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Consumers cannot lean on to any “price cushioning measure” as the Department of Energy (DOE) is sounding off this early that it will be supporting the proposed one-time hike of about P7.00 per liter in petroleum products upon the passage of the Duterte administration’s tax reform program.

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WALANG pumatol sa panawagan ni Atty. Vic Dimagiba ng grupong Laban Konsyumer na imbestigahan ang 
sunud-sunod na pagtaas ng presyo ng gasolina sa bansa.

Continue reading Dapat may giyera rin sa oil price hike

Rising fuel prices in the international market – primarily for coal, oil, and natural gas – had started pulling up average electricity rates again, according to power utility giant Manila Electric Company.

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Inflation accelerated to 3.1 percent in August, the fastest since April, mainly due to the higher prices of food and non-alcoholic beverages, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) revealed Tuesday.

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PRESENCE OF GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES AND GREATER TRANSPARENCY IN UNBUNDLING ELECTRICITY RATES ARE MAJOR SOLUTIONS TO LOWERING DOWN EXPENSIVE POWER RATES IN THE PHILIPPINES, ACCORDING TO THE LATEST DOE (DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY) REPORT.

Continue reading Gov’t subsidies, transparency are gateway to lowering PH expensive electricity prices

IT'S good that there is a crackdown on liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)-refilled butane canisters as time and again, it has been proven, that these are not safe. 

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The chairman of the Senate Committee on Energy is optimistic that more investors will be encouraged to closely look at the Philippine energy market as the government jump-starts the implementation of vital reforms to eliminate red tape in the energy sector.

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PRESIDENT DUTERTE IS SPEARHEADING THE PHILIPPINES’ ENERGY SECTOR TO UPLIFT THE ECONOMY AS HE CHANGED THE APPROVAL SYSTEM OF INCOMING POWER INVESTMENTS FROM THREE YEARS TO A 30-DAY TIME FRAME.

Continue reading Duterte urges DOE to approve energy investments with new economic reform

Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi led today the launch of the government’s “E-Power Mo!” campaign designed to empower consumers by providing them information and options on the intelligent utilization of energy resources.

Continue reading Cusi: ‘E-Power Mo! To Empower Energy Consumers

THE Philippines could potentially achieve $10 billion in savings and reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by up to 16 million tons within a 25-year period by optimizing its energy ecosystem assets, according to US multinational conglomerate General Electric (GE).

Continue reading PH to achieve $10-B savings by optimizing energy assets – GE

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