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PostPosted: Mon Sep 26, 2011 1:49 pm    Post subject: SOLAR??? Reply with quote

...where's the job or business opportunity here?
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 27, 2011 6:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote



Ang Kalapit ko po ay si Mr Ramil Cueto sya po ang Inventor ng nasa itaas nakabase po sya ngayon sa China...isa po sya naimbitahan ng Philippine Embassy as one of Buhay na Bayani sa China last Saturday para po sa programa ng Pasuguan na Pinoy Ako Children's Camp September 24, 2011

Kung sakali po na meron na gustong umorder ng ganitong sistema ay pwede po kayong makipagtrasaksyon sa kanya at meron na po sya jan email address at tel at yan po ang oportunidad marketing and sales sigurado po kapag may alam kayong malaking company na gusto nito ay malaking pera po ang magiging involve....kaya po nyang gumawa ng solar na makakapagsupply ng electric power para 100 kabahayan...pagkakasabi po nya sa akin ay 7$ per watt.

With Mr R. Cueto permission Ipinost ko po dito baka lang po may intresado na magkaroon kayo ng sarili nyong solar para sa kaingin nyo....o baka rin may kakilala kayo na gustong bumili pera po yan.

Salamat Po

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 27, 2011 1:46 pm    Post subject: Business opportunity Reply with quote

..ahh, business opportunity pala ito para kay Mr. Cueto....kala ko para sa mga taga Paete..good luck anyways!
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 28, 2011 2:34 am    Post subject: Re: Business opportunity Reply with quote

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..ahh, business opportunity pala ito para kay Mr. Cueto....kala ko para sa mga taga Paete..good luck anyways!


Kabayan tama ka goodluck na nga lamang mas magaling pa.... Wink Wink Wink
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 28, 2011 7:02 pm    Post subject: Re: Business opportunity Reply with quote

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..ahh, business opportunity pala ito para kay Mr. Cueto....kala ko para sa mga taga Paete..good luck anyways!


Kabayan tama ka goodluck na nga lamang mas magaling pa.... Wink Wink Wink


Winston,

Solar energy is the future, 50 years from now, the majority of business/cosumers will relay from the sun. 70-90% of jobs right now will be gone. Hindi na tayo dumedepende sa langis dahil ang solar ang siyang magiging major sources ng ating koryente at iba. Itoy information na ito ay nabasa ko sa isang babasahin.
Business opportunity, yes Winston, dito sa Canada ay patok na ito sa mga lugar na walang kuryente. Palagay ko itoy ok din sa atin gawa ng mahal na rin ang binabayaran sa koryente. Pinag aaralan ko rin ito kaya kung may balak ka in the future, seriously inquire yourself to Mr. Cueto. I think, and I believe Mr Cueto is true to this. Good Luck.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 28, 2011 7:31 pm    Post subject: Re: Business opportunity Reply with quote

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....kala ko para sa mga taga Paete...


Napakaganda at napakalaki nitong oportunidad sa taga Paete.
Swerte noong mga progresibo at nag-iimplement na ng solar technology. Ilang taon na ito kaya lang mahal pa.

Salamat Winston, sana ay may taga Paete na maka-umpisa nitong proyektong ito. Malaking pagkakakitaan at malaking tulong sa bayan.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 28, 2011 10:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Salamat po amang Somie, at sa isang Guest sa inyong malawak na pananaw tungkol sa Solar...totoo nga po medyo may kamahalan pa sa ngayon.

Kaya ko rin po ipinost dito sa ating forum, at sa kapahintulutan na rin ni Mr Ramil Cueto ay naglalaro lang po sa aking isipan ang mga kabihasnan sa Sitio na walang koryente at sa ngayon ay gumagamit ng mga generator....Ito po ay napakalaking halaga kung ipapasok sa proyekto ng gobyerno in the future Very Happy Wink Wink ...

Dito po sa China ay gamit na gamit din nila ang Solar sa mga school, hospital, mga building or appartment...Ito po ay panghalili nila sa koryente kalimitan ay gamit sa water heater...isang alternatibong solusyon nila para masapatan ang demand sa supply ng koryente....(koryente po dito ay mura lang)

I just wonder na meron pala tayong Pilipino Inventor ng Solar so proud of Mr. Ramil Cueto sya po ay taga CALABARSON at ayon po sa kanya ay nakaacvhive na sya ng 2 malaking unit...

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 29, 2011 1:58 pm    Post subject: Re: Business opportunity Reply with quote

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....kala ko para sa mga taga Paete...


Napakaganda at napakalaki nitong oportunidad sa taga Paete.
Swerte noong mga progresibo at nag-iimplement na ng solar technology. Ilang taon na ito kaya lang mahal pa.

Salamat Winston, sana ay may taga Paete na maka-umpisa nitong proyektong ito. Malaking pagkakakitaan at malaking tulong sa bayan.


