Damaged Power Infra by Maring and Lannie Almost Fully Operational –DOE
Published on Friday, 15 September 2017

(Taguig City). Power infrastructure and facilities in areas affected by typhoons Maring and Lannie will all be back in operation soon, with power already restored in 456 or 57 percent of the affected barangays as of Friday, according to the reports submitted to the Department of Energy (DOE).

Generally, the generation, tr... Read more

DOE Aims for More Women in the Energy Sector
Published on Friday, 15 September 2017

(Taguig City). More women should be involved in the energy sector for gender balance and thus make it more responsive to the requirements of nation-building.

This was emphasized by Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi as the Department of Energy (DOE) ramped up its program to introduce students to possible careers in the energy sector. 

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E-Power Mo: E-Safety Mo, E-Secure Mo, E-Diskarte Mo Presentations (Marco Polo Hotel, Cebu City)
Published on Thursday, 14 September 2017

Energy Investment Forum and and Stakeholders Conference
Marco Polo Hotel, Cebu City
07 September 2017

Energy Investment Forum

DOE: No Major Damage on Energy Facilities Due to Typhoons
Published on Wednesday, 13 September 2017

(Taguig City). The Department of Energy (DOE) on Wednesday reported that Typhoons Maring and Lannie did not cause a major damage on power infrastructure.

Based on the energy family's reports, all power generation plants within the paths of the two typhoons were running under normal condition.

Power transmission facilities an... Read more

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