Filipinos and Green Energy

People around the world are already aware of the benefits of using renewable energy, and Filipinos understands that very well also, but despite of knowing the benefits, many are still kept from its true potential due to relatively higher prices of technology. To...

Solar Energy Cheaper than Wind Energy

A lot of good achievements are worth noting as 2016 comes to an end, especially in the global energy market as solar power for the first time, is becoming the cheapest form of new electricity. There have been isolated projects in the past where this happened: An...

Solar Home Brightens Yolanda Victims

Thirty affected families from typhoon Yolanda in Costa Brava, Barangay 88 in Tacloban City just received their early Christmas gift from the Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities (ICSC), in partnership with the housing rights group Urban Poor Associates, the...

2GO Goes Green

The Philippines biggest operator for domestic ferries, 2GO Group, is now planning to use solar power across its whole fleet. The Manila-headquartered group operates eight fast ferries , as well as 13 ropax vessels. Two new 30m catamarans are currently being built by...

Largest Solar Farm in Batangas

The huge 160-hectare solar farm in Mount San Piro in Batangas province is doing a great job as the largest solar farm in the province. The province is known in the Philippines because instead of growing crops like rice or corn, this vast farm harvests heat from the...