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5 Reasons Why German Solar is the Best Investment for your Home in the Philippines | PHILERGY

5 Reasons Why German Solar is the Best Investment for your Home in the Philippines | PHILERGY

Quezon City, Philippines Whether a new construction or buying secondhand, making a house a home means additional expenses aside from the outright price of the house itself. Getting a German solar system might seem like further cost, but here are five benefits you might want to consider for the best investment for your home:


Cut thousands off your electric bill

Your electric bill will be your constant cost burden in your home-owning life, and having a solar energy system with net metering will significantly cut your electric bill down, saving you thousands every month.

Be independent from rising electricity rates

The Philippines has one of Asia’s most expensive and fastest increasing electricity rates. Be protected from these annual price hikes by generating your own clean energy right from your roof.

Help out your neighborhood’s grid

Grid-tied solar energy system owners are actually subsidizing their neighbors who are solely relying on the grid. Homes with solar distributed generation are making it so utility companies don't have to make as many infrastructure investments, while at the same time solar shaves down peak demands when electricity is the most expensive.

Add value to your home

This might be your starter home or this might be you forever home. Still, it won’t hurt in adding value to one of your biggest investments whether or not you decide to sell in the future.

Reduce your carbon footprint

Why not start off your new life in your new home on the right foot? Reduce your dependence on dirty, finite sources of energy. One solar panel can neutralize carbon dioxide emissions of up to 42 cars that drive five kilometers per day.


Why German Solar is the Best Investment for your Home

Of course, all these benefits hinge on the quality of the actual solar energy system. While most systems are cheaper upfront, they can end up having a higher total cost due to repairs down the line or the system just breaking down within a few years and not getting you the proper return on investment.

From solar panels, solar inverters, to roof mounting systems, and right down to the cables, PHILERGY supplies German solar solutions of the highest quality standards available worldwide for the Philippine market. Each technology is widely certified, made in Germany, equipped with warranties of up to 30 years and proven to outperform in the Philippine landscape in hundreds of cases.

Now is the perfect time to push through with your plans of generating your own clean energy without the high initial investment barrier - PHILERGY German Solar offers flexible, easy financing options with no collateral and no additional fees! And now, you can get your own German Solar system on an installment basis of up to 12 months 0% interest with BPI, HSBC, Chinabank, and Citi credit cards. Straight payments also available for all Visa, Mastercard, JCB, and Unionpay cards - as well as Alipay and WeChat Pay.

5 Reasons Why German Solar is the Best Investment for your Home in the Philippines | PHILERGY


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PHILERGY German Solar Philippines is your reliable, high-quality solar energy installer, solar power system, and solar panel supplier in the Philippines with German-made solar equipment combined with experienced German Solar engineering. All installations come with up to 30 years warranty for homes and businesses, and options for flexible solar financing without collateral and additional fees. We are the nation’s top solar company with headquarters, office, and showroom in Manila, Philippines with German management and German head solar engineers setting top-of-the-line solar standards.

All our solar energy systems are customized according to every client's needs via free expert solar consultation and professional onsite analysis and are installed by trained teams that are headed by at least 1 German engineer with over 20 years of solar experience.

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