Philippines: Construction of 150MW Solar Farm Approved

150MW Philippines Solar Farm Approved The plan for Philippines solar farm has been approved by the Department of Energy for the province of Tarlac as part of government’s push to energize all households by 2022. The Philippine’s Department of Energy (DOE) has given...

Solar Powered Computers For Remote Schools

Philippines Solar Powered Computers To spread the evolving technology around the remote areas in the Philippines, the education department come up with a great idea by giving out solar-panel equipped desktops and tablets to public schools without electricity. “The...

The Help of Solar Power to Farmers

Farmers in Piddig, Ilocos Norte are the first to adopt an eco-friendly solar powered pump to irrigate their rice and vegetable crops in Ilocos Norte region. Everyday residents of Tanggaoan and Ab-abot save an average of 250 pesos by harnessing the heat of the sun, as...

PH’s Energy Future

With the rapid advancement of the world’s technology, we can’t deny that the future of energy is a sustainable and renewable energy systems coupled with large-scale harvesting of energy efficiency potentials. The Philippines should fit into this imagined future if we...

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...