Cagayan: The Dark Damage of “Lawin”

The devastation of typhoon “Lawin” left the Cagayan Valley region into six days darkness. Cagayan provincial capital, reputed to be the hottest city in the country with temperatures rising to 42 degrees Celsius, has become unbearable to most residents. The wind...

Philippines Solar Price-based Competition

As energy demand grows in the Philippines, the energy price is also growing and the solar industry has a strong role to play in the power mix. While significant utility-scale solar deployments peaked ahead of a deadline to qualify for the Feed-in-Tariff in March this...

Coal Energy Vs Clean Energy

The battle for cleaner energy is still on action, as a hundred protesters took to the city streets to press for a shift in the energy policy of the Duterte administration from one that the protesters said is heavily tilted in favor of coal-generated electricity to one...

Marikina’s Largest Solar System

The chase for cleaner energy remains aggressive in the Philippines. And just recently, St. Scholastica’s Academy-Marikina (SSAM) joined the growing number of solar power-equipped private schools around Metro Manila with the activation of its 204 kilowatt peak (kWp)...

Cagayan De Oro: 1MW Solar Power on Roof of Public Market

The 1-megawatt solar project is on the way on roof of a public market in Cagayan de Oro City. City council member and chair of the CEED, Mark Nacaya said “the entire solar project will be spearheaded by the City Economic Enterprises Department (CEED), which will cover...