Solar-Powered Success: Laus Group and Philergy celebrate the launch of two solar-powered buildings

Chairman and CEO of the Laus Group of Companies, Lisset Laus-Velasco alongside Mr. Jochen Staudter of Philergy, Matriarch Tess Laus, President Paul Tristan A. Laus, Executive Vice President and Group COO Alfie M. Adriano, key members of the Laus family, and the executive board.
PAMPANGA- As of 2024, the Philippines contends with some of the highest electricity costs in Southeast Asia, prompting an industry-wide shift towards the inclusion of renewable energy sources. 
With a more active and diverse mix of power sources, the country hopes to lessen its reliance on fossil fuels and develop a more robust and environmentally responsible power infrastructure.
The Laus Group of Companies (LGC), in conjunction with German-Filipino supplier of high-quality German solar systems, Philergy, have recently activated solar power systems in the main buildings of Carworld Inc. and Corporate Guarantee. 
Taking advantage of country’s tropical climate, the company finds efficient solutions for harnessing solar power and kickstarts its mission to lead a transformative era of sustainability in the region. 
The move to sustainable energy is essential to diversifying energy resources to reduce the country’s carbon footprint. Together, the two solar-powered systems can independently produce around 500 kilowatt-peak of power, which can result in up to 50% savings on electric bills.
“We at the Laus Group of Companies are dedicated to advancing environmental sustainability. We are committed to transitioning to utilizing renewable energy sources wherever feasible,” shared CEO and Chairman of the Laus Group of Companies, Lisset Laus-Velasco.
She highlighted the strategic shift to solar energy as an essential step in advancing environmental consciousness. 
Beyond the benefits to the environment, such as lower carbon emissions and the conservation of natural resources, Laus-Velasco also emphasized the low need for upkeep and extended longevity of solar panel systems. 
Furthermore, Laus-Velasco also teased future plans to install solar-powered systems in more Laus Group facilities across Luzon. 
“This is only the beginning. We will continue to find ways to operate our facilities wherever possible through alternative energy as well as projects that will help us become more responsible caretakers of this planet,” said Laus-Velasco. 
Setting a precedent for others to follow in its footsteps, the push for renewable energy sources highlights just how instrumental The Laus Group of Companies have been in continually transforming the landscape of Pampanga, making substantial contributions throughout the years to the cultural, economical, and social advancement of the province.