Anticoal Protest in Pangasinan

Residents in Sual Pangasinan opposed the construction of a second coal-fired power plant in their town. Philippine Movement for Climate Justice (PMCJ) area coordinator, Valentino de Guzman said “my group would fight with residents here to stop the proposed $1-billion...

Solar Farm Projects are Seen Out in The Race for Feed-in-Tariff

Due to non-compliance with required level of completion and ownership concerns, three solar farm projects are planned to build for the race for feed-in-tariff (FIT) incentives. It was said that a letter has been sent to Energy Secretary Alfonso G. Cusi about the...

Mindanao: Soon to Have Solar-powered Irrigation System

A huge change in agricultural electricity is coming to Barangay New Janiuay, M’lang, North Cotabato as solar-powered irrigation system and circular fish and vegetable tanks is set to be fully operational this December. The project was disclosed in an interview...

Solar Power is the Key to Sustainability for Poor Households

There was a market vendor who approached a solar company to have solar lights installed in her home and the social enterprise cut into her roof and installed a glass tile. The woman, who sells food in the market during night, only wants to have a light for her to...

2000 MW Power Project for the Philippines

11 projects has already been cleared by the Department Of Energy, with approximately 2,000MW in capacity for grid impact studies in October. Data shows that these 11 projects are capable of generating 1,877.9 MW of power. Among of the 11 projects, 8 of these are all...