February 6, 2018

Viewpoint: Phil power rates high because consumers pay for energy security and environmental sustainability

From Mr. Kris Balibukel February 5, 2018 The recent past reveals that the country achieved high energy security (from a high share of indigenous energy comprising of Malampaya gas, a geothermal program that made the Philippines the second biggest geothermal […]
May 24, 2017

The RE Feed-In Tariff Dream that Turned Into a Nightmare for Consumers

David Celestra Tan, MSK 18 May 2017 How is it that whenever the government is doing something supposedly good in power, the electric consumers get screwed in the end? Just like the rest of the world, the Philippines had this […]
May 20, 2017

NIA eyes more hydropower projects

from  BusinessMirror – May 18, 2017 The National Irrigation Administration (NIA) said it is keen on developing and constructing more hydropower projects on its existing irrigation systems and future irrigation projects all over the country. Citing the previous studies it conducted, the […]
May 19, 2017

Citicore Energy entices customers to source power from subsidiary

By Lenie Lectura – May 18, 2017 from Business Mirror CITICORE Energy Solutions Inc. (Cesi) said on Wednesday it is in talks to lure in potential customers to source power from the subsidiary of Citicore Power Inc. (CPI). “Cesi is currently active in […]