Renewable energy for your company

Welcome to PV² Energie  - your best partner for commercial and industrial solar energy projects in the Philippines

Produce your own solar energy and enjoy big savings

We can design and install a turnkey solar installation for you. Electricity generated by the PV system can be utilized to meet your own needs or sold to the local grid operator.

Choose the way you earn from your roof

Talk to us about our lease options - earn from your roof by renting it to us or lease our solar power plant and start using cheap electricity .

About Us

PV² Energie is a solar energy project developer headquatered in Germany with offices in the Philippines, located in Alabang Metro Manila. The company is  specialized in building rooftop and ground-mounted solar systems. The company plans, builds, finances and operates solar plants on open spaces as well as on roofs of commercial, industrial, agricultural or public buildings. PV² Energie is one of the most experienced solar companies in the Philippines and also has significant knowledge of the wind and biomass energy sector.

In 2005 the two share holding associates Chris Hannen and Phillip Küpper initiated project planning and execution of projects in the area of renewable energy. Thus, by the end of 2010 numerous solar and wind power stations had been erected. In March 2011 the two entrepreneurs founded PV² Energie GmbH. It was the vehicle for incorporating the growing business activities – both domestic and foreign – within the framework of a limited company (GmbH).

Due to the huge potential of renewable energy (RE) in the Philippines, PV² Energie opened its subsidiary in Manila to bring German expertise into the country and cater to the growing local solar energy market. Since early 2014 PV² Energie started operating in the Philippines and has since developed solar energy projects for Philippine companies. With the opening of the Philippine subsidiary, Brenda Baylon joined the management team as shareholder and general manager of PV² Energie Philippines Inc.

Given the company’s cumulative experience gained in many solar, wind and biomass projects, PV² Energie is the right partner for your renewable energy project!

Contact details of our Philippine office:
PV² Energie Philippines Inc.
Common Goal Tower, 6th Floor
Industry Street corner Finance Street
Madrigal Business Park
Ayala Alabang, Muntinlupa City

Email: info@pv2energie.de

Tel: +63 2 8893-3886

Mobile: +63 917 704-4532

 

buy a solar system

Solar for own use

Lower your power costs – we supply you with low-cost solar power for your company. The electricity is produced right where you are – by a solar power plant that we install, operate and fully finance. Our energy supply is cheaper than the power you have been getting from your current suppliers.

FIT Project

In many respects, the investment in renewable energy is currently one of the most intriguing sectors for investors. The area of photovoltaics in particular offers an exceptionally good risk–return ratio, as the costs and earnings for a solar installation are easy to forecast and the compensation rate over 20 years is guaranteed by law.

Lease a solar system

System lease for own use

Lower your power costs – we supply you with low-cost solar power for your company. The electricity is produced right where you are – by a solar power plant that we install, operate and fully finance. Our energy supply is cheaper than the power you have been getting from your current suppliers.

Roof lease for FIT Project

This version enables you to become your own power supplier. We build a turnkey solar facility for you that is tailored precisely to your requirements. You generate your own power at low cost, while benefiting from having your investment generate a handsome yield.

References

Robinsons Malls (Ilocos Main & Expansion)

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Robinsons Malls (Pangasinan)

Location: Calasiao, Pangasinan
Output: 1,200kwp
Commissioning: 2019

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Sanitary Care Products Asia (Pangasinan)

Location: Dagupan, Pangasinan
Output: 100 kWp
Commissioning: March 2019

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General Milling Corporation (Cebu)

Location: Lapu Lapu City, Cebu
Output: 70 kWp (Phase 1)
Commissioning: 2018

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CDO Foodsphere, Inc.

