AirForce PH sent relief goods, water filters, and CALRIGER SolarRev ASOG Generators to CEBU for military and civilian uses.
Army PH hardworking team finishes restoration and rehabilitation of houses in Leyte.
Navy PH Brings Drinking Water and Relief Goods | Using several naval assets, the Naval Task Force 50 was able to deliver drinking water and assorted relief goods to remote islands in Cebu and Bohol. Deployed to provide assistance were; BRP Abraham Campo (PC 396), BRP Enrique Jurado (PC371), BRP Alfredo Peckson (PC 372), Patrol Boats 356 and 358 of 5th PB Division and the NAVSOU5 Special Boat Teams. A total of 32 remote barangays in Bohol with no access to potable water have been given distilled water and essential supplies from Tanging Yaman Foundation and other charitable institutions. : BRP Abraham Campo (PC 396)BRP Enrique Jurado (PC371)BRP Alfredo Peckson (PC 372)Sgt Laurice Paul D Bario PN(M) :
SolarRev Messiah SOG Portable Powerstation for Combat Ready Bases
As the Philippine Armed Forces continues to pursue peace and order missions in a challenging and rugged territories around the Philippines, a unified command strategy to create solutions to challenging situations related in hard to maintain base diesel generators, costly transportation of fuel from central base to off-grid bases just to ensure reliable and efficient power sources for these bases that use energy reliant military gears and base defense technologies. With all these challenges, the development of transport ready CALRIGER SolarRev Messiah SOG PowerStations for these military bases became the strategic reliable defense solution to answer these challenges. One of the problems of the military that the CALRIGER SolarRev Messiah SOG PowerStation solves was the difficulties of military truck convoy in their fuel transport coming from central base fuel depot for delivery to various off-gird military bases and before they can fulfill their missions they will need to travel various roads in mountainous areas with high risk of possible ambush and or accidents.
With the SolarRev Messiah SOG PowerStations, military bases can have reliable stored power from the Solar Sun Of God that they can use to power their military gears and equipment, making fuel supply for diesel generators a secondary power source option and will not require rushing its delivery.
Service to the people is the life of the CALRIGER SolarRev SOG Missionary Team: When disaster strikes the bravest men of the Philippine Army, 7th CRG CRS AFP together with our CALRIGER SolarRev Missionary Team have the clearest hearts to see and face the danger ahead as we feel the fear that Filipino people see infront of them, fear caused by blackouts and hunger that strike them.
Our Missionary Team makes facing danger as part of our lives, we go and face it as we conquer our fears and give people hope, light and do our best to protect their lives from these dangers roaming around brought about by these calamities.
– CALRIGER SolarRev SOG Missionary TeamCSRSOGM Team Headed by: Giancarlo Capco7th CRG CRS AFP: Headed by LTC Frank Sayson (Philippine Army)SolarRev Technology: ASOG2 and ASOG500
Capco, Calriger and Armed Forces of the Philippines Partnership Projects
Military soldiers and tactical professionals uses the SolarRev SOG Generators in their Off-grid operations and missionsGiancarlo Capco awarded as the best Entrepreneurship Student of the Philippines and represented the Philippines in the Harvard Business School’s World Business Plan Competition in Boston USA
Good technologies are developed when Military Research Centers, Civilian Inventors and Scientists work together for the betterment of the Philippines. This collaboration gave birth to the Pateros City Initiative Project the CALRIGER SolarRev ASOG2 Generator by CALRIGER Military Tech Division headed by Giancarlo Capco, CEO and Founder of Calriger SolarRev Technologies www.calriger.net
the SolarRev ASOG150-2 Generator powering rescue recon communication radio device