It's the perfect time for renewable energy in the Philippines
During the course of 2020 and early 2021, people had experienced power outages at a time where energy is vital.
Since people work and study at home online, backlogs occur and classes are cancelled, which adds frustration to the hardship of using your own utilities. In the Philippines, the associated energy supply and security challenges have already prompted multi-sectoral, bipartisan calls for action to transform the country’s energy system.
Over 60% of the country’s population were forced to endure work from home and online classes. This year, with people returning to the offices or prompting to stay remote, they look into more options to save up on energy costs.
That’s where renewable energy comes in. We have different types of clean energy sources, the popular options include wind energy, hydroelectric energy, and solar power.
Out of the three renewable energy options, the most convenient and cost-efficient one is solar energy. Homeowners can install solar panels to absorb sunlight and convert it into electricity to power your home.
With solar power, power outages are out of the picture. No more missing out on deadlines or classes. You can experience the best possible investment for your home.
In fact, According to the World Economic Forum, citing numbers from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), every dollar invested in the clean energy transition provides 3-8 times the return.
When you invest in solar energy, you invest in sustainability. It’s a principle everyone should value to preserve the next generation.
For a cleaner, brighter tomorrow in the Philippines, solar power is the way to go.
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