The Department of Energy (DoE) unveiled at its headquarters in Taguig City on Monday an electric vehicle-charging station donated by the Japanese government in a move to promote efficient and environment-friendly transportation alternatives.

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MANILA — The list goes on. High-efficiency motors, photovoltaic systems, light-emitting diodes, power banks, coolers, and energy monitoring and control systems are some of the smart technologies the Department of Energy (DOE) is pushing for, so the country can save on energy, emit less carbon, that will eventually make businesses profit more.

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QEV PHILIPPINES is looking to install 100 fast chargers in SM malls and another 100 in Shell branches, in line with its target of putting up 200 charging stations by 2022, its president said.

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SM Supermalls has agreed to install around the country the fast-charging stations for electric vehicles of QEV Philippines, the tech start-up said on Monday.

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Following the go-signal of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) on the proposed modification on its distribution framework, the Department of Energy (DOE) has already kicked off rollout of the 3,000 electric tricycles (e-trikes) that shall serve as the government’s trailblazing initiative on the country’s electric mobility aspirations.

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The Energy Department plans to apply for a new loan from the Asian Development Bank to roll out the government’s electric jeepney program, a year after the government cancelled the loan for the electric tricycle program.

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LONDON - Electric vehicles are often labeled the "green cars" of the future but rising demand for the raw materials needed to get them on the road could increase the risk of slavery in their production, according to a risk analysis report on Tuesday.

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WHILE India seems to rock on to Electric Avenue, the Philippines has yet to, in Eddie Grants’s words, “take it higher”. But many in the local electric-vehicle (EV) industry are optimistic on its faster adaptation, mainly in the public sphere.

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MANILA — The Land Transportation Office (LTO) has clarified it can only determine the roadworthiness of electronic jeepneys which might be utilized as an environmentally sustainable mode of transportation to commuters.

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MANILA, Philippines — Running low on battery power while on the road? Soon, Shell gasoline stations will cater to a different market – that of electric vehicle (EV) users – when it starts offering battery charging stations in select outlets before the year ends.

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