The following areas have energy restored as of July 25, 2014.
As an early measure to address the imminent tight supply in 2015, the Department of Energy (DOE) headed by Secretary Carlos Jericho L. Petilla calls for smooth and preventive measures to secure the country from a possible power situation in the summer months of 2015.
In fulfillment of the Household Electrification Program (HEP), the Department of Energy (DOE) Visayas Field Office (VFO) organized a series of Solar Home System (SHS) installations and community consultations in the provinces of the Visayas region.
The Department of Energy, in conjunction with the National Electrification Administration, National Grid Corporation of the Philippines, and Meralco, has released the following updates on the power restoration efforts in typhoon Glenda-affected areas as of 8:00 p.m., July 18, 2014. The following also includes projections for power restoration.
The Department of Energy, in conjunction with the National Electrification Administration, National Grid Corporation of the Philippines, and Meralco, has released an update on the power restoration efforts in typhoon Glenda-affected areas as of 5:00 a.m., July 18, 2014.
The Department of Energy, in conjunction with the National Grid Corporation, Meralco, and electric cooperatives, has released a projection of the power situation for July 18 and 19 in areas affected by typhoon Glenda. #postGlendaPH
Accordingly this weekend, July 12-13, 2014, the 1,200MW Ilijan combined-cycle power plant in Batangas is scheduled for maintenance. The plant will undergo a procedure known as “pigging,” in which the plant’s pipelines are inspected.
The Department of Energy (DOE) organized a one-day symposium on the role of the Wholesale Electricity Spot Market called WESM101. The event was attended by representatives from consumer groups and business leaders with the objective to create a more unified and solid energy industry.
The two-day Visayas energy forum was attended by several key players in the industry namely: electric cooperatives, power companies and generators, legislators, and members of the DOE attached agencies. Local government units as well as representatives from the Department of Interior and Local Government were also present in the affair.
The Department of Energy (DOE) clarified that the race for feed-in tariff (FIT) allocation entitlement is on-going. The installation targets of run of river hydro (250 MW), biomass (250 MW), wind (200 MW) and ocean (10 MW) remain available. Earlier this month, the San Carlos Solar 13 MW Solar Project in Negros has been issued with a Certificate of Endorsement (COE) for the FIT Solar eligibility to the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC).