MANILA, Philippines — Despite the slowdown caused by COVID-19, the Philippine power sector bounced back and nearly returned to pre-pandemic levels in 2021.
MANILA, Philippines — The cost of damage on the facilities of electric cooperatives due to Typhoon Odette (international name: Rai) has reached P2.5 billion, the National Electrification Administration (NEA) reported on Monday.
The Philippines department of energy has approved the application of Linseed Field Power Corp. to construct, expand, rehabilitate and modify its integrated LNG import terminal in Batangas City, Manila Standard reported on December 31.
THE Department of Energy (DoE) said on Monday that it is seeking a system audit of the power sector after Typhoon Odette (international name: Rai) did extensive damage to the industry.
CEBU CITY – Eighteen days after Typhoon Odette, the Visayan Electric Co. on Monday reported that 28 percent of the 474,182 households and establishments in Metro Cebu have been reenergized.
MANILA – The Industrial Technology Development Institute (ITDI) has developed a power backup system for use during outages.
The provincial office of the Department of Trade and Industry sends 69 show-cause orders to supermarkets and groceries amid complaints of overpricing
The government has so far collected more than P320 billion in duties and taxes through its fuel-marking program, data from the Finance department showed. Data released by the Finance department on Monday showed that the actual P324.45-billion tax take from Sept. 4, 2019 to Nov. 26, 2021 was equivalent to 29.81 billion liters of marked fuel […]
MANILA, Philippines – The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) said 87% of power transmission lines have been restored in areas affected by Typhoon Odette, but distribution facilities need fixing before electricity can return to households.
MANILA – Bringing back the electricity in Bohol has been a challenge for the Department of Energy (DOE) Task Force on Energy Resiliency (TFER), but power in the province is expected to be back late Wednesday night or by Thursday morning.