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FIT Rates may lose Investor Interest
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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

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FIT now in the Philippines
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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

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DoE Pushing for New Zealand Geothermal Power Advice
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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

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DOE looks forward to US Assistance
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DOE looks forward to US Assistance

As a probable way of gaining more information from renewable energy experts, the Philippines’ Department of Energy (DOE) has made its intentions known on seeking help from various agencies, particularly those from the United States and the Asian Development Bank … Continue reading

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Renewable Energy Trust Fund to be Developed
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Renewable Energy Trust Fund to be Developed

To help promote the research and development of various renewable energy projects that may be implemented in the country, the Philippines’ Department of Energy (DOE) has recently made the necessary steps on setting up a trust fund. Termed as the … Continue reading

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Mindanao to include Renewable Energy in School Curriculum
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Mindanao to include Renewable Energy in School Curriculum

In teaching the importance of a certain subject, it is vital for information to be disseminated at the earliest ages of a student’s life. It is also doubly important to teach skills that apply to practical and contemporary events, to … Continue reading

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Ethanol Biofuel a Promising Local Project
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Ethanol Biofuel a Promising Local Project

Negros Occidental has recently taken advantage of a renewable energy power source. As provided by the diverse and successful company, the San Carlos Bioenergy Inc., ethanol fuel extracted from sweet sorghum juice has provided both a source of income and … Continue reading

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Bank Conglomerate aims to invest on local RE
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Bank Conglomerate aims to invest on local RE

      BPI Globe BanKO, a mobile-based Filipino bank that is owned and managed by three major corporations – the Bank of the Philippine Islands, Ayala Corporation and Globe Telecom – has recently sourced out funds from a World … Continue reading

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Clean Coal Plants given Go Signal
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Clean Coal Plants given Go Signal

          To help alleviate the looming power crisis that the country is facing (in terms of Mindanao power outage, power rate hikes, etc.), the Philippines’ Board of Investments (BoI) have approved two major power projects. The … Continue reading

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Environmentalists continue to oppose Nuclear Power Plant in the Philippines
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Environmentalists continue to oppose Nuclear Power Plant in the Philippines

          Environmentalist and party-list groups are opposing the plans of putting up a Nuclear Power plant in the country since this might be dangerous because earthquakes are likely to occur in the Philippines. Philippine Rural Reconstruction … Continue reading

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