SWITCHING TO A MORE SUSTAINABLE AND RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCE
In the 21st century solar energy is expected to become increasingly attractive as a renewable energy source because of its inexhaustible supply and its nonpolluting character. Aside from being a social enterprise with a mission to create jobs for the citizens of rural areas in the Philippines we also empower the use of renewable energy using the latest technology if not to obsolete but lessen the waste we produce that affecting our planet and contributing to it's rapid destruction. Solar is a clean, renewable source of energy that can help reduce carbon dioxide emissions and lower our impact on the natural environment. Unlike traditional fossil fuels like coal and oil, solar energy does not lead directly to pollutants (like carbon dioxide) being released into the atmosphere and water supply. Even compared to nuclear energy, solar comes out on top in terms of being a more environmentally friendly solution.
It can also provide electricity to other remote places in our country that have no access to stable connection to electricity. Given that it's price is continuously dropping because of popularity and new technology, through the months or years of using solar energy we can see a big drop in our electricity bills.
GROWING OYSTER MUSHROON IN RECYCLABLE BOTTLES USING JAPANESE TECHNOLOGY
The traditional way of cultivating oyster mushroom through plastic bags works great but these one-use Polypropylene (PP) or High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) bags are far from the most environmentally friendly way to grow. In our neighboring countries like Japan, mushroom cultivation in bottles is existing for decades now and it's starting to be popular because of its reliable, less waste and eco-friendly way of growing mushroom.
Experimenting new ways and ideas of growing mushroom in combination of our traditional and new technologies to find the best options that is renewable and sustainable, less waste and not destructive but still contribute to our advancement