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Argentine foreign minister to visit Philippines - Home » Other ...

Argentine foreign minister to visit Philippines - Home » Other ... | Renewable Energy - Solar | Scoop.it
Under the framework of the MOU, both sides are looking at benefiting from the exchange of best practices and experiences in priority areas such as biotechnology, agriculture, renewable energy and medicine.
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Spain bullish on Phl renewable energy - Philippine Star

Spain bullish on Phl renewable energy - Philippine Star | Renewable Energy - Solar | Scoop.it
Spain bullish on Phl renewable energyPhilippine StarWhile it is more popular for its annual bull running festival, Pamplona is also known as a city powered on renewable energy.
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Difficult road ahead for renewable energy sector - Inquirer.net

Difficult road ahead for renewable energy sector - Inquirer.net | Renewable Energy - Solar | Scoop.it
Difficult road ahead for renewable energy sectorInquirer.netThe renewable energy sector in the Philippines is in danger of “dropping behind” its five other neighbors in the Asean given the delays in the implementation of the necessary mechanisms...
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DoE now accepting RE project proposals - Inquirer.net

DoE now accepting RE project proposals - Inquirer.net | Renewable Energy - Solar | Scoop.it
DoE now accepting RE project proposalsInquirer.netMANILA, Philippines—The Department of Energy is already open to accepting applications from renewable energy developers wanting to get an allocation from the limited 760-megawatt installation target.
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DuPont Photovoltaic Solutions & Distributed Sun Collaborate on ...

Through its Solar Power Investment Companies (SEICs), D-Sunshine develops, finances, constructs, owns and operates industrial scale solar energy techniques during the United States. D-Solar and its SEICs offer all the ...
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Let the sunshine in - Manila Standard Today

Let the sunshine in - Manila Standard Today | Renewable Energy - Solar | Scoop.it
Let the sunshine inManila Standard TodayOn the industrial scale, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH, Renewable Energy Developers Center, and WWF Philippines argue that solar plants are faster to throw up than their fossil...
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Tourism industry faces climate crisis challenge - Business Mirror

Tourism industry faces climate crisis challenge - Business Mirror | Renewable Energy - Solar | Scoop.it
Business MirrorTourism industry faces climate crisis challengeBusiness MirrorAs the Philippines is already suffering from the impacts of climate change such as increase in frequency and intensity of tropical cyclones, sea-level rise, flooding,...
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One Million Solar Rooftops: Legislator's View of Solar Energy ...

The study, made by the consulting firm International Energy Consultants and presented by Meralco to the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI), revealed that with the exception of Japan and Singapore, ...
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SolarWorld Divulges Its Bleak Financial Outlook, Continues Trade Fight - Solar Industry

SolarWorld Divulges Its Bleak Financial Outlook, Continues Trade Fight - Solar Industry | Renewable Energy - Solar | Scoop.it
PV-TechSolarWorld Divulges Its Bleak Financial Outlook, Continues Trade FightSolar IndustryMeanwhile, imports from several other Asian countries, including Taiwan and the Philippines, rose significantly during the time period studied - possibly...
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Renewable energy and poverty - Manila Standard Today

Renewable energy and povertyManila Standard TodayCritics have challenged past and present Philippine power sector policy, which they say (with good reason) has saddled us with high contract rates for electricity, unfairly forcing consumers to...
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Providing access to rural electricity - Tempo

Providing access to rural electricityTempoManila, Philippines – The government is eyeing 90 percent household electrification by 2017 and 100 percent barangay electrification by 2015, through a two-fold approach: grid extension and use of...
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Green energy offers hope to Mindanao – Inquirer.net | Happening ...

