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Cebu: Komitiba miduso sa Solar Technology

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Gi rekomenda sa Committee on Environment sa konseho sa syudad sa Sugbo ang pag gamit sa Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Technology System isip alternative source sa electrisidad sa tanang buildings nga gipanag iya ug gi maintain sa city governent.

“In this Committee Report, we favourably endorse the adoption of an eco-friendy and economically beneficial generation of energy with the use of Solar Photovoltaic Technology,” mensahi ni Konsehal Joel Garganera kinsa mi quote sa ilang committee report, nonot sa iyang pagduso nga ma aprobahan kini sa konseho.

Si Garganera maoy chairman sa Committee on Environment.

Ang konseho sayo niini mi request sa committtee pag study sa installation sa solar sources sa tanang buildings nga gipanag-iya ug gi maintain sa syudad sa walay gasto sa city.

Alang sa committee nga ang Solar PV Technology Systems maoy alternative source sa electricity sa ubos nga gasto.

“It helps produce electricity by focusing on solar radiation to convert solar energy. This type of system helps us to aid greenhouse gas emmissions and lessen our dependence on fossil fuel considering that it obtains clean and pure energy from the sun. There are manufacturers of Solar PV Systems in the Philippines…,”tipik sa committee report.

Niadtong Septembre 8, ang committee on Environment mi imtibar sa Aboitiz-Power, Cebu Private Power Corporation (CPPC), ug Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) alang sa usa ka tigom nga nag sentro sa laing option pag kuha ug electricity resources pinaagi sa Solar PV Technology System.

Sigon pa sa committee nga basi sa rekomendasyon sa tulo ka mga kompaniya, nag pag gamit ug Solar PV Systems maka himo ug significant contribution alang sa returning investments, dili lang financially lakip na ang environmental sustainability ug public health.

Tungod kay ang conventional electricity o ang traditional power bayran regularly, matod sa committee nga maka daginot ang syudad financially kung mo invest ug solar energy, tungod kay ang installation niini one-time activity, unya magamit kini 25 ka tuig o mo sobra pa..

“Being independent from electrical grid entails being energy independent. In the event of adverse weather or damage to power lines, you can encounter a number of problem if you have no other way of powering your home. Utilizing solar energy relieves you from dependence on unstable power networks at critical times, especially we coupled with backup battery systems,” nagkanayon ang committee report.

Subay niini, mipatawag ang konseho ug executive session karong Oktubre 26, aron maka presenta ang Aboitiz-Power, CPPC ug ERC pag presenta sa ilang produkto.

“For the benefit of other governmental organizations and the general public, a presentation of the distributed solar PV system types is required to know how it works and how it is beneficial to the buidling,’ pahibaw sa committee.

Gihumug-atan hinoon niini nga nagkinahanglan pa kini ug dugang diskusyon tali sa ubang mga hingtungdang ahensya.

(Jhon Tadlip, photo courtesy of Cebu City Council-Committee on Environment)

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