I still don't see how this will be a business opportunity for Paete folks...as a consumer or user of the solar tech, YES, Paetenians will benefit from it, but who's going to make business profit out of this?? of course "the seller" of the equipment. Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2011 1:58 am    Post subject: Re: Business opportunity Reply with quote

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[quote="GuestI still don't see how this will be a business opportunity for Paete folks...as a consumer or user of the solar tech, YES, Paetenians will benefit from it, but who's going to make business profit out of this?? of course "the seller" of the equipment. Rolling Eyes


Kabayan salamat at intresado ka pala dito sa Solar...

Malayo pa sa realidad kung sa mga Sitio ito gagawin dahil nga may kamahalan isang unit..yung malaki na pwedeng na mag supply sa isandaang kabahayan kasama na ng mga kable kawad ng koryente mga kontador at poste at isang korporasyon..., kung may mamumuhunan...sa halip na Fleco ay private company Solar Electric Power Plant Distributor sa mga bahay at doon ilalagay sa mga Sitio na hindi naabot ng supply ng koryente sana nga in the future.... Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy ang iba pang mga bansa na gumagamit nito ay Portugal 11 megawatt Serpa solar power plant on 90 acres, Emirates, CIS Tower in Manchester, England...
Sana naabot na ng pananaw mo ang bisnes tungkol dito...Goodluck Kabayan Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2011 2:03 pm    Post subject: Re: Business opportunity Reply with quote

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Kabayan salamat at intresado ka pala dito sa Solar...

Malayo pa sa realidad kung sa mga Sitio ito gagawin dahil nga may kamahalan isang unit..yung malaki na pwedeng na mag supply sa isandaang kabahayan kasama na ng mga kable kawad ng koryente mga kontador at poste at isang korporasyon..., kung may mamumuhunan...sa halip na Fleco ay private company Solar Electric Power Plant Distributor sa mga bahay at doon ilalagay sa mga Sitio na hindi naabot ng supply ng koryente sana nga in the future.... Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy ang iba pang mga bansa na gumagamit nito ay Portugal 11 megawatt Serpa solar power plant on 90 acres, Emirates, CIS Tower in Manchester, England...
Sana naabot na ng pananaw mo ang bisnes tungkol dito...Goodluck Kabayan Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
Winston


...there you go, "being a distributor"...now that is a business opportunity for Paetenians. Ang dating kasi noong orig post mo eh bumili ng solar equipment from Mr. Cueto for own use (sabi mo.."kung gustong umorder"), that's why I said it's a business opportunity only for him...oh di malinaw na..yata Cool
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2011 8:24 pm    Post subject: Solar technology Reply with quote

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Anyone with a vision, technical acuity, big bucks, the drive to make something
happen if he puts his heart and mind to it. It could be a partnership
so what one lacks, the other may provide.

It is also good for construction and business students to know about so they
can acquire the skills and be ready to grab the opportunity.

The first solar building I learned about a few years back before the businesses
sprouted was done by a group of students who lived in the same structure they
outfitted with solar system to show how solar energy may be harvested and utilized.
Try googling newsline umd edu solarhouse101105 for an example dating back in 2005.

The technology is out there. Mr. Cuerpo may have designed his product,
but he did not invent the technology.

And I have hopes for the ingenity and business savviness of Paetenians.
Design, create, build, install - aren't those our main assets -
using our creativity and skillful hands?
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Masbate villages get solar energy
By Alexis Romero (The Philippine Star) Updated August 01, 2010 12:00 AM

MANILA, Philippines - A private energy firm has put up 5,129 solar panels in impoverished barangays in Masbate province.

Paris Manila Technology Corp. (Pamatec) has executed the Philippine Rural Electrification Service (PRES) through a French loan worth 17.5-million euro borrowed by the National Power Corp.

The project, completed last December, provides an electricity rationing system of 200 kilowatt-hours per day for houses fitted with solar panels.

At night, residents get their power supply from batteries, which can last for three to four years.

“The solar panels do not cause pollution. The sun is the source of electricity that reaches the far-flung barangays. It uses renewable energy,” said Pamatec project engineer Ireneo Abua.

The government has been promoting renewable sources of energy like solar energy to lessen the country’s dependence on fossil fuel.

In 2008, Congress passed the Renewable Energy Act of 2008, which encourages investments in renewable sources of power. Latest figures from the Department of Energy, however, showed that renewable energy like solar energy only makes up less than a percent of the country’s energy mix.

Environmentalists have said the use of renewable and alternative energy would reduce the use of fossil fuel, which has been blamed for global warming.

The Philippines has been perceived as a “climate-taker,” or a country affected by the greenhouse emissions of developed countries.

Abua said solar panels are suited to communities where houses are built far apart.

