Alternative Fuels

Which car runs the farthest on the least amount of fuel? Or to put it bluntly, which cars are gas  guzzlers and which are not?

Continue reading Choosing a gas miser

Infrastructure conglomerate Metro Pacific Investments Corp. is investing P15 billion to build a waste-to-energy project in Payatas, Quezon City.

Continue reading MetroPac to convert QC waste into power

A RANKING official of Toyota Motor Philippines has pushed anew the granting of incentives to manufacturers and importers of alternative fuel vehicles, including hybrid units, to boost their massive adoption.

Continue reading Tax breaks sought for hybrid fuel cars

Sugar regulators have imposed fees and charges on bioethanol producers that use sugar-based inputs, citing requirements in the Biofuels Act enacted in 2006.

Continue reading Bioethanol producers slapped fees, charges

LEGISLATORS in bicameral session reached an agreement on Monday on the exemption of natural gas-fired power plants from the biofuels law, paving the way for plant operators to use diesel as their back-up fuel.

Continue reading Biofuels law amendments hurdle bicameral session

THE DEPARTMENT of Energy (DoE) has temporarily relaxed implementation of the required 10% bioethanol blend (E10) for some gasoline products due to a local shortage.

Continue reading Gov’t eases fuel ethanol blend rule

Insufficient ethanol production in the country has prompted the Department of Energy (DOE) to temporarily relax the 10-percent bioethanol-blend requirement in gasoline fuel.

Continue reading DOE freezes 10-percent ethanol-blend requirement for premium gasoline

The Energy Department has relaxed the implementation of the 10 percent ethanol blend for gasoline due to insufficient local supply.

Continue reading DoE eases 10% ethanol blend

The Pasig City government on Wednesday inaugurated what it described as the country’s largest facility for converting garbage into fuel.

Continue reading Pasig plant turns trash into fuel

Students, who were the stars in the Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2015 held in Manila, again showed how they are working for future mobility, designing vehicles that run on alternative forms of energy, or run farthest on traditional fuel. They call that “Smarter Mobility,” a term that has become part of many international motor shows.

Continue reading Filipino pride at Shell Eco-Marathon Asia


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