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  • GOV'T AGENCY JOINS SOLAR BANDWAGON

    June 5, 2015

    The Procurement Service-Philippine Government Electronic Procurement System (PS-PhilGEPS) launched a 51.3-kilowatt peak rooftop solar facility in its main office in Paco, Manila.

    (Read more).
  • DBM procurement service goes solar

    June 5, 2015
    By Aurea Calica

    MANILA, Philippines - The Procurement Service-Philippine Government Electronic Procurement System (PS-PhilGEPS) of the Department of Budget and Management has gone solar.

    (Read more).
  • DBM is first govt agency to harness solar power

    June 4, 2015
    By Lenie Lectura

    SOLAR solutions provider Propmech Corp. has shelled out P6 million for solar-rooftop modules installed within the Procurement Service-Philippine Government Electronic Procurement System (PS-PhilGEPS) of the Department of Budget and Management (DBM), the first government agency to harness solar power.

    (Read more).
  • Electronic procurement service unit of DBM now the first solar-powered govt office

    June 4, 2015
    By Bea Montenegro

    The Procurement Service - Philippine Government Electronic Procurement System (PS-PhilGEPS) of the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) is now the first government office in the country to be powered by solar energy. Thursday, June 4, they launched their new 51.3 kWp grid system.

    (Read more).
  • PS-PhilGEPS launches first government solar project Wednesday

    June 3, 2015

    The Procurement Service-Philippine Government Electronic Procurement System (PS-PhilGEPS) will save as much as P50,000 on its electric bill every month when the 51.3-kilowatt peak (kWp) solar rooftop installed at the main office of the country's central procuring agency in Paco, Manila becomes operational today.

    (Read more).
  • ADB completes 2nd solar rooftop installation

    April 27, 2015

    Source: www.business.inquirer.net


    THE ASIAN Development Bank (ADB) has completed its second solar power rooftop project, contributing to the sustainability goal of the 48-year-old regional development bank.

    Solar power solutions provider Propmech Corp. has installed a 110.7-kilowatt (kW) solar photovoltaic (PV) system on the Third Atrium Building of the ADB's headquarters in Mandaluyong City.

    (Read more).

  • Propmech installs second solar power rooftop for ADB

    April 26, 2015

    Source: www.interaksyon.com


    MANILA – The Asian Development Bank (ADB) now has a second solar power rooftop.
    In a statement, Propmech Corporation said it installed the 110.7-kilowatt peak (kWp) photovoltaic system on the Third Atrium Building of the ADB's Manila headquarters.
    Propmech also installed the ADB's first solar rooftop – a 571.2-kWp facility built atop the Segment C Facilities block that was inaugurated on June 5, 2012.

    (Read more).

  • ADB's second solar-power rooftop completed

    April 25, 2015

    Source: www.businessmirror.com.ph


    A LEADING solar solutions provider has completed the second solar-power rooftop of the Asian Development Bank (ADB), contributing to the sustainability goal of the 48-year-old regional development bank.Located on the Third Atrium Building of the ADB's Manila Headquarters, the 110.7-kilowatt-peaks (kWp) solar photovoltaic (PV) system is another landmark project for Propmech Corp., providing solar energy to ADB whose offices are now powered by 100-percent renewable energy (RE).

    (Read more).

  • ADB installs second solar rooftop at HQ

    April 24, 2015

    Source: www.bworldonline.com


    THE ASIAN Development Bank (ADB) has expanded the rooftop solar facilities at its headquarters in Mandaluyong City, the supplier of the solar equipment said.

    The newly installed facility is located at the Third Atrium Building of ADB's headquarters, permitting all its offices to be 100%-powered by renewable sources.

    (Read more).

  • DOE sets sustainability, security goals for 2015

    By Iris C. Gonzales

    January 4, 2015

    www.philstar.com


    MANILA, Philippines - The Department of Energy (DOE) is committed to fulfilling its goal of achieving energy sustainability and security this year after laying the groundwork last year, Energy Secretary Carlos Jericho Petilla said in his 2014 yearend report.

