Is your company ready to go solar energy in 2017?

Going green has been impressively proliferating in the Philippines. Renewable Energy (RE) has been the common solution to saving on cost of energy that the country’s growing economy demands. In light of this, various companies, schools and other private entities become more interested in installing solar rooftops.

For most companies and businesses, the fourth quarter of the year usually involves making plans for the upcoming year. Ways to reduce cost of electricity and the company’s carbon footprint are important considerations. However, there are several factors to consider when a company or business entity wants to install solar rooftops to buildings, offices, schools and homes.



Here are five things to consider:

1.       What size do you really need? RE companies will normally encourage their clients to maximize their solar PV facility based on how many solar panels will fit in your rooftop instead of what you need. In designing and determining the size, you need to assess first your energy consumption or hourly load and rooftop space to ensure you are not oversize or result to wastage
2.       Is the system installed designed properly? The number one priority for clients and solar energy companies is productivity and efficiency of the solar PV facility. PV systems is NOT plug and play!  Your solar rooftop facility is dependent on design of the system including ratio of the PV panels against the inverter, location of site, degradation, clearness index, daily radiation, angle of inclination, and where the facility is facing.
3.       What is the best business model for you? Going green and wanting to save on cost of energy obviously comes with a price. But the good news is that RE companies such as CleanTech Solar Rooftops gives clients several payment options. A unique and attractive option available only through Solar Rooftops by CleanTech is their Equipment Lease Agreement (ELA) business model which gives their clients the advantage of installing a solar rooftop system with zero cash out and a 20-year-lease payment scheme.

However, if you want to immediately have huge significant savings, then outright purchase though straight cash or financing is the best option.   You do need to consider the cost of maintenance and operations. 

4.       Is it the right time to go Solar?  Considering effect of climate change and that more than 50% of the Philippines’ electricity comes from coal and oil, now is the best time! Global technological developments on PV panels has started to slow down and looking at the value of money 5 years from now are good indications that now is the best time to go solar. 
5.       Who should you approach? —Solar Rooftops by CleanTech, a subsidiary of CleanTech Global Renewables is one of the best companies to work with, according to Dr. Sean White, a global expert on solar energy. “There are several solar renewable energy companies and they are all aiming to get the country more and more productive on energy and rely heavily on solar energy,” Dr. White said in a statement.
“CleanTech Solar Rooftops, one of the new ones, give a more professional and strategized approach because they truly value renewable energy and are trained on how to design solar PV facilities. ” Dr. White stressed. 

Solar Rooftop’s mission is to empower clients through information and provide opportunities to various commercial and industrial establishments to save the environment one rooftop at a time. They understand the needs and expectations of companies that is why they have standards from designing, installation, how to do preventive maintenance and SLAs for after sales support.

About CleanTech Solar Rooftops

CleanTech Solar Rooftops (CTSR) is a subsidiary of the Filipino energy company, CleanTech Global Renewables Inc. Launched in 2015, CTSR works by providing Renewable Energy to various commercial and industrial establishments to save the environment one rooftop at a time.

With experience and expertise built through the years both in the local and international arena, CTSR, headed by President and CEO Engr Aboy Castro and Head of Operations Melvin Consunji Nubla, brings into the Philippine power sector an efficient renewable energy project development and project management and operations.

True to its mission of empowering its clients by providing them opportunities to save on cost of energy, CTSR is a one-stop-shop, offering end-to-end renewable energy solutions from designing solar rooftops, implementing and sustaining them for the benefits of their clients.

In its commitment to the transformation of energy production and supply in the country by making use of clean energy technology, the company only partnered with premier and world-class energy brands like Canadian Solar, Jinko Solar, ABB, and Clenergy to name a few.

Furthermore, CTSR operates seamlessly and excellently as it recently built a 15MW solar plant in Bulacan, supported by an impressive 14 km transmission line. The company has achieved great heights and is assured to reach their goal to construct and operate a total of 500MW in the next 5 years.  

 For more information and to contact, visit www.solarrooftops.ph or call (632) 8315555.  