Houses fitted with solar panels are allowed to use 200 kilowatt-hours of electricity per day. After the usage limit is reached, the electricity supply automatically switches off. Households, therefore, would have to learn to prioritize tasks that require electricity.

Masbateños, nevertheless, appreciate the implementation of the project because it has given them sources of livelihood and amusement.

In Barangay Jumarawon, which has had solar panels since 2008, residents were able to put up sari-sari stores, watch their favorite television shows, and sing karaoke.

“The electricity allowed the children here to study well. Before, their parents had to spend for kerosene lamps. It was costly for them,” said barangay chairman Critito Bulandra.

“Before, some parents had to ask their children to stop studying at around 7 p.m. because they want to save money,” he added.

Aside from the installation of solar panels, Pamatec also installed a diesel-powered mini-grid with 11,518 connections.

Pamatec also plans to implement a blended fuels project for the mini-grid using copra. The equipment for the extraction of biofuel is expected to arrive in September.

The project has provided power to 665 barangay facilities and commercial establishments and 18,000 households. Pamatec plans to put up at least 1,000 more units in Masbate by the end of 2011.

“Many people have expressed interest in the solar panels. They are asking us if we can also install solar panels in their homes,” Abua said.

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Lopez unit launches first solar kit for household, commercial use
By Donnabelle L. Gatdula (The Philippine Star) Updated June 03, 2011 12:00 AM

MANILA, Philippines - First Philec Solar Solutions (FPSS), a unit of the Lopez Group, has expanded its solar business in the country by launching the first solar technology kit tailored for residential and commercial use.

FPSS president Dan Lachica said the full rollout of the solar kit, which provides its users with an alternate energy source from solar power that promises long-term savings on electric consumption, is targeted in the last quarter of the year in time for the approval of the feed-in-tariff (FIT).

FPSS is an end-to-end provider of photovoltaic (PV) systems that generates electric power from sunlight. The use of solar energy is commonly used by the commercial or utility industry as an alternate energy source but is now also made available for residential use.

FPSS offers three kinds of solar kits: one-kilowatt grid-tied system, one-kw off-grid system and 10-kw grid-tied system which are scalable depending on customer requirements.

The kit, which will be sold at P200,000 each, will allow savings of up to 15 percent of the electricity use of customers.


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P1-B solar power plant to rise in Zamboanga
By Jewel Reyes, ABS-CBN News
Posted at 11/11/2010 1:49 PM | Updated as of 11/11/2010 1:49 PM

Zamboanga City - Local government officials and an independent power provider signed a pact on the construction of a P1-billion solar power plant here last November 8.

Zamboanga City Mayor Celso Lobregat said power firm Infinity Philippines shall immediately commence the feasibility study of the project, initially proposed to be built within the Zamboanga City Special Economic Zone.

Lobregat noted the construction of the new plant will help alleviate the power deficit in the city, especially at peak hours.

The solar power plant promises 10 megawatts of additional power for the city, which has a peak load of more than 80 MW.

According to the Zamboanga City Electric Cooperative, they resort to power interruptions when only half of the supply is generated for the city.

Lobregat said the solar plant would support business operations in Zamboanga, and encourage more investors to come to the city.

The official added that after the feasibility study on the project, they will finalize the agreement on utility fees, following Republic Act 9513 or the Renewable Energy Act of 2008, which provides the regulations on feed in tariff and subsidy supposedly provided for by the national government.
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Phl-Japan group mulls $150-M solar project
By Donnabelle L. Gatdula (The Philippine Star) Updated January 12, 2011 12:00 AM

MANILA, Philippines - Japanese-Filipino joint venture firm Eco-Merge Philippines Inc. plans to invest about $150 million over the next three years for the construction of 41 megawatts (MW) of solar projects all over the country.

Eco-Merge president, Edgar Morada said they would be initially putting up an 11-MW solar farm in a 22-hectare property in Pili, Camarines Sur within the year.

“This is one of the first projects we’re planning to undertake. After that we will be eyeing other solar farms in the Visayas and Mindanao,” he said.

Morada said they would be spending around $40 million for the 11-MW project which would be completed before the end of the year.

Eco-Merge has appointed SMEC Philippines Inc., the local unit of the Australia-based engineering consultancy firm with 20 years experience on renewable energy development, as its partner in the project.

SMEC and Eco-Merge signed an agreement yesterday for the preparation of a detailed feasibility study and provide assistance in securing government clearance and permits, particularly the service contract (SC) with the Department of Energy (DOE).

“It’s just one of the projects we’re going to undertake in cooperation with SMEC (Snowy Mountain Engineering Corp.). Essentially, our initial foray will be in the solar power area, but eventually the goal really is in renewable energy. We will eventually diversify our RE portfolio, but for now the focus is on solar energy,” Morada said.

“It’s a long-term commitment of Eco-Merge with support from SMEC for this series of projects we’re going to have.”

