Round-up News: Solar power donation from China to Philippines & more

Round-up News: Solar power donation from China to Philippines & more

Solar and wind power development have lowest climate impact

A study by team of international scientists revealed that both PV and wind energy are more favorable to low life-cycle emissions. This study was conducted based on combining simulations on energy, economy and climate models. See details...

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Ilocos Norte firms up commitment to clean and renewable energy

Laoag City, Ilocos Norte Philippines. The Governor, Imee Marcos has renewed her commitment for the clean and renewable energy during ASEAN forum held at Laoag City last week. The province of Ilocos has been generating around 280 megawatts of energy from renewable wind power, hydroelectric and solar energy. Solar power farm is generating around 7.9 megawatts on the province. See details...

Source: Manila Bulletin

 

China brings solar power to Antique, Palawan

Manila, Philippines. Chinese government will provide around 3,000 uints of solar powered LED street lights together with home solar system in Antique and Palawan provinces in helping the country to combat climate change. The donation will help promote usage of renewable energy for local communities. See details...

Read more at Phil Star