FAQ

1. How does the environment benefit from solar energy technology?

Going solar reduces greenhouse gas emissions, such as carbon, that are leading contributors to global warming and decreased air quality. Generating electricity with solar installations produces clean and free energy.

 

2. What are the financial advantages of going solar?

Installing a solar energy system on your property will help cutdown cost on your electricity bill, protect you from future electricity rate hikes, and increases your property value.

 

3. How feasible are solar power systems in the country?

The Philippines enjoys a sizeable amount of sunshine—with the sun's radiation we can generate as much as 4.5 to 5.5 kWh per square meter per day. With that, every household and company with solar installations across the country can utilize the sun's power and satisfy their electricity demand by themselves.

 

4. What is net-metering?

Net-metering is the first non-fiscal incentive program under the Renewable Energy Act of 2008. With net-metering, you only pay for the electricity that you use beyond what your solar panels can generate.

 

5. How do solar photovoltaic (PV) panels work?

Solar panels take in the sun's energy during the day and convert it into direct current (DC) electricity. Most homes and bussinesses run on alternating current (AC) electricity, thus the DC electricity is first passed through an inverter to convert it to usable AC electricity.

 

6. Do my solar panels work on cloudy days or at night?

Your solar energy system works best during daylight hours as the amount of power it can generate is dependent on sunlight. As an effect, your solar panels will produce slightly less energy when the weather is cloudy, and no energy at night.

 

7. Can I afford to go solar?

Solaready Inc. has different solar financing options. Give us a call and we will arrange the best solar plan within your budget.

 

8. How can I get a quick estimate of my solar savings?

Solaready Inc. will do it for you. Just provide us with your property address, your property type (Residential, Commercial, or Industrial) and your average monthly electric bill.  Estimates are based on your roof size and orientation, electricity bill, and actual offers in your area.

 

9. How long will my solar power system last?

Solar panels are generally durable and  designed to withstand even extreme weather. Strategic positioning is also considered to make it not susceptible to strong winds during typhoons. The various parts of your solar power system may need to be replaced at different times, but the system should continue to generate electricity for 25 to 35 years.

 

10.  Why go solar with Solaready Inc.?

It is important that the solar installer is certified, licensed and insured, have relevant experience, and can provide references. You don't need to look further, Solaready Inc. is a team of reliable PV professionals and is headed by Mr. Robert Lopez Puckett himself, the pioneer of clean and renewable energy in the Philippines. Mr. Puckett's solid credentials on solar power over the years place Solaready Inc. as the trusted provider and distributor of solar installations in the country.