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SPOTLIGHT: Cry Me a River

Indigenous livelihoods swim against flow of hydropower interests in Hà Giang, Vietnam

NGCP told to ‘practice discipline’ to protect consumers

Energy industry regulators are urging utilities to charge only reasonable expenses to consumer electric bills

Philippine power transmission monopoly NGCP questions rate review amid calls for...

Delays in the rate review process mean the NGCP will continue to charge transmission rates that critics have described as ‘excessive.’

Consumer group hits US-PH nuclear deal

President Ferdinand Marcos Jr said his administration sees “nuclear energy becoming a part of the Philippine energy mix by 2032”. 

Green group hits DOE’s ‘low and late’ target on RE

The group stressed the country's potential on renewables, pointing out that a diverse mix of resources could meet flexible power requirements

A Recap of Philippine president’s first year on green agenda

The true mark of green governance comes from the ability to implement laws, uphold people's rights, and protect the environment

G7 pledges to quit fossil fuels faster, but no new deadline

The language reflects the depth of disagreements among the allies on the balance between climate action and energy security

Sacking of officials sought as energy crisis looms

The Electric Power Industry Reform Act requires a two-year break before private energy firm executives can join DoE

Power blackouts hit 130 million people in Bangladesh

Bangladesh has suffered a major power crisis as a result of higher global energy prices following Russia's invasion of Ukraine

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