THE government is pursuing an era of competitive energy investments through lower tariffs in an effort to make electricity more affordable to Filipinos, the Department of Energy (DoE) said.

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In observance of Energy Consciousness Month, Senator Loren Legarda encouraged Filipinos to practise energy conservation measures to save on energy resources and as a way to adopt a low-carbon lifestyle.

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MANILA, Philippines — Sen. Loren Legarda is urging Filipinos to practice energy-saving measures and has filed a bill providing incentives to companies that conserve energy.

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The Philippine government should start developing policies for public-private partnerships (PPPs) outside the energy sector to attract more investors, according to an Asian Development Bank (ADB) specialist.

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MANILA, Philippines — Today, no single energy source can fulfil the growing energy demand worldwide. People rely on energy for cooking, heating and lighting. Businesses and farms need energy to improve productivity and generate growth. And with the globe’s increasing interconnectedness and population, energy solutions that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and support energy security are fast gaining significance.

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The majority of senators approved on second reading on Wednesday a bill seeking to accelerate and modernize the permitting process of energy generation projects in the Philippines.

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SPANISH COMPANIES involved in transportation and energy projects in the Philippines will be backed by Spain’s Corporate Internationalization Fund, known as FIEM, a form of export credit facility.

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The Senate bill seeking to establish a one-stop shop for all energy generation projects has hurdled second reading.

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MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Energy (DOE) will integrate the work plans of European Union’s Access to Sustainable Energy Program (ASEP) in the country’s energy plan to provide sustainable energy to rural communities.

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The Philippines and the European Union (EU) will continue their partnership to provide sustainable energy to rural communities across the country, according to the Department of Energy (DoE).

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