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What companies receive FIT and by how much?

May 19, 2016.

This is the subject of my letter to the National Transmission Corporation (TransCo) last Monday. TransCo is a government corporation that owns all the transmission assets of the government. 644 more words

NREB submits 3rd round FIT for solar and wind to DOE

THE National Renewable Energy Board (NREB) on Friday submitted a recommendation to the Department of Energy (DOE) to implement another round of feed-in tariff (FiT) incentives to developers of solar- and wind-power projects.  Read more here.  


FIT-All, renewables and election 2016

* This is my article in BusinessWorld yesterday.

The increase in feed in tariff-allowance (FIT-All) has been approved by the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) recently. As a result, Meralco and all other distribution utilities nationwide will be collecting 12.40 centavos per kWh of electricity consumption starting this month. 913 more words

Feed in tariff means more expensive electricity

* This is my article inSPARK by ADRi last April  06, 2016

The Philippines has the unhealthy label of having the “second or third most expensive electricity prices in Asia” next to Japan and Singapore. 854 more words

Feed-in Tariff (FIT) PLTS - Jerman vs Indonesia

Kamis, 7 April 2016


Feed-in Tariff (FIT) adalah harga listrik per unit yang harus dibayarkan oleh perusahaan utilitas (dalam kasus di Indonesia PLN) untuk listrik yang dihasilkan dari sumber Energi Baru Terbarukan (EBT), seperti misalnya tenaga surya, menggunakan tarif/harga yang telah ditentukan oleh pemerintah. 501 more words


Renewables and the illusion of merit order effect

* This is my article in BusinessWorld last March 03, 2016.

When government intervenes in the pricing of a particular product or service supposedly to protect the consumers from “unwarranted” price hikes, or to pursue some social or environmental goals, the action tends to create more problems than what it intends to solve. 1,213 more words

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Australian regulators struggle with shift to an energy democracy

Here’s something we can all do,  click on the link to get more backers so that Greg Barber can make a difference for us:

“In Queensland, fixed charges have been lifted so far that households… 325 more words

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