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Showing posts with label Installation of solar power. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Installation of solar power. Show all posts

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Easy to Install Solar Power with 3 Lights and Phone Charger for Only P1,000

This solar power that is worth a thousand pesos comes with a 9V DC Input, and a built in 6Vah rechargeable sealed lead acid battery with a voltage range from 110V to 240V, 50/60Hz. 

This model product is MorganStar GDlite Solar Lighting System ideal for some of us who live or with relatives who live up in the mountain or to places where electricity is not yet available. You can easily purchase the item via Lazada without paying because you can have it delivered, and pay it cash on delivery. 

Watch a Filipino family unboxing the solar power system.

CLICK THE LINK BELOW IF YOU WANT TO BUY THIS ITEM FOR P999. No need to pay online. Just order and pay when they deliver into your house and pay only the exact amount of P999.

Yes, you can order even you are abroad, and you don't need to pay right away. You or your family can pay the item/s upon delivery.
The box comes with the following:
1 x Solar Panel 
3 x Bulb 
1 x LED Torch 
1 x Universal Charger 
1 x Solar Led Light Rechargeable Hand Lamp

 There are other items available with different styles and designs, and other higher wattage and specifications depending on your needs. 

Note, we are not in anyway, affiliated to the seller or the company selling the product. We only provide information for others to know, and product quality is not guaranteed. Visitors and those interested buyers are requested to verify the product featured on this post.
Watch the video below how she set-up her small simple solar system.



"This video shows a solar energy setup here in Manila, Philippines. There are three 40 watt panels, a 10 watt panel and a 5 watt panel. Suitable for charging devices, lighting and much more. The 5 watt panel either runs a USB fan or charges a 1.7Ah Lithium-ion battery.

The 10 watt panel charges a 7Ah deep cycle battery which runs a raspberry pi connected to ethernet. The 3x40 watt panels (120 watt total) charge a 100 Ah solarmaster (motolite brand) battery which I use for charging gadgets like phones, tablets and the kind of thing. I also have a 500 watt inverter connected so I could potentially run pretty much any household item in an emergency situation."

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How To Start Solar Power Installation In Your Home

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Pag-Ibig Offers Solar Power Loan

One of the ways where our homes can use green energy, or energy that is clean, safe and cost efficient is having solar panel installed in your own homes.  

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2-Day Solar Power Installation Course To Help You Start Your Own Solar Power Installation Business

They offer a two-day-course on solar power intallation, the Solar 101 and 202

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Saturday, August 13, 2016

2-Day Solar Power Installation Course To Help You Start Your Own Solar Power Installation Business

With the very high cost of electricity, more and more houses in the Philippines are trying to be self-sustaining by using alternative energy just like solar power. 

However setting up the solar power system of your home is not cheap. Aside from the high  solar panel cost and other materials needed for the installation, installation cost is also pricey. But of course, if you plan to supply the power cost of your entire household, you have to hire professionals to properly install the solar power system in your household in order to have safe and reliable power source. 

You might also want to read: How To Start Solar Power Installation For Your Home


Still there are those who prefer to learn and know how the solar power system works. Not only could this save you a lot of money, but learning and getting professional certification could also be another way of starting a solar power installation business. And what better way of promoting a new business by using your own home as model of your work. 


There are several short online courses for solar power installation that could actually help you install the solar power system in your own house by yourself or diy, 

Check here for the list of other Solar Power Installation Courses taught by experts  in solar power installation trained from Germany and USA.

One of the leading solar power installer /contractor, and dealer of solar panels in the Philippines,  Solaric Philippines,  is actually offering Solar Power Installation Courses with certification. 

They offer a two-day-course on solar power intallation, the Solar 101 and 202

What covers Solar Power Installation Course 101 and 202?  

The course covers the following:  
  •  the mechanics on how to integrate solar panels to any electrical system- from Ice plants to a small residential project. 
  • Salient details on how solar power works, 
  • Computation for return on investment;  and
  •  things to watch out for when installing high powered solar systems.

