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Metrogreen offers a wide range of residential solar power system, from grid-tied , Off-grid & hybrid rooftop solar solutions, Our packages starting from 2kWp with assistance on net-metering application to maximize the potential of every client system even they are away from home          

Commercial & Industrial

Metrogreen, design and install solar grid-tied rooftop systems for commercial building, manufacturing, malls, cold storage facilities, warehouses, hotels and offices, Savings can range from 10% up 80% of client electricity bill monthly depending on its power consumption style.

Irrigation System

Metrogreen is committed to address water problem in our irrigation system, with our tailored made solution we can ensure that our farm land will not be dried again, this way we can help our farmers to maximize the potential of their farm land and have an abundant harvest.


Market Overview

The Philippine solar energy market is expected to record a CAGR of 15% during the forecast period (2022–2027). Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Philippine solar energy market witnessed a negative impact. The demand from the residential PV segment is severely affected due to the financial uncertainty faced by the customers. Utility-scale, commercial, and industrial solar installations slowed due to uneven cash flows and delays in commercial operations. Factors such as rapid economic development and growing population are expected to drive the market during the forecast period. However, an inefficient electricity grid infrastructure in the country is expected to hinder the market's growth in the coming years. With the increased solar PV installations across the country, the solar PV segment is expected to register significant growth due to increasing small-scale solar PV deployment during the forecast period. It is estimated that replacing/integrating diesel generators with renewable energy, like solar, can save the country over USD 200 million per year. Small islands in the Philippines are powered by generator-based mini-grids fueled by imported diesel and bunker (freighter) oil. These islands suffer from blackouts and unplanned power outages due to grid instability, inadequate generation capacity, and lack of subsidized fuel. Therefore, off-grid electrification through renewable energy sources, such as solar, is expected to create a significant opportunity in the future. The growing demand for solar energy-based power generation and declining photovoltaic system prices are expected to drive the market during the forecast period. -by:mordorintelligence.com

We are like tenant farmers chopping down the fence around our house for fuel when we should be using Natures inexhaustible sources of energy – sun, wind and tide. … I’d put my money on the sun and solar energy. What a source of power! I hope we don’t have to wait until oil and coal run out before we tackle that.
Thomas Edison

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We offer a holistic end to end solution to our clients. Our expert team of Engineers and technician ensure a smooth project progress.

We don't just sell our products but we value our customer thru our top notch experience and expertise


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Eco System
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Harness Sun light and convert to usable power.
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Recent News

Philippines' SPNEC starts building 500-MWp solar project at home
December 27 (Renewables Now) - Solar Philippines Nueva Ecija Corporation (PSE:SPNEC) announced over the weekend that it has started construction of its 500-MWp Nueva Ecija solar farm in the namesake province in Central Luzon, Philippines.
Ayala-Backed AC Energy To Invest $274 Million In Philippine Solar, Wind Energy Projects
AC Energy—a unit of billionaire Jaime Zobel de Ayala’s Ayala Corp.—is investing 14 billion pesos ($274 million) to fund the solar and wind energy projects of two subsidiaries as the Philippines’ oldest conglomerate continues to deepen its investments in renewable energy.
Solar Philippines NEC bares plan to develop 10 GW of solar power capacity
In a late-morning disclosure yesterday, Leandro Leviste’s Solar Philippines NEC [SPNEC 2.02 3.06%] disclosed that it is “firming up” plans to develop 10 gigawatts (GW) of solar projects. SPNEC said that it would be able to achieve this through asset-for-share swaps (yes, plural) with its parent company, Solar Philippines, which has been the holdco for all of Mr. Leviste’s solar projects in various stages of development.