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CounterPoint: Our Rates are high because of Sweetheart Deals with Sister Generators and of Anomalous PBR rate methodology by ERC.

David Celestra Tan, MSK
9 February 2018

(This is MSK’s response to the viewpoint of Mr. Kris Balibukel  on our article Coal or LNG is not an either or question posted on December 5, 2017)   588 more words

Matuwid Na Singil Sa Kuryente (MSK)

Selling power for... what?

Feed-in tariff (FIT, standard offer contract, advanced renewable tariff or renewable energy payments):

Feed-in tariff is a policy mechanism designed to accelerate investment in renewable energy technologies.

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Renewable Energy

Energy favoritism under TRAIN

* This is my column in BusinessWorld last December 19, 2017.

The recently approved tax reform for acceleration and inclusion (TRAIN) by the Congressional Bicameral Committee exhibits a number of favoritism for some energy products and players while penalizing others. 658 more words

Take Control

Did you know that electricity prices rose 11% nationally in 2017?  And that Victorians are up for a forecast 18% rise in electricity prices in 2018? 106 more words

Commercial Solar

Renovate & Save

Are you planning to renovate your home on the Mornington Peninsula?  You are already including energy efficient LED lighting and insulation.  What about solar?

Adding a solar system to the build is a relatively minor cost addition that will reduce your energy bills and carbon footprint for 25 years to come. 53 more words

Commercial Solar

One size does not fit all

The most visible part of solar systems is the panels. It’s critical to use the right panel to suit your needs & budget.  One size does not fit all. 82 more words

Commercial Solar

Alex Magno on FIT and renewables

Reposting an article today by Alex Magno in Philippine Star.


A businessman-friend sent me a message the other day, railing about how the P18 billion raised through Feed-in Tariffs (FIT) charged electricity consumers could have been used to build a chain of recharging stations in the metropolitan area. 458 more words