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One For A Brighter World: TUSC Advocates Solar Power
As environmental concerns and climate change continue to escalate in the world, renewable energy has been recognized as a key solution in moving towards a sustainable and environmentally conscious society that is driven by clean energy and reduced carbon footprints. In the Philippines, the impending power crisis and escalating electricity prices have made renewable energy a smart and economically viable investment. Coupled with an abundance of sunshine in the country, solar power is quickly gaining popularity as a means to save electricity costs in a sustainable manner.

Transnational Uyeno Solar Corporation (TUSC) has been at the forefront of the Philippines’ movement towards creating a sustainable environment, having been a pioneer in the drive to promote renewable energy across different industries. TUSC, a joint venture between TDG and Uyeno Green Solutions of Japan, is among the leading solar system integrators in the country, having successfully installed a host of solar systems since its establishment in 2011. As a system integrator, TUSC designs, installs and commissions complete solar systems for various types of customers ranging from homeowners to business establishments and institutions.

TUSC’s roster of projects includes:

  • A 206.5 kWp solar carpark at the NYK-TDG Maritime Academy (NTMA) campus, which is the first solar carpark in the country and has made NTMA the first green university in the Philippines (2011)
  • Rooftop solar installations on 7 stores of S&R Membership Shopping, one of the country's leading supermarket chains, with a combined capacity of 5.6 MWp (2018-2020)
  • A 584 kWp solar photovoltaic system at the New Panglao International Airport, the country's first eco-airport (2017)
  • A 964 kWp solar photovoltaic system at Enomoto Philippines, a Japanese electronics manufacturing company, whose solar project was a recipient of Japan's Joint Crediting Mechanism Program (2017)
  • A 583 kWp solar photovoltaic system at Aikawa Philippines, a Japanese electronics manufacturing company, whose solar project was likewise a recipient of Japan's Joint Crediting Mechanism Program (2017)
  • A 428 kWp solar photovoltaic system at Muramoto Audio Visual Philippines, a Japanese manufacturing company in Cebu (2016)
  • A 1.2MWp ground mounted solar photovoltaic system at Alsons Aquaculture in Mindanao (2020)
  • A 1.5MWp solar photovoltaic system at a plant of a leading beverage company (2020)
  • A 1MWp solar photovoltaic system in a factory of one of the country's largest food manufacturing companies (2019)
  • A 1.2MWp solar photovoltaic system in Taguig that powers the office building of the Transnational Diversified Group and cold storage facility of One Stop Warehousing Inc. This project was a recipient of Japan's Joint Crediting Mechanism Program (2018)
  • Rooftop solar installations on 3 factories of Boysen Group, the country's leading paint manufacturing company, with an aggregate capacity of 602 kWp (2017)
  • Two solar photovoltaic systems for Starbucks Philippines, one of which is recognized for being the first solar-powered Starbucks store in Asia (2012 & 2014)
  • Two solar photovoltaic systems for Jollibee Philippines, the country's leading fast food chain (2015)
  • A 100 kWp solar installation at the Republic Chemical Industries’ adhesives factory in Canlubang (2014)
  • A 102 kWp solar installation at the factory of RAM Foods (2015)
  • A 65 kWp solar installation at the factory of Japanese owned Toyo Ink Philippines (2015)
  • A 312 kWp solar installation at the steel manufacturing plant of Goodyear Steel Pipe Corp (2016)
  • A 104 kWp solar installation at the Keppel Batangas Shipyard (2016)
  • A 14kWp solar charging station for electric tricycles in Boracay Island which is the first of its kind in the Philippines and was made possible through a grant by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID);
  • A 65kWp solar system at St Paul University Philippines – Tuguegarao (2014)
  • A 1.2kWp solar system donated by TUSC to the Science Agri-Based Entrepreneurial High School (SABEHS), an extension school of St Paul Tuguegarao (2014)

With its highly competent and professional team, TUSC aims to promote the widespread adoption of solar power in the Philippines and ensure that the next generations can benefit from the clean, sustainable world that renewable energy can bring.
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