Metro Manila, Philippines - Sobrang init season is here again! Aircons all over the country will be working overtime again in keeping us cool and comfortable. But what if we tell you that you can harness the unwavering Philippine sunlight and turn it into clean and free energy to power your aircons (and other appliances) all day?
The Philippines is a tropical country that experiences high temperatures and humidity levels, particularly during the summer months from March to May. As a result, air conditioning is a common and essential feature in homes and businesses throughout the country.
Tips for using air conditioners more efficiently in the Philippines:
Size your air conditioners properly. It's important to choose an air conditioner with the right capacity for the room size. A unit that's too small won't cool the room effectively, while a unit that's too large will waste energy and cost more to operate.
Set the temperature appropriately. A temperature setting of 24-26 degrees Celsius is recommended for optimal energy efficiency and comfort.
Close doors and windows. Keep doors and windows closed when using air conditioning to prevent warm air from entering the room and making the air conditioner work harder.
Use electric fans. Fans can help circulate cool air and make the room feel more comfortable. Turn them on along with your air conditioner for maximum effect.
Clean or replace air filters regularly. Dirty air filters can restrict airflow and reduce the efficiency of your air conditioner. Clean or replace them regularly to keep your system running smoothly.
Use curtains or shades. Use heavy blackout curtains or shades to block out sunlight during the hottest part of the day. This will help keep the room cool and reduce the workload on your air conditioner.
Schedule regular maintenance. Regular maintenance by a professional technician is essential to keep your air conditioner in good working order and prevent breakdowns.
By following these tips, you can use your air conditioner efficiently and effectively in the Philippines to stay cool and comfortable during the hot and humid summer months.
Drier weather means clear skies and longer days
The Philippine dry season usually means clear skies and 12 hours of sunlight per day, meaning solar panels have a longer time to harvest energy for your home or business. And with net metering, any excess energy that you do not consume during the day will be fed back into the grid and your local distribution utility will give you credits back on your electric bill. This means that you can potentially have unli-aircon all day with minimal effect on your grid consumption!
Our roofs keep us protected from the weather already, but it’s still wasted space. Installing high-quality solar panels for your very own solar energy system can make that space put into good use and work for you every day instead! With our high-quality mounting system, you can be assured that the panels are securely mounted on your roof even if typhoon season rolls over.
It's time - have your German solar system installed now and enjoy unli-aircon every summer (and even every day!)
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