turn on the Sun.

 

Regina Rome is a solar analyst with the Solar Digital Squad Research.