ALLIANCE FORMED FOR SOLAR-POWERED COMMUNITY

  • Alliance Formed
Imperial Homes Corp. (IHC) has partnered with renewable energy developer Enfinity Group to build what will be known as the first solar-powered mass housing community in the country. Emma M. Imperial, president and chief executive officer of IHC, told reporters that the company will formally launch Via Verde located in the municipality of Sto. Tomas next year. “We will have 1,000 houses with installed solar panels on the rooftop. The grand launch will be on Jan. 14″ Ms. Imperial said in a briefing in Makati City. “We expect to sell all 1,00 units one year after the grans launch.” she added. The project entails a $ 1-million investment for the solar installation. Via Verde is a three-hectare property featuring row houses and two-bedroom townhouses each installed with 500-watt solar panels. IHC builds low-cost and socialized housing in parts of the Bicol region as well as in Las Pinas, Cavite, Batangas, Laguna and Nueva Ecija. – Business World -Claire-Ann Marie C. Feliciano

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All for Solar Powered Mass Housing

Imperial Homes Corp. (IHC), a company that has built over 15,000 homes including housing in the remostest parts of the country, signs a joint venture agreement with Enfinity Group, one of the world’s largest solar developers, to provide solar solutions to IHC’s mass housing projects. IHC, which will jumpstart with 1,000 solar powered homes in Batangas, pioneered the usage of solar power for its low-cost housing projects in the country.Toasting the new partnership are Enfinity Global Chairman Gino Van Neer, Enfinity Philippines President Dennis ibarra,IHC President and CEO Emma M. Imperial, IHC Chief Finance Officer Mariw Rowena Bunyl and IHC director Jacob Pena. – The Philippine Star Business

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Solar Powered Housing

Imperial Homes Corp.(IHC a company that has built over 15,000 homes including housing in the remotest parts of the country, signs a joint venture agreement with Enfinity Group, one of thr world’a largest solar solutions to IHC’s mass housing projects. IHC, which will jumpstart with 1,000 solar powered homes in Batangas, pioneered the usage of solar power for its low-cost housing projects in the country. Toasting the new partnership are; Enfinity Global Chairman Gino Van Neer, Enfinity Philippines President Dennis Ibarra, IHC President and CEO Emma M. Imperial, IHC Chief Finance Officer Maria Rowena Bunyi, and IHC Director Jacob Pena. -Malaya Business Insight

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