Tags » Feed-in Tariff

Size matters

As grid electricity prices continue to rise, the Victorian Government has also increased the solar export feed-in tariff.  At 11.3c per kilowatt hour, this more fairly compensates businesses for the excess solar energy they export to the grid. 66 more words

Commercial Solar

Solar Feed-in Tariff doubles from July 1

Victorian businesses installing solar PV systems from July 1, 2017 will benefit from a more-than-doubling of the feed-in tariff to 11.3 cents per kilowatt hour. 102 more words

Commercial Solar

More growth needs more Megawatts

Reposting an article in Manila Standard last Monday by a friend, Orly Oxales of Stratbase-ADRi.

More growth needs more megawatts
posted May 22, 2017 at 12:01 am by  Orlando Oxales… 679 more words

Ever increasing burden of FiT

I am reposting this article today in BusinessWorld by a friend, Paco Pangalangan of Stratbase-ADRi.


Just the other day, the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) announced the approval yet again of an increase in Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) rates to be collected from consumers. 821 more words

Feed In Tariff

Why the FiT-All is a burden to consumers

* This is my article in BusinessWorld today.

Last May 15, Transmission Corp. of the Philippines (Transco) presented at the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) its petition of Feed-in-Tariff Allowance (FiT-All) for 2017 of 26 centavos/kWh. 400 more words

The quest for more stable and cheaper electricity in the ASEAN

* This is my article in BusinessWorld last April 28, 2017.

High economic growth means high energy demand coming from stable supply and competitively priced energy, not unstable, intermittent, and expensive energy. 678 more words

Five myths of solar-wind energy

* This is my article in BusinessWorld on March 20, 2017

Variable renewable energy (RE) like wind and solar are far out from giving humanity sufficient, stable, and cheap electricity to sustain growth and fight poverty. 662 more words