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FIT Rates may lose Investor Interest
RENEWABLE ENERGY
FIT Rates may lose Investor Interest

The recent release of the feed-in tariff (FIT) rates last Friday has brought upon much anticipation on the potential investors that may be made available in the Philippines. However, the released rates were surprisingly lower than the figures proposed months … Continue reading

FIT now in the Philippines
RENEWABLE ENERGY
FIT now in the Philippines

Probably as the local energy sector’s most anticipated highlight of the year, the release of the Philippines’ feed-in tariffs (FITs) by the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) has been met with both excitement and slight disappointment. Just announced last Friday, the … Continue reading

DoE Pushing for New Zealand Geothermal Power Advice
RENEWABLE ENERGY
DoE Pushing for New Zealand Geothermal Power Advice

The Philippines hopes to increase the running capacity of one of its most prominent renewable energy sources – geothermal energy. In a recent and very enlightening forum spearheaded by the New Zealand Embassy, the Philippines’ Department of Energy (DoE) had … Continue reading

Solar Power still being promoted, despite lack of FIT support
SOLAR ENERGY
Solar Power still being promoted, despite lack of FIT support

While the Philippines is still waiting for news on the proposed feed-in tariffs (FITs, which as to date, seems to be stalled), the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has made its intentions known on lending support to promising solar power efforts … Continue reading

Solar Panels cover up ADB roof
SOLAR ENERGY
Solar Panels cover up ADB roof

As one of the country’s prime advocates of Renewable Energy, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has recently converted its Ortigas City office’s roof into a powerful solar battery. Fitting 2,040 photovoltaic solar panels in its 6,640 sq/m roof, the use … Continue reading

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