Location: Valenzuela City
Output: 100 kWp
Commissioning: 2018

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Dualtech Training Center Foundation

Location: Calamba, Laguna
Output: 100 kWp
Commissioning: 2018

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Sanitary Care Products Asia (Taguig)

Location: Taguig, Metro Manila
Output: 100 kWp
Commissioning: 2017

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Sanitary Care Products Asia (Cebu)

Location: Lapu Lapu
Output: 100 kWp
Commissioning: Sept 2017

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Glacier South Refrigerated Services

Location: Paranaque City
Output: 180 kWp
Commissioning: 2017

 

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Uratex (Alabang)

Location: Muntinlupa City, Metro Manila
Output: 500 kWp
Commissioning: March 2017

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News

4 months ago
Photos from PV² Energie's post

Supermarket of the future... ofwel supermarkt van de toekomst! One of the latest projects we have installed in Europe is not located in Germany, but in one of our neighboring countries - the ... See more

4 months ago

With one of our other Robinsons Malls projects we just outnumbered the Pangasinan project. Have a look at our Ilocos project with a total capacity of about 1,8 MWp. The upper plant installed on the ... See more

4 months ago

PV2 Energie is proud to present one of our recently finished projects - a 1.2 MW solar power plant on the rooftop of Robinsons Malls in Pangasinan. This is one of the largest rooftop projects ... See more

5 months ago
Solar energy equipment firm sees growing potential in Cebu

General Manager Brenda Baylon talked with CDN Digital about the growing potential for solar energy in Cebu:

CEBU CITY, Philippines--There remains a huge potential for solar energy in Cebu and the rest of the Philippines. Brenda Baylon, general manager of PV2 Energie Philippines Inc., said the company

6 months ago
Cathy Yang

Thank you for having us at your show Cathy Yang.

ON THE BRIEFING
A #greenenergy stakeholder discusses huge potentials of #renewables in the whole energy mix to augment power supply shortages in the #Philippines.
PV² Energie General Manager Brenda ... See more

6 months ago

Please visit us at booth 1H01 at the Power & Electricity World PH, The Solar Show Philippines & Wind Show on 20 – 21 May 2019 at the SMX Convention Center in Manila, Philippines. See you there!

6 months ago
Photos from PV² Energie's post

PV2 Energie presents its expertise in solar energy at the recently-concluded “Energy Efficiency for the Industry – Solutions Made in Germany” conference held on 7 May at the Fairmont Hotel in ... See more

1 year ago
Power & Electricity World

Meet us at Stand P6 at Power & Electricity World PH, Solar Show PH & Wind Show PH on 23 - 24 May 2018 at SMX Convention Center Manila.

Meet PV² Energie at Stand P6 at Power & Electricity World PH, Solar Show PH & Wind Show PH on 23 - 24 May 2018 at SMX Convention Center Manila.

1 year ago
energiewaechter GmbH

Heute findet in #Amsterdam die Fachkonferenz zur AHK-Geschäftsreise Niederlande Wärmewende / Energieinfrastruktur mit dem Thema "Intelligente Lösungen für die Wärmewende und ... See more

1 year ago
Jobs & Karriere

Wir suchen Verstärkung für unser Team! Ausgeschrieben sind eine Stelle als "Projektmanager Photovoltaik" und eine als "Vertriebsmitarbeiter Photovoltaik". Nähere Infos auf unserer Webseite: ... See more

PV² Energie ist ein junges und wachsendes Unternehmen im Bereich der erneuerbaren Energien. Bringen Sie Ihre Ideen und Ihre Inititiative bei uns ein - wir haben viel vor und bieten Ihnen ... See more

How does
a solar power plant
work?

A solar system (also called PV system or photovoltaic system) converts sunlight into electrical current with the help of solar cells. Solar systems consist of solar cells, inverters and a substructure with which the solar cells are mounted on the roof surface.

As soon as sunlight hits the solar cells, a direct current is created in the silicone wafers of the cell. The direct current (DC) flows to an inverter that converts it to alternating current (AC) with a voltage of 230 volts.

The electrical energy thus produced is utilized by the consumer where the solar system is installed. Alternatively, power can be fed into the public power grid and sold to the local grid operator in terms of the feed-in-tariff program as mandated by Republic Act 9513 also known as the Renewable Energy Act of 2008.

Solar installations with a capacity of 100 kWp and below can also participate in the Philippine Net Metering Program wherein excess power generated by the system will be fed into the local distribution utility and the end-user will receive credits to offset his future electricity bills.