Net Metering Project for Solar system Still in Progress… It’s yet other rainny day

Hi guys!

It’s   Wednesday, July 21, 2021,   11.33am here and it’s raining since 7am. Cool weather.

What does that got to do with energy?

It means no need for air-conditioning.

Because it’s cloudy, solar production was zero at 7am.

Now it’s 34watts and our purchased electricity is running at 88watt

I’m still not exporting power to the grid because my net metering is not yet connected.

I’ll keep you posted.


What’s up?

What’s up?
04-Jul-21 5:19 PM

Heavy Rain on our front yard

Hi there!
I am so happy and excited.
Today,here in Antipolo, after some months of hot humid days, we got our first taste of real rain and yester evening. The rain really didn’t stop til 4am in the morning.

Results, a bit cool finally!

I did check my projects. Rain water drips inside some part of the kitchen which was supposed to be dry.

Since I am the engineer on site, I checked floor and ceiling on top of the cupboards and yes there were drips there too.

In our other project where the roof has not been installed yet, it was totally wet.

For me, it’s time to set some projects to protect the houses.

At home, cloudy days reduced capacity of solar panels below their maximum output. So, there’s not enough sunlight to reduce electric bill.

Fortunately, aircon isn’t needed at this time.

Now that I’m at home, and can’t go in the rain, I am spending time more on our PC, working on our website.

Hope to give you guys more articles about helpful power saving tips.

Til then,

tony from


Engineering Course

Do you want to be an engineer?

When I was an elementary student, I though about what course I would pursue in college. My aunt recommended engineering. So I opened the Encyclopedia Britannica to see what engineering means.
On their introductory page, I saw a water fall. So I thought to myself, just what would a waterfall have anything to do with engineering? Then, the discussion rumbled on to machines and so on. But the picture of the waterfall stuck to my mind to this day. Somehow that picture was absorbed into my subconscious mind and it kept on asking what is engineering and why waterfall.

Now that I have finished Electrical Engineering, I know: engineering is designing systems to harness and use natural forces to produce useful work. (Later, I will show you what we do as electrical engineers. But for now I will just introduce you to the basic concept)

But that statement ” designing systems” is a mouthful. It is not easy to grasp. So, we use the waterfall as an example of a natural source of energy. Now we explain it again, that engineers design machines to allow the waterfall to move or operate machines to do useful work such as turning a wheel and loading a bucket of water for watering the plants.

So if you design contraptions that can effectively use natural power to do work, you are doing engineering design.

But one student argued that a simple farmer may be able to cut some wood and put it under a waterfall to divert water to his plants!.

I say, that’s right! But that is just an idea of what an engineer needs to do. Thinking, analyzing, calculation weight of water, bucket and other forces that would go against the force of falling water and many more needs to be considered for a large machine contraction to move wheels and irrigate land effectively. That’s where the engineer needs to do his real design.

For the project to materialize, other peoples need to work with the engineer. For instance, Profox Electrical Engineering Services provide connection of electric power to residential homes and businesses. This outfit, do electrical design of residential, commercial and industrial premises from service entrance down to the main panel and branch circuit.

You can find out more about the electrical engineering services provided here.

But electrical is only one of the aspect of a project. In construction of houses, there are other engineering professionals needed. To find out more click here.

So now, my dear students, do you want to be engineers?


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Our planet is worth saving. Let’s help to keep the planet green.

Fossil fuel and nuclear fuel are both beneficial to economic growth but also pollute the environment.
We need to shift to green renewable energy sources like sunlight, wind power, water waves and Earth magnet type which are not dirty and dangerous. All of us need energy and this is the type supposed to be economical to use.With modern solar systems, it would be a better alternative to these dirty power sources.