This week, the solar panels that cover windows at an air base in the Philippines are set to hit the market.
The panels were designed to provide energy to the pilot of the Philippine Air Force’s Sunroom Casement Solar Station, which provides electricity to the military and civilian population.
The facility is equipped with solar panels to generate electricity for military and residential buildings.
The Sunroom is a solar-powered photovoltaic system that converts sunlight into electricity.
It was designed to operate at a temperature of 0 to 20 degrees Celsius and generate a peak electricity output of 20 kilowatts per square meter.
In 2018, the base received nearly a billion dollars in funding to provide solar panels for military personnel.
The base is located in the central Philippines and the solar project was constructed at the Air Force Base of Pampanga.
The solar panels are expected to start shipping to the base in September.
The project has raised some controversy in the Philippine community due to its solar panel design.
A local resident, Jojo, was reportedly angered by the installation because it took more than two years to install the panels and he said that the solar panel system will be detrimental to the environment.
In addition, the panels require a continuous, continuous supply of power and the air base has no electricity.
“If the panels are used to power the base’s air conditioning unit, the units electrical system would be completely dependent on the solar energy and we cannot live without electricity,” Jojo said.
“The project is a direct threat to the sustainability of our environment.
We do not want to live in an energy-driven society.”
The Air Force says the solar installation will not affect the air quality and air quality will not be adversely affected.
“We are very pleased to have the support of the Philippines and to be able to support our Filipino Air Force colleagues and their families who are living under a high degree of pollution,” said Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Ricardo Paz, in a statement.
“Our service members will continue to use their Sunroom to provide air conditioning to the soldiers who live in the vicinity.
In fact, the Air Guard and the pilots will continue their daily missions using the Sunroom.”
The Philippine Air Forces Sunroom was developed in partnership with the Department of Defense’s Pacific Command.