“Pass it Forward…”
Sir Jay Rex Armodoval came all the way from Baguio City just to attend the training. He has his own business, a CEO of Aeon Life Marketing, he also does trainings for livelihood programs in their area. Still a little bit tired from the drive, all went good during the lecture and hands-on. He shared a lot about what he is doing and said that he will also do the same training that he learned here when he gets back to their place.
Lecture and hands on… very attentive and serious.
Framing his project…
And appreciating what he had done, proud and happy with his work, sir Jay is all smiles :)..
Testing his finished project..
After the solar seminar, sir Jay bought items that he can take back to Baguio, he will be using them for his own solar seminar/training there.
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Sir Romy Parco attended our solar seminar last April 24. Along with his companion Jessie Cabesa they came all the way from Naga just for the training, distance was not a hindrance for them to learn.
He sent us these pics. Isn’t this awesome? Sir we are proud of you and we are thankful that we have shared something important and useful to you.
After the seminar, he brought home a set of 6×6 solar cells, solar charge controller and other accessories used for assembling solar panel. This is the assembled 130 watts solar panel he made.
The hut where the solar panel will be installed.
Sir Romy, thank you for sharing these photos. More power po! Hope to see you again Sir Romy :).
They probably had to cross this river to go where that nipa hut is ^_^.
Sir Romy Parco with his companion, si Jessie Cabase came straight all the way from Naga, wow.. this is an example of distance is not a problem with those who wanted to learn more.
Sir Romy has a CCTV business in Naga City (haydencctv) and wanted to add solar business too.
Lecture and hands on of the wiring system..
Sir Romy inspecting my setup of my solar power system.
DIY hands on training on solar panel making started..
Testing finished project…
After the training.. Sir Romy also bought 1 set of 6×6 cells for a 130watts solar panel, including the accessories for their own system. (Note: post after this is their own 130 watts solar panel installed in a nipa hut in Naga City).
Sir Romy, sir Jessie, thank you for coming and good luck po in your new business :). More power!
A belated post, we have been so very busy lately that posting new projects had been delayed, our apologies to our followers.
This new project is a very easy one, in fact even a child can do this. My 11 year old was able to easily. Now I am going to show it here step by step.
How to make your own solar powered mobile/gadget charger.
10 pcs 52×19 mm solar cells
2 feet tab wire
USB module 500-1000mAh (note if using 500mAh can only charge cp)
For the frame this is what I used
Scrap glasses (2)
Aluminum tape to cover the sides of the glasses
60 watt soldering iron
Make 5 rows, 2 columns when tabbing your cells.
I think no need for further explanations on the pics below..
6 cells tabbed already here on the pic above…
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Sir Sir Ed Soriano from Makati and Lyndon de Leon from Antipolo City.
Sir Ed checking on my solar system :).. placed in my office for easier viewing, it controls the solar system of my house.
Hands on training on solar panel making started after lunch (lecture is held in the morning).
And finally testing their projects, which turned out to be perfect :).
Thank you sir Ed and sir Lyndon for coming, goodluck on your solar power installations :).
Learning never stops…
Well this is what I can say about the latest one on one Solar Seminar we had last March 30 with Engineer Ferdinand Omadto, Electrical Engineer and Professor of Quezon City Polytechnic University.
Sir Ferdinand came all the way from Novaliches to attend the solar DIY seminar last holy week. The venue is here at Tsarina Grand Villas, Gen. Trias, Cavite. He said he had been looking for something like this (solar training) for a long time now even asked the DENR, TESDA and Meralco if they conducted one, but unfortunately they are not offering what we are offering. It was a stroke of luck that he came to this website and saw the seminar/training that we have already done. So he contacted us and made an appointment to attend, and it happened last March 30.
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We conducted another one on one training with sir Jong Cruz from Paranaque last March 23.
Lecture started at around 9 am and hands on for DIY solar panel making started after lunch.
Every column is always tested for voltage output before framing the project. Photo below is the framing and the testing of the finished project.
Sir Jong, thanks for coming, hope we have shared something valuable to you. More power and God bless po!
Another one on one seminar was held last Mar 18 here at our office in Tsarina Grand Villas, Gen. Trias Cavite.
Sir Genesis Garcia who works at Gateway in Gen. Trias also, asked for a schedule on the seminar. He’s an electronics hobbyist/enthusiast who’s eager to learn more of technology.
Having knowledge in electronics already, he has very little assistance in the DIY part. Below are photos of the framing of the solar panel.
Almost like a perfectionist :). Skillfully checking if the cells on the frame are perfectly aligned. Good one sir.
Testing his project under the sun…
Good voltage and the test bulb lit! As you can see his project solar panel looked good too.
Sir Gene came again to buy more stuff for his project after the sem. Thank you po and hope we were able to satisfy you in our one on one.
Sir Mark William P. Herrera (right) came all the way from Pampanga just to attend the solar energy seminar, and sir Fred Tapulado is from Carmona Cavite.
Lecture and hands on of wiring system…
DIY training on solar panel…
Framing their projects…
Testing their finished projects…
Thank you po for coming hope you have learned something from us and hope to see you again also.
Well it was unexpected after the Feb 21 seminar we had another schedule the next day.
Sir Jacob Bolus who was an OFW came for a one on one sem last Feb 22. It was not a sunny day, infact it was raining during the sem, thankfully it stopped raining after sir Jacob finished his project and we were able to test it under the sun.
Sir Jacob said, that while on his way to our place he said he is going to ask a lot of questions, during the lecture most of the questions that he was planning to asked were tackled.. he said he was very much satisfied with what he learned from the one day sem we had.
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