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118 Nations Commit To Triple Renewable Energy By 2030 At COP28

More than 100 countries unite to triple renewable energy capacity and double energy efficiency by 2030 in a historic climate commitment.

Mindanao Gears Toward 50% Renewable Energy Mix By 2030

Mindanao aims for a 50% renewable energy share by 2030, surpassing the national target and leveraging its abundant natural resources.

House Pushes For Creation Of PH Atomic Energy Regulatory Body

Philippine House approves HB 9293, advancing the creation of PhilATOM and ensuring a comprehensive legal framework for safe nuclear energy use.

Remote Palawan Island Villagers Get Solar-Powered Boat From USAID

The United States Agency for International Development and Oceantera Energy launched a solar-powered banca to enhance transportation and energy security for Coron Town’s island residents.

PH Needs To Reverse Declining Renewable Energy Share In Energy Mix

The Philippines’ declining renewables trend must be reversed amidst global geopolitical conflicts and price volatility.

Chinese Firm To Build 2 Solar Projects In Luzon

China energy firm powers up green energy transformation in the Philippines with two new solar projects.

CCC Lauds Approval Of 5 Projects For Local Climate Change Adaptation

People’s Survival Fund Board approved more than Php500 million for five adaptation projects, highlighting the importance of local action in the face of climate change.

Cebu Business Sector Plots Compliance With Plastic Waste Law

The business community in Cebu joins forces with local government units to tackle the plastic waste management challenge.

90% Of PHP470 Billion Worth Of FDIs Allotted For Renewable Energy Projects

Foreign investments surge towards renewable energy projects in the Philippines, acknowledging President Marcos Jr.’s overseas trips and business-friendly policies.

Solar Firm Signs Debt Settlement Deal With Ilocos Norte Town

Burgos’ local government made a deal with solar farm developers, allowing debt payment and continued operations, a win-win for renewable energy and municipal finances.