The Philippines’ location along the Pacific Ring of Fire makes the country prone to earthquakes and typhoons. It experiences an average of 20 typhoons a..
The Department of Energy’s Philippine Energy Plan states that there is a need to develop oil, gas and coal resources in order “to ensure energy..
Fossil fuels make up majority of the energy source in the Philippines and other parts of the world. According to the Philippine Energy Plan, it..
Over the years, the Philippines has become one of the hubs for electricity and battery operated vehicles. The country’s e-jeepney is the very first in..
People consume energy every day. When you turn on the lights or your television, there is electricity. There is a certain standard of living humans..
Humans have a way of improving their standards of living through technological advancements and scientific discoveries. For instance, the industrial revolution has paved the way..
The Philippines receives an average of 5 kWh/m2 of irradiance, or solar power. Being a tropical country means it is able to receive more..
The demand for energy increases as the world’s population swells. Although there are various energy sources available, the idea of sustainable energy has been making..
For many years, the Philippines has solely relied on imported oil and coal-fired power plants for energy. This has not only driven up electricity costs,..
Former chairman of the Senate Committee on Environment and Natural Resources Miguel Zubiri said the Philippines is now the leading player among the 10 members..