The Corregidor Eternal Flame of Freedom is the International Peace Memorial in Corregidor Island, Philippines. During the WWII, this island stood as a major defense outpost of Gen. Douglas MacArthur and the Allied troops. The 12-meter high Corten steel structure, which was designed by renowned Harvard-educated sculptor Aristides Demetrios, was commissioned to symbolize a flame for liberty, and a commemoration of the heroic struggle of the US and Philippines to preserve freedom for future generations.
WEnergy Global brought leading-edge engineering design to install a #clean energy -driven and reliable power management system to ensure that the operation of the #LED#solar#lighting system can operate just using #sunlight and with an autonomy of 2 to 3 days even during rainy periods. This builds on the integrated storage solutions aligned with WEnergy’s approach in its commercial and community smart microgrids. The power system is composed of 6 units of 350 watts monocrystalline panel in a total of 2.1kwp #off-grid solar PV system and #battery storage with 3 units of 150 watts LED floodlight. The project was made possible through the generous support of international and local partners: 7 Degrees of Change, the Coastal Defense Study Group, and the Georgetown Alumni Association of the Philippines. #Cavite#Philippines#smartmicrogrid#WEnergyglobal#CleanGridPartners#MemorialDay