Philippines preparing rules allowing consumers to choose renewable energy sources

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Source: http://www.thinkgeoenergy.com/philippines-preparing-rules-allowing-consumers-to-choose-renewable-energy-sources/ The Philippines’ Department of Energy seeking public comments for final rules that would allow consumers to choose renewable energy sources for their electricity. By Alexander Richter Published on September 6, 2017 Source: ThinkGeoenergy.Com The Philippines Department of Energy has announced a public consultation on final draft rules that would allow consumers in the country […]

The Tayabas-Lucban Project

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The Tayabas-Lucban geothermal project occupies 75,006 hectares in the province of Quezon, straddling the municipalities of Liliw, Luisiana, Majayjay and Nagcarlan in Laguna as well as Lucban, Lucena, Mauban, Pagbilao, Sampaloc, Sariaya and Tayabas in Quezon. The project area is east of the Tiaong-Dolores geothermal project, across the Mount Banahaw Volcanic complex. Like Tiaong-Dolores, the […]

The Tiaong-Dolores Project

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The Tiaong-Dolores geothermal project occupies 49,167 hectares in the provinces of Laguna and Quezon, covering the municipalities of Tiaong, Dolores, San Pablo, and even Candelaria. Subdivided politically, Tiaong is made up of 31 barangays (small administrative districts), while Dolores has 16. The contract site is near two other geothermal plants, affirming that it is within […]

Red Core Expands Its Exploration

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Red Core continues to expand its exploration of potential geothermal sites all over the Philippines.   The Talim Island Project Red Core’s project is in the middle of Laguna Lake, on dagger-shaped Talim Island, which contains a shallow crater at its southern end, forming the southwest rim of the Laguna Caldera. Volcanic in origin, and […]