Year of the Dragon Promo

Gong Xi Fa Cai!

This lunar year of the Dragon, Buskowitz Energy wishes everyone a prosperous year in wealth, health and peace. As a way of starting off this year with prosperity, Buskowitz Energy is proud to announce that we will be having up to 17% off our signature Solar Home Packages which will run from February 7-14, 2024. 

Buskowitz Energy’s signature Solar Home Packages, slash off your electricity bills during the day. The product lines with discounts are as follows:

Solar Home Lite (2.2 kWp) – Php 253,300, for homes with up to Php 5,000 on electricity bill.

Solar Home (5.5 kWp) – Php 335,750, for homes with Php 5,000 to Php 12,000 on electricity bill.

Solar Home Plus (8.25 kWp) – Php 463,250, for homes with Php 12,000 to Php 17,500 on electricity bill.

Solar Home Max (10.45 kWp) – Php 545,700, for homes with Php 17,500 to Php 22,500 on electricity bill.

Our packages consist of A-tier materials from solar panels, inverters, mounting and accessories, paired with one of the best services from the solar engineering team. Prices are subject to change as delivery fees apply outside of Metro-Manila.

Spark a conversation with one of our solar experts at info@buskowitz.com or call +63 936 7672 732 to experience a life powered by the sun with Buskowitz Energy’s signature Solar Home Packages. 

ABOUT BUSKOWITZ ENERGY

Buskowitz Energy currently has a total portfolio of 85 Megawatt-peak (MWp) consisting of operational and on-going projects, as well as an additional 40 MWp in the pipeline this 2024, for both its commercial and residential installations—culminating into 125 MWp of projects nationwide. With more than 300 rooftop projects around the country to-date, Buskowitz has installed on and provided rooftop solar for international brands such as Coca-Cola, Shell, as well as other local industry giants such as Petron, SM Mall, Robinson’s Malls, NLEX or Metropacific Investments, and Megaworld Corporation, among others.

Buskowitz hopes to continue developing a large sustainable asset and infrastructure base not only for its own development interests, but to continue to contribute to the low carbon future initiative, while servicing the growing energy demand and challenges facing the Philippines and South East Asia Region.

 

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