Solar power proposal

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This contains the justifications for going Solar instead of being at the mercy of your Power Utility companies. Feel free to customize to fit your needs.

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  • Bitstop Network Services Inc BUSINESS PLAN PRESENTATION
  • Solar Powered Data Center FIRST LOW CARBON FOOTPRINT DATA CENTER IN THE PHILIPPINES
  • Why Go Solar? Countermeasure for impending power shortage in PH by 2016 (or earlier) Savings on electricity costs as PH has the highest utility rate in Asia Lower deployment and maintenance costs due to Net Metering Law Low Carbon Footprint Operations
  • Looming Power Shortage
  • Increasing Yearly Demand for Power
  • High Cost of Regular Power 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 USCents China Hong Kong India Indonesi a Japan Korea Malaysia Philippin es Singapor e Taiwan Thailand US France Min 7.5 12.04 8 8.75 20 5.5 7.09 36.13 20.88 7 4.46 8 19.39 Max 10.7 24.05 12 8.75 24 52.2 14.76 36.13 20.88 17 9.79 17 19.39 Power Rates by Country Source: Wikipedia
  • Net Metering Implications No need for batteries. Reduces Total Solar installations by 30% Reduces Maintenance costs by additional 50%
  • Low Carbon Footprint Actually lowers Operational Costs Helps with Climate Change PR Value in Marketing Promotions
  • Capacity Requirements Current Consumption is 28.9 kWh Forecast is growth of 20% year on year Total Solar kWh needed : 28.9 * 2 * (1.2)5 Approx 150 kWh capacity
  • Sample Deployment Costs Phase 1 (30kWh) PHP 3.24 million Phase 2 (60 kWh) PHP 6.50 million Phase 3 (90 kWh) PHP 9.75 million Total for all 3 phases: PHP 19.49 million or USD 453,500
  • Financial Plan For Phase 1 (Principal: PHP 3.24 million) Yearly Interest Payment (3.5%): PHP 113,400.00 Yearly Yield on Solar : PHP 560,000.00 Yearly net savings: PHP 446,000.00 ROI of 7.26 years vs Solar Installation life of 20- 25 years
  • Resource Requirements South facing roof space for 150 kWh Net Metering Inverters Panasonic Solar Panels with highest efficiencies Capital Outlay to be disbursed in tranches aligned with phase rollout
  • Risks and Rewards Typhoons may destroy solar panels. (Mitigated by taking insurance coverage and extended warranties) Power rates may go down. (Unlikely) Power rates may go up. (Likely) Operational even during prolonged power outage due to triple source of redundant power (Utility, Solar, Diesel Generator)
  • Thank You Wilson L. Chua President Bitstop Network Services Inc. wilson@bitstop.ph +65 91014508

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