Efficiency in buildings

Energy efficiency in residential and commercial construction in consideration of PV-hybrids and storage solutions in the Philippines Fact Finding Mission


Begin: 17/05/2021
End: 21/05/2021
Location: online
Field of application/technology: Energy generation, Energy storage, Efficiency in buildings, Solar energy, Energy infrastructure
Country of implementation: The Philippines
Target area: Asia, Southeast Asia

A fact-finding mission for company representatives and decision-makers from the Philippines to Germany from 17 – 21 Mai 2021 will enable you to gather first-hand information on energy efficiency measures in residential and commercial units using PV-hybrid technology and to establish business contacts with German companies. The fact-finding mission includes a networking event and on-site visits of best-practice projects.

Meet German companies

The networking event and information seminar will be held online from 17 – 21 May 2021. The event provides insight into the current situation, trends and prospects for German energy solutions with regard to energy efficiency measures in residential and commercial units using PV-hybrid technology. You have the chance to exchange knowledge with German experts and company representatives.

On the following days, you will participate in virtual on-site visits to see best-practice technology applications and/or measures. You will benefit from a comprehensive information and visitor programme designed to foster the transfer of expertise.

Representatives from state-owned and private companies, grid operators, ministries, public authorities and energy associations who want to gain a first-hand insight into German energy solutions are welcome to join the fact-finding-mission.

Germany is one of the G20 countries with the highest levels of energy efficiency and despite being among the countries with the least sunshine hours, Germany is one of the largest solar power producers in the world. With an installed capacity of over 49 gigawatt (GW) in 2019. Solar power has become the cheapest mode of power generation in Germany. Depending on the type of installation and the sun's intensity, generating one kilowatt hour (kWh) with solar panels can cost no more than 3.7 eurocents, it says. Costs for equipment and installation, the biggest factor for investors, fell by 75 percent between 2006 and 2017.

Contact for further information

To register and to obtain further information about the event, please contact the AHK Philippines.