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Here's Why Making Your House Solar-Powered is a Good Long-Term Investment

Trina Solar is rolling out a "plug-and-play solution" to easily install a solar power system into your home

According to a Pulse Asia survey conducted in June 2018, 60 percent of Filipino adults are not satisfied with the prices of electricity in the country. Not surprising, as electricity rates in the Philippines are one of the most expensive in Asia, ...

by Lorenzo Kyle Subido for Esquire Philippines  | December 29, 2018 08:00:00
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Rex group powers printing operations with solar energy

The 60-year-old-plus book printing icon becomes the first in its sector to go solar

 You know you have truly been a Filipino student if during your long years of study, you have encountered at least one textbook that carried the crown and letter logo of a Rex book.Rex Book Store Inc., the flagship company of the ...

by Entrepreneur Staff  | October 12, 2016 06:00:00
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Kick start your day, June 2: Leandro Leviste firm to build solar panel plant

The 22-year-old says the facility will be completed in 3 years. Plus, Miriam Defensor Santiago thanks supporters praying for her recovery.

One of the world’s largestLocal solar energy developer Solar Philippines has unveiled plans to build one of the world’s largest solar panel factories in Tanauan, Batangas.Related: How 22-year-old Leandro Leviste is taking risks with solar energyThe facility—which will be completed in three ...

by Entrepreneur Staff  | June 02, 2016 09:00:00
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Kick start your day, March 30: Robinsons malls invest in solar panels

Plus, Meralco explains the pending power hike in April.

SOLAR POWERED. Robinsons malls take a big step towards becoming a producer of solar power for self-consumption. Photo from Flick r/ Lester ShihRobinsons Land Corporation (RLC) is set to be the biggest producer of solar power for self-consumption in the local real ...

by Entrepreneur Staff  | March 30, 2016 08:00:00
Business Ideas

How Emma Imperial is making solar power and housing affordable

(UPDATED) 'A woman's innovative idea can change the world, and you cannot take that away from her,' says the female CEO of Imperial Homes Corporation.

GONE SOLAR. Emma Imperial of Imperial Homes Corporation wants mass housing communities to also be fully powered by solar energy. (UPDATED) “I've not yet seen a woman that is one of the biggest developers in the country, most of them are men,” quipped ...

by Toni Antiporda  | March 13, 2016 05:00:00
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5 innovative uses of solar power

More than just lighting up communities, solar power has more to offer.

Solar energy is finding its way into innovations big and small all over the world. Here is a glance at some of the ways the technology is making an impact in a wide range of industries, ranging from architecture to animal conservation.Related: How ...

by Nina Zipkin  | March 09, 2016 01:00:00
Business Ideas

How 22-year-old Leandro Leviste is taking risks with solar energy

See how Senator Loren Legarda's son is changing the game through his solar energy company Solar Philippines, thus landing him on Forbes' 30 Under 30 Asia maiden list.

STARTING YOUNG. "Have the conviction that you know something that no one else does," says Leandro Leviste, the 22-year-old founder and CEO of solar energy company Solar Philippines. Photo from PhilNews.phAt 22-years-old, Leandro Leviste has already figured out he did not want ...

by Johanna Poblete  | February 27, 2016 05:00:00
Startup Tips

Work with nature

Climate change is upon us, and adapting ourselves to the situation is the only way we can sustain our way of life.

In recent years, governments and businesses around the world have implemented environmentally aware practices to lessen the negative impact of human activity on the climate. Some, however, say that while they believe in going green, it’s just too expensive or takes too ...

by Dante Gagelonia  | February 06, 2015 12:00:00
Startup Tips

Power up

Hapinoy Solar Charging offers renewable energy solution through partner sari-sari stores in rural areas.

Not all sari-sari stores are created equal. If you happen to see one equipped with solar-charging panels, then it’s sure to be a Hapinoy Solar Charging Station.Sari-sari stores, which sell varied goods, can be “transformed into a change agent that serves as ...

by Eileen Ang  | January 14, 2015 12:00:00
Startup Tips

Let there be (solar) light

Meet Jaime Ayala (not the tycoon). He is determined to power up the sitios and raise the standard of living of millions of Filipinos especially those in rural areas.

Photo: Heidi AquendeThis story was originally published in the August 2014 issue of Entrepreneur magazine. Subscribe to the print or digital version here. ...

by Maricris Carlos  | December 02, 2014 11:00:00
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