For some reason, we Pinoys always feel guilty about turning on the air conditioning – because it goes against the "typing" mindset. To this day, this question is one of the most popular questions about solar: Can solar run my air conditioning?

The answer is yes!

Solar can definitely handle and power your air conditioners. With a grid tie system, solar energy serves as the primary energy source, providing the power your household needs during the day in a well-cooled, fully air-conditioned space while you work, attend online courses or simply watch your favorite Netflix shows.

How much will it cost me

Depending on the performance of your air conditioning system, a 1.8 kWp grid tie system can cover the operation of a 1.5 HP air conditioning system during the day. The total cost of a Solaric 1.8kWp grid tie system is Php 138,000. With this capacity of a solar power system, daylight and devices such as refrigerators, electric fans, computers and devices can be operated with solar energy. Of course, you need a larger solar system for every additional air conditioner and higher total output in order to cover the entire daily consumption.

For example, a household with a total of 4 HP air conditioners needs 5.4 kWp, which costs about 273,000 Php.

The prices shown in this article are for GI leaf roofs and are located in Metro Manila. Solar interconnection systems have a guaranteed lifespan of 25 years and more, making them a win-win investment in terms of savings and safety.

With many of us staying home for work and online classes, you need a long term guaranteed solution to give you the financial and energetic stability you deserve. Wouldn't you like to chill and relax with the air conditioning in full swing, but be free from billing shocks?

Score this October!

Since we want to put a smile on your face even during the rainy season, we are bringing the 88K-all as part of Solaric & # 39; s Great October Sale! Switch on the 1.5 HP air conditioner together with the other usual devices during the day with the 1.8 kWp mains connection system. The 88K all-in promo includes turnkey costs for design, engineering, delivery, installation and power supply.

Turn on the sun

At Solaric we appeal to the Filipino sensitivity for accessibility, service and value. Before we make an offer, let's learn how to use energy. We identify the best ways to maximize your return on a hard-earned investment. We will introduce you to various strategies to help you achieve your solar goals. We want to ensure reduced expenses and increased savings for you to make this one-time, wise economic and environmental investment. We always do our best to provide quick, efficient and thorough customer service. Not only do we sell solar modules, we also enable solar-powered lifestyles. With this, we aim to provide endless satisfaction by delivering Solaric Service Satisfaction, from permanently reducing the electricity bill to the ultimate ZERO bill.

Solaric is the leading provider of rooftop solar systems

Solaric has made a name for itself in the renewable energy industry as a trusted and respected leader in rooftop solar systems. Based on decades of experience, Solaric has installed more than 50% of rooftop solar systems on residential buildings in the Philippines, achieving significant cost reductions in electricity costs and milestones towards a cleaner, greener and renewable future. We want every Filipino to enjoy the benefits of clean and renewable energy. Welcome to the new generation of solar and sun.

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Contact the solar experts

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If you also want #TurnOnTheSun, then give us a call at 75040092 or 09178603141 or 09083775577, email or visit

We would be happy to explain how the system works or arrange a viewing so that we can show you options for your new home or existing apartments or businesses.

At Solaric, we turn on the sun.

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