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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

Biomass plants rated at over 37MW could qualify for FiT

SEVEN BIOMASS power plants are scheduled for commissioning or completion this year, keeping them in the running for the reduced feed-in-tariff (FiT) rate of around P6.60 for each kilowatt-hour (kWh) they export to the electricity grid. 167 more words


SOLAR power developers have asked the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) to clarify the circumstances surrounding the issuance of feed-in-tariff (FiT) certificates despite reports of “inconsistencies” that unfairly placed some companies at a disadvantage. 150 more words


Rising feed in tariff (FIT) due to more wind-solar power

* This is my article in BusinessWorld last January 24, 2017.

Cheaper electricity and stable energy supply are among the important components to have fast and sustainable economic growth. 764 more words

Letter to ERC re petition by 3 wind firms for higher FIT

This is my letter to the ERC last month.

To: re-twg@erc.gov.ph, twg-re@erc.gov.ph

28 December 2016

Hon. Jose Vicente B. Salazar
Energy Regulatory Commission… 622 more words

Feed In Tariff

Europe's rising electricity prices as more wind and solar are added into the grid

More wind and solar plants, more expensive electricity. This is shown in Europe (this graph), shown in the PH. Feed in tariff (FIT) rates will rise from 4 centavos/kWh in 2015, 12.40 centavos in 2016, to 23-25 centavos/kWh this year. 563 more words