Tags » Bataan Nuclear Power Plant

To Be, or Not to Be?: The BNPP under Siege and Scrutiny

After being mothballed for 30 years, the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant is again under public speculations as the Department of Energy is reviving the possibility of the plant operating to suffice the energy supply of Luzon. 526 more words

Business & Economics

Nuclear Energy: Linchpin of a Successful Nation

Continuous energy price hike is one of the main reasons of why the Philippines is being plagued by poverty, in  fact, according to the study of the U.S. 339 more words

Business & Economics

CCPI urges government to revive Bataan nuclear plant

The Chamber of Commerce of the Philippine Islands (CCPI) is urging the government to immediately adopt the use of nuclear energy by reviving the mothballed Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP) to support the country’s competitiveness globally. 142 more words

News

[Statement] A Statement of Concern from the people of Bataan -NFBM

A Statement of Concern from the people of Bataan

The Nuclear-Free Bataan Movement stands firm in its opposition to the rehabilitation of the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP) located in Morong, Bataan in particular and the reliance on nuclear energy in general as this energy still remains the deadliest energy source ever invented by man. 475 more words

Human Rights

Bataan Nuclear Power Plant Rehabilitation Gets Go Signal From President Duterte

After saying that the Philippines cannot tap into Nuclear Power, President Duterte gave the go signal for the rehabilitation of the 620 megawatt powered yet mothballed Bataan Nuclear Power Plant. 102 more words

News Portal

CCPI backs use of nuclear power

The Chamber of Commerce of the Philippine Islands (CCPI), the country’s first and oldest business group, is batting for the use of nuclear power and of the mothballed Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP) to address issues in power supply and high cost of electricity as well as to support the country’s economic development. 33 more words

News