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October 28, 2016

Is your company ready to go solar energy in 2017?

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Going green has been impressively proliferating in the Philippines. Renewable Energy (RE) has been the common solution to saving on cost of energy that the country’s growing economy demands. In light of this, various companies, schools and other private entities become more interested in installing solar rooftops.

For most companies and businesses, the fourth quarter of the year usually involves making plans for the upcoming year. Ways to reduce cost of electricity and the company’s carbon footprint are important considerations. However, there are several factors to consider when a company or business entity wants to install solar rooftops to buildings, offices, schools and homes.



Here are five things to consider:

1.       What size do you really need? RE companies will normally encourage their clients to maximize their solar PV facility based on how many solar panels will fit in your rooftop instead of what you need. In designing and determining the size, you need to assess first your energy consumption or hourly load and rooftop space to ensure you are not oversize or result to wastage
2.       Is the system installed designed properly? The number one priority for clients and solar energy companies is productivity and efficiency of the solar PV facility. PV systems is NOT plug and play!  Your solar rooftop facility is dependent on design of the system including ratio of the PV panels against the inverter, location of site, degradation, clearness index, daily radiation, angle of inclination, and where the facility is facing.
3.       What is the best business model for you? Going green and wanting to save on cost of energy obviously comes with a price. But the good news is that RE companies such as CleanTech Solar Rooftops gives clients several payment options. A unique and attractive option available only through Solar Rooftops by CleanTech is their Equipment Lease Agreement (ELA) business model which gives their clients the advantage of installing a solar rooftop system with zero cash out and a 20-year-lease payment scheme.

However, if you want to immediately have huge significant savings, then outright purchase though straight cash or financing is the best option.   You do need to consider the cost of maintenance and operations. 

4.       Is it the right time to go Solar?  Considering effect of climate change and that more than 50% of the Philippines’ electricity comes from coal and oil, now is the best time! Global technological developments on PV panels has started to slow down and looking at the value of money 5 years from now are good indications that now is the best time to go solar. 
5.       Who should you approach? —Solar Rooftops by CleanTech, a subsidiary of CleanTech Global Renewables is one of the best companies to work with, according to Dr. Sean White, a global expert on solar energy. “There are several solar renewable energy companies and they are all aiming to get the country more and more productive on energy and rely heavily on solar energy,” Dr. White said in a statement.
“CleanTech Solar Rooftops, one of the new ones, give a more professional and strategized approach because they truly value renewable energy and are trained on how to design solar PV facilities. ” Dr. White stressed. 

Solar Rooftop’s mission is to empower clients through information and provide opportunities to various commercial and industrial establishments to save the environment one rooftop at a time. They understand the needs and expectations of companies that is why they have standards from designing, installation, how to do preventive maintenance and SLAs for after sales support.

About CleanTech Solar Rooftops

CleanTech Solar Rooftops (CTSR) is a subsidiary of the Filipino energy company, CleanTech Global Renewables Inc. Launched in 2015, CTSR works by providing Renewable Energy to various commercial and industrial establishments to save the environment one rooftop at a time.

With experience and expertise built through the years both in the local and international arena, CTSR, headed by President and CEO Engr Aboy Castro and Head of Operations Melvin Consunji Nubla, brings into the Philippine power sector an efficient renewable energy project development and project management and operations.

True to its mission of empowering its clients by providing them opportunities to save on cost of energy, CTSR is a one-stop-shop, offering end-to-end renewable energy solutions from designing solar rooftops, implementing and sustaining them for the benefits of their clients.

In its commitment to the transformation of energy production and supply in the country by making use of clean energy technology, the company only partnered with premier and world-class energy brands like Canadian Solar, Jinko Solar, ABB, and Clenergy to name a few.

Furthermore, CTSR operates seamlessly and excellently as it recently built a 15MW solar plant in Bulacan, supported by an impressive 14 km transmission line. The company has achieved great heights and is assured to reach their goal to construct and operate a total of 500MW in the next 5 years.  

 For more information and to contact, visit www.solarrooftops.ph or call (632) 8315555.  

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