Only 240 Megawatt lacking

National Grid Corporation of the Philippines

3 Responses

  1. stevensanph says:

    You CAN give away your electric. There is a ERC directive that says providers must allow net metering.

    However, given the issues I am having with getting Meralco to understand this, I am sure your local company will be even more clueless.

    It is a shame – a couple of thousand solar panels on roofs across the islands would solve the power issues.

  2. waebi says:

    I know 3 suppliers of solar power equipment:
    – Meister Solar, http://www.meister-solar.com, Texas Street, Angeles City
    – Circuits and Beads, Hayes Street, Cagayan de Oro City
    – Solar Systems, http://solarsystemsphilippines.com/, Unit 505-506, Sugbutel Building
    S. Osmena Blvd. Cebu City

    Currently I have 4 panels at 100Wp. They are serial/parallel to get 24V. The wiring is 6 and 8 mm2, car wires. I am not grid tied, but start to share with neighbors. I am converting 2kW AC for small appliances, the rest goes DC to some 90 LED lamps (3 to 8 LED spots and stripes). Currently I am at 60 kPHP costs (without lamps).

    This installation is a test. If it is successful and more neighbors are interested, then we’ll go up to some kilowatts.

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