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Solar power users may sell excess eletricity www.mb.com.ph

Solar power users in residential, commercial or industrial sectors can now sell surplus electricity generatedby their solar photovoltaic (PV) systems as the net-metering program takes full effect in the country. (Read more)..

January 04, 2014
Solar power users may sell excess eletricity www.philstar.com

MANILA, Philippines - Solar power users may now sell their excess electricity from their solar photovoltaic systems with the net-metering program already in effect, solar power provider Propmech Corp. announced over the weekend.

This comes as a welcome development to electricity consumers on the back of the tiered-increase to be implemented within the first quarter of the year. (Read more).
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December 23, 2013
Solar power provider pushes for net metering program www.businessmirror.com.ph

SOLAR power users can now sell surplus electricity generated by their solar photovoltaic (PV) systems as the net-metering program takes full effect in the country, solar power provider Propmech Corp. said.
Net metering allows consumers who own renewable energy (RE) facilities to use electricity whenever needed while contributing excess production to the grid. (Read more).
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December 22, 2013
Let there be light–in remote barangays www.businessmirror.com.ph

For city dwellers, living without electricity is unthinkable. From sunup to sundown, practically everything people do is powered by electricity. Without it, their quality of life and livelihood would drastically change. It's no surprise then that they complain no end when a brownout happens.

So imagine how residents of remote barangays in the country live with no steady source of electricity or no power at all because power lines cannot make it to their areas due to terrains and distance. (Read more)
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February 2, 2013
Tap Solar Power to Save Money, Environment Manila Bulletin

From recycling to using earth-friendly materials and efficient energy consumption, there are now a lot of ways to minimize not only one's carbon footprint, but also save on electricity cost. (Read more).

December 9, 2012
Here comes the sun: How you can save from solar power The Philippine Star

The awareness and push to go green have been greater than ever, thanks to the collective effort of companies, organizations, and the media.

From recycling to using earth-friendly materials to efficient energy consumption, there are now myriad ways to minimize not only one's carbon footprint, but also to save money. (Read more)
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December 6, 2012
How solar power can help businesses remain competitive The Philippine Daily Inquirer

While the government and private sector look for viable short- and long-term solutions to the country's steep electricity cost, the second-highest in Asia due mainly to generation charges, businesses and even homes can take alternative paths to remain competitive. (Read more).

December 1, 2012
Tap solar power to save money, environment The Philippine Star

From recycling to using earth-friendly materials to efficient energy consumption, there are now myriad ways to minimize not only one's carbon footprint, but also save on electricity cost. (Read more).

November 18, 2012
Propmech expects 50% sales hike Business Mirror GROWING public awareness and interest on solar photovoltaic (PV) systems and dropping costs of solar panels are expected to boost Propmech Corp.'s sales volumes this year, Helen Tong, the company's chief operating officer, told reporters on Thursday (Read more). June 22, 2012
Propmech sees 50% hike in solar panel installations Malaya Local systems integrator Propmech Corp. is expecting the volume of its solar panel installation to grow 50 percent this year, which would hopefully increase its income by 20 percent, according to Helen Tong, Propmech's chief operating officer. June 21, 2012
Solar power firms fasttrack expansion www.philstar.com Propmech Corp. and Green Heat Corp., two integrated systems providers specializing in solar panels, are fasttracking their expansion in rural and urban areas. June 22, 2012
More solar panel installations seen www.bworldonline.com A SOLAR panel installation firm expects to do more business in the country amid rising interest in the alternative power source, an official said on Thursday. (Read more). June 22, 2012
Rooftop solar power project launched to prove viability www.bworldonline.com THE ASIAN Development Bank (ADB) said yesterday it expects solar power capacity in the Philippines to reach up to 115 megawatts (MW) by next year, as it launched yesterday its solar rooftop facility to prove the viability of this renewable energy thrust. June 5, 2012
ADB to inaugurate solar rooftop power project today www.philstar.com The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will inaugurate its solar rooftop power project today as part of the week-long Asian Clean Energy Forum (ACEF). June 5, 2012
ADB opens $100-M facility for solar rooftop projects www.philstar.com The Asian Development Bank (ADB) plans to participate in the installation of numerous solar rooftops in commercial and industrial buildings locally. June 6, 2012
ADB sees need for more renewable energy in Asia Pacific region www.philstar.com With energy demand projected to almost double in the Asia-Pacific region by 2030, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) said that there is an urgent need to find renewable sources to generate power while at the same time reducing harmful greenhouse gas emissions. June 6, 2012
ADB pioneers rooftop solar power facility in Manila www.interaksyon.com Officials of the Asian Development Bank on Tuesday inaugurated a solar power installation atop the 20-year old main building of the lender's headquarters in Ortigas. June 6, 2012