Transitioning to a new normal amidst the global pandemic isn’t just about adapting to safer lifestyles; It’s also about committing to sustainable habits and purchases. This is why many people are choosing to go green with environment-friendly options that are energy-efficient as well.
Many companies and manufacturers are adapting their products and services to fit the demands of the more environmentallyconscious consumer. In response to the need for better energy efficiency, Philippine GeoGreen’s latest Haiku fans are one of the many purchases that modern consumers will want to add on their shopping list.
Green products’ impact on manufacturing industries
It was only in the past few decades that concern over the environment caught the attention of several long-standing names in the manufacturing industry. Veteran brands such as Apple, Honda, Nestle are one of the largest enterprises that are recently advocating for sustainable business practices. However, you don’t have to go abroad to see how the green revolution is affecting local manufacturing industries.
Established in 2009, Philippine GeoGreen is one of the leading brands in the country that embraces the virtue of developing green and sustainable products for consumers who want to lead an eco-friendly lifestyle. Their focus on creating stylish and functional products makes them an excellent fit for homeowners who want to improve their home’s energy-efficiency and stylistic design. Their main products include Their Haiku L Series is one of their latest entries to add to the list of must-haves for green homes.
The cost of adapting to a “new normal”
Many companies and schools are opting to adapt to online workspaces and classes to adapt to the “new normal” of COVID-19. Because of this, many employees are in work-from-home setups, while students are overcoming the obstacles of online learning. The result of your electrical bill can blow up out of control with all the devices you have active in your home. You should expect a higher electricity bill if you don’t know how to budget your energy expenses, whether you have a simple laptop and a work desk or a multi-device rig with several monitors and other components.
The Haiku Series L’s strategic features for work-from-home environments
Similar to other entries in the Haiku Fans product line, the Haiku L Series focuses on superior energy-efficiency while adding an aesthetic improvement to any room. Its ergonomic design can cool rooms without a fraction of the cost of air conditioning units. With a max wattage of 36 to 55 watts and seven airflow settings, it’s considerably cheaper in energy expenses compared to traditional ACs. It has a minimum speed of 35 RPM for a light breeze. Additionally, it can go as fast as 262 RPM for extremely humid afternoons n the Philippines. This can make a substantial improvement in the overall temperature of a room down by 6 degrees.
Besides its variability in speed, one of the many features of Haiku fans is that they guarantee a silent operation. This is a benefit to people who don’t want the silent buzz of the AC unit or electric fan to interrupt their video conference calls. These fans can fit any indoor environment, from your living room to your master bedroom, with the smallest at 112 cm in diameter with its largest fan at 152cm.
It contains durable hybrid-resin aerofoils which come in black or white finish, which is perfect for any interior motif. With its added hands-free control through the Haiku mobile app, you can use your smart devices to access its controls through your wi-fi.
The threat of COVID-19 revealed how sustainability is the key to moving forward in today’s economy. Businesses who aren’t able to adapt to the obstacles of the economic downturn have had to shut down or reduce their operations. As for homeowners, the difficulty of adapting to the work-life balance is one of the many struggles of these home-based work setups. Starting the change for sustainability and green practices at home is one of the best ways to overcome and triumph over the current socio-economic climate.
WORDS: Gerald Manuel