SOLAR ENERGY BEACH HOUSE – No More Electric Bills In The Philippines (100% OFF GRID)



WE ARE OFFICIALLY 100% OFF GRID!!! WE HAVE A SOLAR ENERGY BEACH HOUSE IN THE PHILIPPINES!

What a cool feeling. I always say “Power On”, and in this case… that is literally happening! We have finished our solar system here in Cateel Davao Oriental, and have connected to it. In this video we take a closer look at the setup and talk with professionals about it. Then, we head off for a little coastal surf and chill, and end up back at home checking up on our system at night.

Solar Energy…. It is eco friendly, and definitely the way of the future! Solar is becoming way more affordable and available in the Philippines… and we are stoked to have it!!

Power On!!!

LITERALLY!!

*** HERE ARE THE TWO COMPANIES WE USED FOR SOLAR:

KV5 INDUSTRIES CORPORATION:

FB BATUCAN JR. ELECTRICAL:

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37 comments

  1. My wife (Filipina) we are planning at some stage move to the Philippines and I already thought going off grid. Do you mind telling us the cost on pp of how much it cost all the system (installation, panels, etc)
    Salamat po

  2. Kuya Kulas how do you typhoon-PROOF the solar panels po kc anything can break it no? Especially when metal debris flying around for 150 km/hour wind gusts.

  3. GIVE ME THE NUMBERS KYLE! seriously how much electricity did you produce and store, as well as how much did you use / hour?

  4. Kulas maayong udto
    Ask ko pila ang usa panel sa solar
    Dha inyo on grid lng naa kos daanbantayan norte
    Sa cebu ug pila ila pangyo f layo cla motaod
    Huwat ko imo reply salamat kilas

  5. crazy. that works out at 2700 pesos per month over 15 years. absolutely mad expense for a shack near the beach. by the way, things beak down. get a smaller system or get gasoline and electric generator. electric generator for quietness. charge the batteries and use the inverter at night. crazy. part of the enjoyment of living in a shack at the beach is to live a simple life. i hope there is not a typhoon

  6. I love all your videos. I’m pilipina and will be building houses in Palawan. Where did you find your solar guys ?
    Can I have they’re information? I live in San Diego right now and bought 3 lots , Puerto PRINCESA ,el NIDO and Camaya coast resorts.I want to put solar on all my properties.

  7. How many hrs of power do u get off the batteries and percentage left by morning.
    Same again if there are days of blackout or typhoon whatever??

  8. Wow I like to See that Area to Know and to share in my vlog soon hope someone inviting me… 🙏🙏🙏

  9. I watch 7 months after the You Tube video, how many times the solar station has already been turned off. Don't you have typhoons ?

  10. does anyone know how many solar panels I would need to cut my electric bill in half? I run aircon in one room most the day. and also, how much it would cost to the panels and installation. I don't use much electricity other than the aircon.

  11. It’s good to see how solar energy works but it’s also good to know where the materials used to build them are coming from and in which condition we’re getting them
    Drcongo provides 60% of the world materials used for solar energy including electrical transportation
    But in which condition we get those materials?
    Millions of people already died from conflicts caused by army groups sponsored by multinational companies with complicity of the so called powerful nations
    Are we going to stay quiet and let those innocent people being killed just because we want to drive a nice car or having electricity in house ?
    We all concerned about what it’s going on right now in east of Congo
    Take time to think how you love your family and the pain you would have you to loose your love one
    Me and you we can give hope to those people who have been rejected and killed for no reason
    Thanks ..

  12. I hope those solar panels are not made in China. If they are, it is highly likely those panels were made in the Xinjiang slave labour camp.

  13. ASK KO LANG … we use in average 13.67 kWh/day …
    ilang N watts solar panels po ang kailangan kung 5 hours a day ang peak sunlight hours ?
    and how much po need budget ?
    pwede po ba off-grid gamit battery ?
    thanks

  14. The Filipinos are full of skills and cleverness, from kuya buko making a spoon out of the buko and kuya solar panels a modern day energy, it’s about time they get exposed! Salamat Kuya Kulas😁

  15. Very educational people should start solar or wind energy in Philippines 🇵🇭 don’t need to depend on commercial electricity

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