September 22, 2017 — Solar Philippines is now the first Filipino company to win Power Company of the Year at the Asian Power Awards, the region’s most prestigious awards known as “the Oscars of the power industry”.
September 16, 2017 — Having spent its first four years serving shopping malls and residents of urban areas like Metro Manila, Solar Philippines has vowed to shift its focus to serve the poorest Filipinos in rural areas.
August 25, 2017 — Solar Now Over 30% Cheaper Than Grid Power and Fossil Fuel
July 21, 2017 — The Philippines will soon become one of the world’s leading exporters of solar panels. At the sidelines of IBC Asia’s Power and Electricity Week, Solar Philippines President Leandro Leviste noted the company will soon begin exporting solar panels worth ov
July 05, 2017 — Solar Philippines has submitted to the country’s electric utilities a plan to lower consumer rates by 30% by replacing all planed coal plants with Solar-Battery farms.
July 04, 2017 — Solar Philippines has submitted a 5,000-megawatt solar plan to replace all planned coal plants with solar-battery farms to reduce consumer rates by up to 30 percent. Solar Philippines has submitted a 5,000-megawatt solar plan to replace all planned coal
July 03, 2017 — The 5,000-megawatt rollout plan of Solar Philippines is out to challenge the prevailing energy mix of the country, with lower cost proposition and battery storage back-up being succor to the offers lodged to distribution utilities.
July 03, 2017 — SOLAR PHILIPPINES Power Project Holdings, Inc. has offered to replace all planned coal-fired power plants with solar farms equipped with battery storage in a move that it expects to significantly cut electricity rates.
July 02, 2017 — Solar Philippines President Leandro Leviste said his company submitted to the country’s electric utilities a plan to lower consumer rates by 30 percent, by replacing all planned coal plants with solar-battery farms.
April 06, 2017 — A local solar company believes that making solar panels available to Filipinos through leasing contracts will make renewable energy more accessible in the Philippines.