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Feed-in-Tariff (Upfront Tariff)

Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) is designed to accelerate the investments in Renewable Energy. Historically it is started by Germany to accelerate the adoption of renewable energy resources in the country.  186 more words


TransCo and the big beneficiaries of feed in tariff

* This is my article in BusinessWorld last July 20, 2016.

The Philippines’ expensive electricity prices in Asia — second only to Japan — was highlighted once again in a paper by The Lantau Group (TLG) during the Asia Clean Energy Forum (ACEF) 2016 at the ADB last June. 811 more words

PetroSolar gets ERC OK for FIT eligibility

PetroSolar Corp. has clinched regulatory approval for a guaranteed payment for its 50-megawatt (MW) solar power plant, adding to a list of assured revenue streams for the company. 31 more words


Wind power firms corner billions of FIT money

* This is my article in BusinessWorld last Wednesday.

From an introductory price hike of 4.06 centavos/kWh of Feed In Tariff Allowance (FiT-All) in 2014, this subsidy scheme of guaranteed price for 20 years became 12.40 centavos/kWh in 2016. 901 more words

Why I Can't Wait For The Solar Rebates To End

I’m sure the title grasped your attention if you have or are looking at Solar PV for your home or property. Wither you install a system on your rooftop that is Grid Connected which is a system that generates a Feed In Tariff  or Offgrid system which stores your power during the day making it available at night  505 more words

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PSPA urges Cusi to probe FiT allocation process

THE PHILIPPINE Solar Power Alliance (PSPA) has called on new Energy Secretary Alfonso G. Cusi “to conduct a thorough inquiry” into the process used in issuing certificates of endorsement for the 17 solar power developers that made it to the second round of feed-in-tariff (FiT) allocation.  102 more words