Green energy offers hope to Mindanao – Inquirer.net | Happening ... | Renewable Energy - Solar | Scoop.it
(Cepalco), the country's biggest producer of solar energy, has remained bullish that with the right government support, 100-150 megawatts of clean solar energy can be online in the next three years, with the first 20-MW plant ready to supply the...
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Coal and gas it is, for now

Coal and gas it is, for now | Renewable Energy - Solar | Scoop.it
The threat of global warming has still not torn us from our dependence on fossil fuels.
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Global Geothermal News: Philippines:

Global Geothermal News: Philippines: | Renewable Energy - Solar | Scoop.it
Basic Energy Corp. of Makati City in the Philippines, said on Thursday it recently received the country's Department of Energy's (DOE) approval of its applications for geothermal renewable energy service contracts for three ...
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Time to shift to renewable energy - Inquirer.net

Time to shift to renewable energy - Inquirer.net | Renewable Energy - Solar | Scoop.it
Time to shift to renewable energyInquirer.netThis also jibes with the direction set by President Aquino, who has repeated in his policy speeches the urgent need to promote renewable energy.
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PHILIPPINES PRESS-Manila Electric eyes renewable energy - Inquirer - Reuters

PHILIPPINES PRESS-Manila Electric eyes renewable energy - InquirerReutersPHILIPPINES PRESS-Manila Electric eyes renewable energy - Inquirer. Tweet · Share this · Email · Print. Related News.
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Companies Collaborate on Solar Standards - Solar Power World

Companies Collaborate on Solar Standards - Solar Power World | Renewable Energy - Solar | Scoop.it
DuPont and Distributed Sun aim to facilitate PV project specifications to improve returns for solar system owners, investors and users.
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Philippines look for smarter, 'future-ready' electricity | Greenbang

Philippines look for smarter, 'future-ready' electricity | Greenbang | Renewable Energy - Solar | Scoop.it
The transformation is needed to become a future-ready energy provider “in an industry made even more challenging with deregulation,” said Marthyn Cuan, Meralco's vice president and chief information officer.
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Meralco to keep focus on coal-fed plants - Inquirer.net

Meralco to keep focus on coal-fed plants - Inquirer.net | Renewable Energy - Solar | Scoop.it
Meralco to keep focus on coal-fed plantsInquirer.netRenewable energy may be the world's solution to global warming, but the country's biggest power distributor said it would not divert from investing mainly in coal power plants, which generate more...
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The Threat of Solar Power « Stimulus Capital Ideas

The Threat of Solar Power « Stimulus Capital Ideas | Renewable Energy - Solar | Scoop.it
For some reason I suspect the fear of Australian utilities may be also the same in the Philippines. But unlike ...
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September 17-20, 2012: Renewable Energy Trade Mission ...

September 17-20, 2012: Renewable Energy Trade Mission ... | Renewable Energy - Solar | Scoop.it
Thailand and the Philippines are both poised to make significant impacts in the renewable energy industry and offer promising markets for the sale of U.S. energy products and services. ...
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Natural Disasters to Pose Greater Risk to Supply Chains in India, Bangladesh ... - Industry Leaders Magazine

Natural Disasters to Pose Greater Risk to Supply Chains in India, Bangladesh ... - Industry Leaders Magazine | Renewable Energy - Solar | Scoop.it
Industry Leaders MagazineNatural Disasters to Pose Greater Risk to Supply Chains in India, Bangladesh ...Industry Leaders MagazineThe effect of natural hazards taking place in the Asian growth economic systems of Vietnam, India, Bangladesh, Myanmar...
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Philippine Energy Policy Attracts Investors Domestic and Foreign ...

The Philippines wants to attract investors and developers to its booming wind energy industry. Through government incentives, favorable business climate its working. ...
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OPINION: Protectionism clouds over green sector | OFW Magazine

OPINION: Protectionism clouds over green sector | OFW Magazine | Renewable Energy - Solar | Scoop.it
Written by Opinions on Philippines News - Yahoo! Philippines News | August 18, 2012 | 0. Beijing (China Daily/ANN) - Coal will continue to power China's energy sector for a long time.
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Seemorerocks: Solar energy

Seemorerocks: Solar energy | Renewable Energy - Solar | Scoop.it
Haaretz,. 15 August, 2012. The global solar energy industry is dying a slow death. The industry which held such high hopes, and in which so many countries invested in recent years, is finding itself in a process of decline.
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