PAVI Green, an emerging leader in renewable energy, launched its solar-powered malls project with Vista Malls and ALL Home Luzon branches held at Vista Mall Sta Rosa recently.
Generating an average kWh output of 467,647.41 kilowatt-hour per month of energy from rooftop solar panels in all Vista Malls and All Home Luzon branches, the initiative is expected to reduce carbon emissions equivalent to 3,754,273.4 kilograms per year or equivalent to 22,526 planted trees.
“Sustainable energy is the future, and we hope to significantly contribute to the renewable energy targets in the country through these kinds of commercial partnerships. This milestone marks a significant step in our efforts to save the environment and enables us to become cost-efficient in terms of our electricity costs. We are also glad to give our customers the opportunity to contribute to saving the planet while enjoying their retail experience,” emphasizes Mr. Paolo Villar, President and CEO of Vista Land and Lifescapes, Inc.
The solar panels are currently energizing Vista Mall branches in Sta. Rosa, Laguna; Tanza and Dasmarinas, Cavite; Bataan and Pampanga; as well as Starmall San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan. For All Home branches, it is currently energizing Imus and Kawit, Cavite; Antipolo, Rizal; as well as San Ildefonso, Bulacan; Cabanatuan in Nueva Ecija, and Santiago and Cauayan in the province of Isabela.
Approximately 11,315 solar panels are installed in all 14 stores in Luzon with an average capacity of 432-kilowatt peak of total power from the solar panels, saving an average of 10-15% of the electricity costs in each branch.
True to its commitment to paving the way for a sustainable future, PAVI Green is also gearing up for large-scale power plant projects such as the PAVI Green Orion, Bataan plant; and PAVI Green in San Vicente, Camarines Norte (36 Megawatts); and in Naga, Camarines Sur (50 Megawatts) which is targeted to be completed soon with a total capacity of 86 Megawatts.