Energy & Environment

Amidst Pandemic; Filipino's Are Panic Buying Solar

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( | Press Release | 2020-04-27 09:04:20 )
Surge of inquiries among Filipinos about the Solar Panel is definitely booming in the middle of a pandemic. Having to save up electricity is vital especially this 2020, means of food are running out, hoarders are jam-packed inside the supermarket and shortage of electricity is rotational these days because of an ongoing lockdown to protect themselves in this COVID-19 era.

The rise of your monthly bill is ongoing whether to delay or to advance the payment so is the sun. Solar will continue to power. Solar is one of those certainties.

“During this economic downturn and following the recent natural disasters that have bombarded this part of the world recently, I’m beginning to realize that consumers are seeking out lifestyles that are smarter, greener, and future-proof,” said Mike De Guzman, President and CEO of Solaric Corp.

“With us Filipinos on lockdown, many of us are isolated at home, using more energy than usual. Either we contribute to a better world by using renewable sources of energy, or we don’t.” via

This summer, in hot and humid Philippines, consumers and businesses are exploring ways to future-proof their savings, their homes, their businesses. People are worried about conserving energy, being more aware of their financial capability, of the products they buy, their necessities, their means of transportation, their social interactions. With a solar panel system, clients pay off their system in five years or less. Then they profit from it, which means they enjoy the power generated by their system for free.

In the midst of the Coronavirus global outbreak, while the rest of the world is only now beginning to take a hit from the pandemic, China, where the virus originated, is now recovering. Production of solar panels from manufacturers in China has already resumed.

At Solaric, we appeal to Filipino sensibilities of approachability, service and value. Before we give a quotation, we learn how you use energy. We determine the best ways to maximize your return on a hard-earned investment. We present different strategies to ensure that you achieve your solar goals. We want to ensure reduced expenses and increased savings so that you make that one-time wise business and environmental investment. We always do our best to deliver fast, efficient, and thorough customer service. We are in the business of not just selling solar panels – but also enabling solar-powered lifestyles. With this, we want to provide endless satisfaction by delivering Solaric Service Satisfaction, ranging from permanent reduction of electric bills to the ultimate ZERO bill.

Now, the modernization is at bay, Solaric has established its name across the renewable industry as a proven and reputable rooftop solar leader. Backed by decades of experience, Solaric has installed more than 50% of residential rooftop solar in the Philippines and has delivered significant cost reductions in electricity expenses, as well as milestone contributions to a cleaner, greener, and renewable future. We want every Filipino to enjoy the benefits of clean and renewable power. Welcome to the new generation of solar and turning on the sun.

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