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No foreign interest yet in geothermal projects

THE Energy department has yet to receive applications from foreign investors interested in geothermal and biomass projects, officials said Monday, two months after geothermal was opened up to 100% full foreign ownership.

DoE evaluating renewables applications covering 1,479 megawatts

THE Department of Energy (DoE) said Tuesday that it has received 44 applications for renewables service and operating contracts linked to projects with the potential to generate 1,479 megawatts (MW).

EDC bags top honors at 55th Anvil Awards

Towards growth and progress for all By Bjorn Biel M. Beltran One of the most biting criticisms of capitalism is the resulting inequality of urbanization and...

Developments in actualizing the country’s future electric power sector masterplan

Last year, several yellow alerts and occasional red alerts were issued in the Luzon grid, causing unexpected shutdown of power plants and eventually great...

How reliant is the Philippines on renewable energy?

By Christine Joyce S. Castañeda, Senior Researcher Renewable energy resources — which include geothermal, hydropower, biomass, solar and wind — accounted for 25% of the...

Energizing a nation

Electricity consumption in the Philippines continues to grow every year, and in 2017, it reached a new peak of 94,370 gigawatt hours (GWh), latest...

PetroEnergy’s geothermal project cleared for WESM

By Victor V. Saulon, Sub-editor PETROENERGY Resources Corp. on Friday said its geothermal power unit had secured approval to participate in the wholesale electricity spot...