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Computer Build — Part #5 — Power & Cabling

There is a lot of discussion on Power Supplies when it comes to computer builds — and like everything, it comes down to what you want and can afford. 275 more words


An Si5351-Driven QRP Amplifier

This work follows directly on from my initial thoughts on an Si5351-Based Transmitter. Check out that post for background. 

This week I finally got around to improving the transmitter/amplifier I started work on back in March. 353 more words

Lopez firms to source power from low-carbon suppliers

LOPEZ-LED First Philippine Holdings (FPH) Corp. on Wednesday said its two subsidiaries, Rockwell Land Corp. and First Philippine Industrial Park, will spearhead the group’s environmental effort by sourcing all their power needs from low-carbon suppliers.   24 more words


ERC allows MEI free access to Meralco system

The ERC has allowed Millennium Energy Inc. (MEI) to supply capacity to the grid using the distribution system of Manila Electric Co. (Meralco) without paying wheeling charges in the meantime to ensure supply in the Luzon grid.   29 more words


Incoming DOE Sec promises reliable but affordable power supply

Former airport manager and incoming DOE Secretary Alfonso Cusi on Saturday promised to ensure reliable, but affordable power supply.  Cusi was general manager of the Manila International Airport Authority and former director general of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines. Read more here.


Cleantech to build new hydro projects

Local renewable energy (RE) developer Cleantech Global Renewables Inc. is building 50 to 100 MW of run-of-river hydropower projects in the next two to three years, including a $30-million, 8.5-MW Jasaan run-of-river hydroelectric power project in Misamis Oriental, with an investment of US$400M.

Read more here and here.


Duterte to bust energy and telecom "cartels" 

Presumptive Prsident Duterte says he will open the energy industry to foreign investors to improve services and bring down power rates, one of the highest in Asia. Read more here.