    (Read more).

  • St. Scho joins list of solar power users

    By Iris C. Gonzales

    December 11, 2014

    www.philstar.com


    MANILA, Philippines - St. Scholastica's College (SSC) in Manila has joined the growing number of establishments that have installed solar panels in their buildings for their power requirements. In a ceremony yesterday, SSC turned a portion of its rooftop into a 96-kilowatt solar power facility that can generate 38.88 percent of the daily requirements of the school's St. Cecille Hall at 813 kilowatt-hours.

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  • St. Scho Energized by Solar Power

    December 11, 2014

    www.malaya.com.ph


    St. Scholastica's College (SSC) unveiled a 96 kilowatt peak (kWp) grid tied solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant in an effort to lower the cost of its electric consumption.

    A grid tied solar photovoltaic power system is an electricity generating system that is connected to the utility grid.

    (Read more).

  • After MLQ University, it's St. Scholastica's turn to go solar

    By Euan Paulo C. Antonuevo

    November 24, 2014

    www.interaksyon.com


    MANILA - Barely a week after installing a solar rooftop facility in Manuel L. Quezon University in Manila, Propmech Corp aims to inaugurate a similar facility in St. Scholastica's College by the end of the month. (Read more).

  • MLQU now Manila's first solar-powered university

    November 23, 2014


    MANILA, Philippines - Manuel L. Quezon University (MLQU) unveiled yesterday its newly-installed 96 kWp system and became the first university in Manila to use solar power.

    MLQU's system can power 28 percent of the school's daily energy needs. The amount offset will greatly reduce MLQU's monthly energy costs and save the equivalent of 720 trees. (Read more).

  • MLQU unveils solar power facility, the first in Manila

    November 19, 2014


    MANILA, Philippines - Manuel L. Quezon University (MLQU) unveiled yesterday its newly-installed 96 kWp system and became the first university in Manila to use solar power.

    MLQU's system can power 28 percent of the school's daily energy needs. The amount offset will greatly reduce MLQU's monthly energy costs and save the equivalent of 720 trees. (Read more).

  • Why DOE is urging Pinoy households to use solar energy in beating 2015 power crisis

    September 4, 2014


    The Department of Energy is encouraging Filipinos to use solar energy for household needs as the Philippines scrambles to stave off an energy crisis come summer of 2015.

    Energy Secretary Carlos Jericho Petilla is promoting the use of solar energy in private homes, not only to help avert a looming power crisis but also to help the Philippines achieve energy efficiency. (Read more).

  • Propmech, MLQU with DOE sign MOA for solar PV net-metering facility


    Last April 21, 2014, representatives from the Manuel L. Quezon University (MLQU), Department of Energy (DOE) and Propmech Corporation signed a memorandum of agreement at the DOE's office for the installation of solar PV net-metering facilities at MLQU.


    (Read more).

  • Asian Development Bank, Propmech Corporation launch ADB solar rooftop power plant


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    The Asian Development Bank (ADB) together with Propmech Corporation and distinguished guests inaugurated the ADB solar rooftop power plant as part of the events during the Asian Clean Energy Forum (ACEF) last June 4-8, 2012.


    The ACEF was jointly organized by USAID (United States Agency for International Development) and ADB in 2006 with the aim of sharing best practices in policy, technology, and finance to meet the region's climate and energy security challenges.


    (Read more).

  • Solar power firms fasttrack expansion


    Manila, Philippines - Propmech Corp. and Green Heat Corp., two integrated systems providers specializing in solar panels , are fasttracking their expansion in rural and urban areas. The firms want to tap far-flung areas for solar power generation and companies for the installation of solar panels in rooftops, officials said.

    "We are doing parallel efforts in marketing in rural and urban areas. There will be efforts to develop both markets," said Manuel Peter Solis, legal counsel of Propmech-Green Heat.


    (Read more).