Consumer welfare group Kuryente.org is calling for the Department of Energy (DOE), Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC), National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP), National Electrification..
by Kuryente.org As Metro Manila re-entered COVID-19 alert level three, non-essential businesses are no longer allowed to operate; restaurants and social gathering places are allowed..
The Luzon grid had bouts of yellow and power alerts during summer, which caused brownouts in particular areas of Luzon. Officials said this is not..
Shifting gears and changing oil: Adopting electric vehicles to address the Philippines’ Energy Trilemma
The consecutive rounds of oil price increases that greeted Filipinos as they ushered in the New Year once again underscored the country’s heavy reliance on..
“We cannot always justify our opposition to more solar rooftop by saying the grid cannot take it. Sometime in the future, we have [to] modernize..
It is the mandate of EPIRA Law to disintegrate the function of Philippine Electricity Market Corporation (PEMC) and this gave way to the birth of..
Outlook: As the cost of global photovoltaic systems declines and the policy subsidies continue to weaken, many PV leaders in China, such as Trina Solar,..