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Selected Completed Projects:

School Solar Water Pump System Project

The project was completed on September 5, 2003. The solar-powered pump water system provides clean and safe drinking water during the day to 400 elementary students and approximately 150 rural folks during the night. The pump dispenses water from a 100-feet deep well into a 30-ft elevated reinforced concrete water storage with a capacity of 14,000 liters, pipelined to the school buildings' faucets.

Now, the school children need not fetch water from a one (1) kilometer distance walk water source hence more time is being spent for their studies.


Urban Solar Water Pumping Station Project

The project was completed on September 24, 2004. The solar water pumping station is situated in an urban farm of Quezon City where the daily water production of approximately 14,000 liters irrigate the 2.3 hectares of the barangay’s vegetable and flower plantation. The ground water source is 100-ft deep, pumped into a 15-ft overhead storage tank. At the end of the day, the station also provides free supply of potable water to the neighboring urban residents saving them hundreds of pesos from private water-tanker deliveries.

The barangay government is now saving power cost in the vicinity of P6,000 to P8,000 per month for pumping two (2) electric motors for irrigating its vegetables and flowers planting livelihood project.


Panoon Falls Micro-Hydro Project

The Panoon Falls micro-hydro project provides an average of 700,800 kilo-watt hours
per annum to the 8,000 households in Impasugong, Province of Bukidnon. More
specifically -

Location: Impasugong, Bukidnon
Population: 32,000
Capacity : 100 kW
Flow: Firm Q90%= 0.08cms, Median Q50%= 0.30cms.
Gross Head : 120 meters, Net Head : 115.4 meters
Dam crest el : 625 masl
Tail Water el. : 505 masl
Weir height : 1.0 meter rubble masonry
Desilting Basin : Option for bigger area as pondage for peaking
Headrace: 0.5mX0.5mx20meters concrete box culvert
Forebay : Concrete
Penstock : 320 meters length by 300 mm diameter
Powerhouse : Surface andl above max. flood
Turbine Type : 2 x 50 kW Pelton with four jets to be connected with nearby 13.2kV
grid of local utility

Municipal Water Supply System Project

The Municipal Water Supply System provides clean, safe and filtered water from the river for approximately 10,728 households in Cavinti, Laguna. More specifically -

Location: Cavinti, Laguna
Population: 22,831
No.of Households: 10,728
Water Source: River
Flow rate, liters per second 12-15
Turbidity, NTU 5
Taste : Unobjectionable
Odor : Unobjectionable
Color, TCU 5
Maximum Pressure, psi = 150
Degree of Filtration, µ Less than10

Municipal Hall Solar Water Pump Project

The project was completed on August 3, 2005. The solar water pump system provides potable water supply to the municipal hall and other department buildings. The ground water source is 120-ft deep and daily water production is approximately 10,000 to 12,000 liters per day.

Rural Solar Water Pump System Project

The project was completed on March 2, 2005. The solar water pump system benefits ten (10) rural farmers with aggregate agricultural farm area of 27 hectares. The pump also supplies fresh water to eight (8) man-made fishpond of approximately 3,200 sqm. The ground water source is 40-ft deep and the pump produces between 25,000 to 30,000 liters per day. The rural folks no longer have to pump water by hand for their households use.

The barangay government provided pipelines along and across the farm area where water gets distributed to respective farmlands. The farmers are now saving substantial fuel cost of the traditional generator use in irrigating their farmlands on a 2-seasonal cropping. 

School Water Supply System

The project was completed on December 29, 2005. The solar pump system comes with 1024 watt-power solar array, and is situated in the university compound providing clean and safe water to faculty staff, students and neighboring farmers. On a bright day, the pump dispenses water approximately 30,000 to 40,000 liters per day in a well of 23 feet deep.

The populace no longer has to experience intermittent and inadequate water supply caused by recurring power outages.