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Firm adopts DOST technologies to step up green charcoal production

December 01, 2017
A Pampanga-based green technology firm recently acquired technologies from the Department of Science and Technology's Forest Products Research and Development Institute (DOST-FPRDI) to improve its gre ...

Inventor turns cooking oil into biofuel

December 01, 2017
Used cooking oil maybe harmful to health but a little bit of science can turn it into an environment savior. This is exactly what Davao-based Emiliano Quitiol, an inventor, found out way back in 2003 ...

DOST-FPRDI helps develop green charcoal

November 07, 2017
Top: Dried bana grass stalks ready for processing. Bottom: DOST-FPRDI's Mr. Calixto Lulo and Engr. Amando Allan Bondad (center and right, respectively, in left photo) show Mackay's Mr. J ...

Public urged to choose renewable energy

March 31, 2017
Participants from the academe, private, and government sector pose for a picture with the speakers during the Renewable Energy for Agriculture Symposium. The recent developments and changes we are ...

Largest solar farm in PH to rise in Tarlac town

March 19, 2017
A P10-billion solar project that can supply power to 300,000 households is set to rise in Concepcion Tarlac. At the ceremonial groundbreaking of the 150-MW Tarlac solar farm, with the first ‘Made i ...

DOE mulling deployment of e-vehicle charging terminals in gas stations

February 23, 2017
Department of Energy (DOE) secretary Alfonso Cusi said on Tuesday, Feb. 23, the agency is closely studying the viability and safety of e-vehicle charging terminals in gasoline stations. A solar cha ...

New energy management technology for local MSMEs introduced

February 03, 2017
Engr. Rheymar D. Barroga of WattSmart emphasizes the importance of energy audit, energy consumption and energy management in every business. DUMAGUETE CITY (February 3, 2017) – An award-winning ene ...

Use of solar rooftops lowers monthly electric bill

September 16, 2016
NEGROS OCCIDENTAL, Sept. 16 (PIA6) - - Greenpeace Philippines, together with Climate Reality Project Philippines pushed use of solar rooftops and urge Negrenses to solarize homes and offices. The for ...

Marine scientist eyes R&D on ocean energy

August 18, 2016
MANILA, Philippines - A marine scientist based in academe is urging the Philippines to pour investments into ocean energy resource research and development. Laura David of the University of the Phili ...

Palawan to light up remote homes using solar-powered system

August 11, 2016
PUERTO PRINCESA CITY — Remote villages in the hinterlands of Palawan will soon have their homes fitted with solar home system (SHS) units for their power requirements. Photo credit: Sunlabob "Th ...



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