Manila – Narada a global company known for specializing in energy storage, is coming to the Philippines. In a strategic partnership with IEZ Global and Dios Enterprise, Narada aims to address the Philippines’ issue with power storage.
“There is a clear problem with storing and providing power in small towns in the Philippines,” says Charz Kelso, Spokesperson of IEZ Global. “Narada, together with Dios Enterprise and IEZ Global, aims to work very closely with the Philippine Government by providing the knowledge technology to store energy and providing power even at night to those places.”
It was founded in Hangzhou, China in 1994 and has become one of the leading battery manufacturers and global battery suppliers of the world. Battery to electric cars and green energy storage are just some of the products they offer. The company aims to provide and produce environmental-friendly energy source for the country.
Narada actually first came to the Philippines 10 years ago and was the provider of batteries for Globe Telecom.
How did the partnership come to be?
According to Kelso, Dios Enterprise in Hongkong recognize the power issue in the country and it was brought to the attention of IEZ Global. Narada was then invited by IEZ to help with the solution.
How will Narada solve the existing energy problem in the Philippines?
“First is to bring electricity to far-flung regions,” Kelso said. “It costs a lot lower than any form of energy in the country. Low-cost is a by-product of the green-energy storage.”
Why the Philippines?
“Narada saw the opportunity to build a base from a developing country. Narada’s business is about producing environment-friendly energy,” according to Kelso. Together with IEZ Global and Dios Enterprise, they aim to see the Philippine become a leader of Green Living in Southeast Asia.