"We setup our Solar 101 course with input from experienced solar installers around the world and practical experience in doing hundreds of rooftops in the Philippines yet be comprehensible to the common man, business man and appreciable to even the most seasoned electrical engineer.

Solar 202 is for people who want to go to the next step and get into the boots of an installer for a day, wiring up live systems and watch the electric meter spin backwards with our ERC approved grid tie methods.
Graduates of 202 are then given full access to our arsenal of Solaric tested and approved materials such as Tier 1 Solar panels, offgrid and grid tie inverters, lithium and non lithium batteries at industry insider rates to grow their business."

Who usually attends the Solar Power Installation Course/ seminar? 

     Anyone can enroll and attend the course, like businessmen, energy executives, solar farm designers, energy companies, home owners, enthusiasts, entrepreneurs who want to be well informed and other solar companies...
     If you are serious in getting solar and want to know more before spending thousands of pesos it is advisable to attend this course. 


How does attending the course help me get into solar power installation business?  

Aside from the knowledge that you will acquire upon completion of the course, and the certification that will give you credential.

According to Solaric, " There are discount vouchers worth magnitudes more than the entrance fee and attendees of the 202 workshop are privy to installer rates for key materials if they so decide to get into the business.

We help you avoid costly mistakes on common "palpak" builds we see in the field, and teach you how to make the most of current technology and capitalize on MERALCO net metering programs to your advantage and if you are already in the Solar business, how to get your project approved by City Hall and the elusive net metering by building them strong, right and safe in our Solar 202 class.
How much is the course?

Event costs Php 5,000 per day and is divided into two segments Solar 101 and Solar 202. Certificate of completion, hot meals and chances to win great prizes on the raffle table are included.

Where do we register for the course and what is the contact details?

For more information or to register in Solar 101 and Solaric Philippines 202 please go to or call 504 0092.

or visit them on their facebook page

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Thursday, March 17, 2016

How To Start Solar Power Installation In Your Home

As solar power becomes more popular, more homes are starting to adapt and install their own solar panel and it is now becoming evident even in Philippines. The use of solar power is not only good for the environment, but in many ways it is very practical. It is cheaper, and is a good form of investment.

However there are still some who are hesitant to rely solely on solar power since Philippines has very unpredictable weather, and during rainy season which is typically from June to November, solar panels generate less power which might not be enough to supply for the needs of your home. 
Meralco actually has a program called "net metering system. Through this, you can sell excess power during summer and use it as credit for your bill during rainy season. This will also serve as a back up in case problems arise with your solar power system or if the power supply is not enough for the household use, you could opt to use your solar power during day time and use Meralco Grid at night. By combining your net metering with the Peak/Off Peak program or POP instead of charging you the same rate for electricity,  Meralco will charge you at a lower rate for night-time consumption.

How do you start with solar installation?

  • First, choose the right solar provider
    Select a supplier who has good track record, reliable after-sales service and is knowledgeable in standards for safety. Some of the known solar providers are Solaric, Meister Solar, and many other companies that you probably know already. This is the time to make your own research, ask friends or anyone who has installed solar power system in their household. 

    • Discuss with them the power need of your home
    • Solar power is not that cheap and you don't want to over-spend on something that is more than what you really need. 
    • Check electric/power calculator  to know total KW usage of all your appliances. 
    Identify what type of installation best suits your needs.
    Will you be using solar power to power up certain appliances only or do you want it to also supply for the entire power requirement of your house. Just like when you are building your house, these must be planned. You can discuss this with the solar provider before they install your solar panels.

    Talk to your provider regarding the safety and reliability.
    Improper installation can cause electrical, and fire hazard  or damage your property. 

    Solar Power Installation Courses:

    If you would like to learn and do it yourself, here are some Solar Power Installation Courses in the Philippines. Most of these courses are taught by experts and leaders trained from Germany and USA.

     Moreover, you might learn from the following video on how to install your own off grid solar power:
    PART 1

    PART 2

    PART 3

    PART 4

    PART 5

    PART 6

    PART 7