The Luzon International Premiere Airport Development Corporation (LIPAD), the private operator of Clark International Airport, has inked energy efficiency and facilities management contracts for the upkeep of the airport’s new terminal building.
After seven straight weeks of price rollbacks, motorists shall brace for an increase in the pump prices of petroleum products in the coming week. Citing oil trading in the past four days (August 15 to 18), an oil industry source told GMA News Online that the price per liter of diesel may increase by P2.00 […]
The Philippines’ new government of president Ferdinand Marcos will keep a moratorium on new coal-fired power plants in the country to avoid sending mixed signals to investors.
The listed subsidiary of PV project developer Solar Philippines is planning to add a 3.5GW solar farm to its 500MW system already under construction on the Northern Filipino region of Luzon, which the company claims would make it the largest PV project in the world.
Norway’s ambassador said the Philippines is a potential destination for Norwegian businesses, but their interest in renewable projects here will depend on the industry’s openness to foreign investment.
A “coordinated policy-framing” approach with member-economies of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is being eyed by the Philippines on its targeted nuclear power development, including planned deployment of small modular reactor (SMR) technologies.
Shell (LON:SHEL) has signed a collaboration agreement with Nickel Asia’s renewable energy subsidiary, Emerging Power (EPI), to jointly develop, own, operate, and maintain renewable energy assets in the power hungry Philippines.
The Department of Energy (DOE) will re-take “baby steps” and will push for “corrective policies” to entice fresh capital flow in the country’s upstream oil and gas sector, especially in areas not encumbered by territorial disputes.
Siemens Gamesa has secured a 70MW turbine deal for wind project in the Philippines, developed by Acen Corporation.
The Bataan Nuclear Power Plant can be operational in four to five years once all issues concerning the facility are settled, an arm of the Department of Science and Technology said.