The Department of Energy is fast-tracking the project to achieve the target household electrification by end of 2017.
Through this government intervention, the country will be able to triple its installed renewable energy capacity by 2030.
The task force ensures that there will be adequate, stable, and reliable power supply before, during, and after the 2016 elections.
Butane canisters are not intended nor designed to be refilled, more so with LPG.
The Department of Energy has awarded financial assistance to various electric cooperatives to power more than 30,000 households nationwide.
The Department of Energy pursues energy resiliency not only in the Philippines but also among its neighboring and trading nations.
The Department of Energy (DOE): Competitive Selection Process (CSP) fosters transparency, enhances security of supply, and ensures stability of electricity prices to captive electricity end-users in the long-term.
Read the full list of areas without power due to Lando for October 19.
Read the full list of areas without power due to typhoon Lando for October 18.
Strengthening the nation’s campaign in ensuring the safety of the Filipinos in their utilization of petroleum products, the Department of Energy (DOE) lead by Secretary of Energy Carlos Jericho L. Petilla launched six Oil Industry Management Bureau (OIMB) Mobile Testing Vans at the DOE grounds last September 1, 2014.
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