Metro Manila, Philippines - With rising electricity rates and modern solar systems being more affordable than previous decades, doing nothing is usually more expensive than going solar. Solar allows you to reduce your carbon footprint, offset your monthly electric bills, and increase your energy independence.
If you have been thinking about getting solar, here are five things to know before getting a rooftop solar system installed:
Rooftop solar is an investment - A German solar system for your home or business will reduce your electricity costs, but there is no denying that it initially costs a pretty penny. But with PHILERGY's flexible payment options, solar is the number one investment you can make with secured 15-20% payback per year! As you save thousands off your monthly electricity bill, you will soon recover your initial investment on your PHILERGY German Solar system in no time. Moreover, our tropical sun gives us about 12 hours of daylight every day, making a solar energy system in the Philippines the most efficient in generating free energy.
Roof position and roof material - PHILERGY can cater to all roof material using our high-quality German solar mounting system, securely installed with its special zero leak technology and can withstand strong typhoon winds that regularly hit the country in accordance with Philippine wind code NSCP 2015. Our solar engineers will also assess your available roof space for optimal panel position to maximize their exposure to the sun at all hours of the day.
Rooftop solar is more than the panels - A complete solar energy system consists of panels on a mounting system to secure them on your roof or deck, an inverter that converts DC to AC that you can use in your building grid, and solar cables to connect everything together to power your house with clean energy from the sun. Similar to an IV insertion into a vein, a solar energy system is tapped into the entire building’s electric grid,not just select appliances.
Look beyond the pricetag - It is important to carefully choose your solar energy system supplier. Solar panels generally last a long time, but it is still important to ensure extensive warranties offered not only on the panels but for the other solar components as well. From solar panels and inverters to roof mounting systems right down to the cables, PHILERGY supplies German solar components of the highest quality standards available worldwide for the Philippine market. Each component 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.
Learn how to be a solar super user - The more solar energy you can use at home while it is being generated, the more value you can get from your rooftop solar system instead of exporting excess electricity generated by your system to the grid. This means shifting energy-heavy chores to the daytime, while the sun is at its highest, usually between 10AM and 2PM. Any excess solar energy generated will be sold back to the utility, earning you credits on your bill that can lower your bill further through net metering.
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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.