SMEC chief operating officer for Asia Pacific Michael Blee, for his part, said they expect to complete the feasibility study within six months in time for the planned completion date of the 11-MW solar project of Nov. 11, 2011.

Blee said SMEC, established 20 years ago, has been a long-time partner of Filipino power firms in their RE projects.

According to SMEC head of power division Gabriel Zamudio Jr., they have been commissioned by other big time RE developers like First Gen Corp., Aboitiz Corp. and PNOC-Renewable Corp. for their projects.

Zamudio said they also have existing cooperation with the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank for various government RE development projects and energy efficiency programs.

Eco-Merge, Morada said, is eyeing to put up other solar farms in Negros Occidental in the Visayas (10 MW); Agusan del Norte (10 MW); and Zamboanga (10 MW), both in Mindanao .

The Japanese-Filipino partnership’s model is to partner with the local government units for the provision of land required for the solar power projects either through a joint venture or lease agreement.

For the case Camariñes Sur project, Eco-Merge is currently discussing initial collaborations with potential partners, including the provincial government of Camarines Sur.

Eco-Merge would also be tapping a number of commercial banks
and multilateral financial institutions to raise 70 percent of the total funding.

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Solar power developers urge government to hike target
By Donnabelle L. Gatdula (The Philippine Star) Updated May 05, 2011 12:00 AM

MANILA, Philippines - Solar developers in the country have urged the government to increase the solar installation target of 100 megawatts (MW) over the next three years.

The Philippine Solar Power Alliance (PSPA) said “the industry is puzzled by the business-as-usual approach of the National Renewable Energy Board (NREB) and urges government to project 235-MW solar capacity amidst rising fuel cost and power crisis in Mindanao.”

Based on Department of Energy (DOE) records, 44 projects with an aggregate capacity of 420 MW applied for service contracts with the agency as of April this year.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 03, 2011 4:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good am po,

Salamat po Prof Angel...

Minsan naniniwala pa rin ako sa himala Surprised Surprised Surprised Very Happy malay po natin dahil sa ang Paete ay isa sa nangungunang aktibo sa baybay dito sa proyekto sa paglilinis sa Laguna de Bay ay may makasulyap sa ating mga Sitio na ang Solar naman ang pagtuunan nila ng pansin na gawing proyekto sa mga susunod na panahon...30 years from now ay mas lalago at dadami ang papulasyon sa lugar na ito at lubhang magiging matindi ang pangangailangan nila sa pagamit ng koryente at isa pa sa dapat maagapan ay ang maayos na palikuran or mga public toilet..ang mga ganitong kabihasnan ang pinagmulan ng Paete kaya dapat ay matutunan na natin ito na pagdating ng araw ay kaparehong problema din ang haharapin.... Wink Wink Wink

ang mga Sitio ay may mga drainage system na baga sa sentro ng kabihasnan? sa ngayon yata ay meron ng mahigit 500 katao ang naninirahan sa Sitio...Noong ako ay elementary pa ay nilalaakad lang namin para makarating sa sa sito, Saray, Tubog, Papatahan...at ang pinakamadali ngayong marating ay ang Sitio Papapatahan dahil mayroon ng konretong kalsada before 3 km...at doon makikita ang unti unting pagpapaunlad ng lugar at nasaksihan ko last year ang kongretong school na sa tantya ko ay mas malaki sa ating QES ang pinaka area kaya nga lang ay wala pang koryente... Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy at ang koryente nila ay sa pamamagitan ng generator at sa gabi lang pwedeng buksan na limitadong sandali.
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Netherlands-based energy firm to put up solar power plants in PHL01/30/2011 | 04:30 PM

A solar energy firm in the Netherlands has expressed its intention to establish 50-megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic power plants in the Philippines.

SunConnex B.V. is eyeing to construct large power plants all over the country, Jos Schlangen, the firm's business development manager, said this weekend.

Schlangen said SunConnex is waiting for the feed-in tariff computations before it starts putting up solar photovoltaic generating facilities.

Feed-in tariff is a fixed payment to renewable energy providers as an incentive to reduce the country’s dependence on imported fossil fuel.

The concept originated from the European Union 10 years ago, and was aggressively used by European Parliament to increase the share of renewable energy to the total energy portfolio of the European electricity market.

A feed-in tariff system is likewise being introduced in the Philippines under the Renewable Energy Law to encourage private sector participation in the development of solar power.

Last year, the Philippine Solar Power Alliance said that at least 300 megawatts of solar power projects will materialize until 2013 on the heels of the upcoming feed-in tariff rate.

"This number of solar plants, as well as the presence of the world's largest solar panel manufacturer in Laguna, will make the Philippines a solar hub in Southeast Asia," Philippine Solar convenor Tetchi Capellan said at that time. — PE/JE/OMG, GMANews.TV
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