Drop Bunker Fuel, Use Renewable Energy.

Fishermen in Dagupan City, Philippines are encouraged to use renewable energy for their farms’ needs to reduce their independence on traditional energy sources, a BFAR (Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources) official said on Wednesday. Four years ago, BFAR...

GE in promoting clean energy in the Philippines.

In Bacolor, Pampanga― farmers are sowing grass to fuel a revolutionary move toward renewable energy. Napier grass is now being developed as a fuel source for a power plant under the auspices of Mayor Jomar O. Hizon. It was a coincidence that he met West Stewart,...

Luzon: World’s Most Expensive Electricity Rates by 2015

According to Manila Bulletin news, the country’s largest labor group warned that consumers in Luzon will soon to have to pay the most expensive electricity in the world. The government continues to present “band-aid” solutions to address the power crisis expected to...

What slows down the Philippines Business Growth

According to a recent study, clogged roads in Manila cost the Philippines 876 billion pesos or more than $20 billion in lost productivity and wasted energy each year. No improvements in infrastructure such as transport, energy and communication, which clearly brings...

ECCP urged Gov’t to help avert the impending power shortage.

To avert the looming power in Luzon, the European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP) proposed a five-point strategy aimed by summer of next year. According to Business World, ECCP Executive Vice-President Henry J. Schumacher, in a text message over the...