Roundtable on Energy Security and Competitiveness

Roundtable on Energy Security and Competitiveness

1PM-5PM | March 17, 2017

Room 103, UP School of Economics

University of the Philippines, Diliman

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Time Activity References Video
1:15-2:00 PM  Registration    
2:00-4:00 PM Dr. Majah-Leah V. Ravago
Program Director
Energy Policy Development Program

 

Ravago, M. et. al. “FILIPINO 2040
Energy: Power Security and Competitiveness.
EPDP Working Paper 2016-01R

[Updated EPDP paper as of March 17, 2017]

 

   Usec. Adoracion M. Navarro
Undersecretary
National Economic and Development Authority
Comments on Energy: Power Security and Competitiveness. EPDP Working Paper 

  Engr. Jose D. Logarta Jr.
Energy Policy Advisor
Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities

 

 Logarta, V. et. al. “Getting Prices Right: 
Philippine energy policy should be guided by the country’s climate vulnerability. 
Preliminary review of FILIPINO 2040 
Energy: Power Security and Competitiveness” 

 

  Dr. Maria Socorro Gochoco-Bautista
Professor
UP School of Economics

 

Comments on Energy: Power Security and Competitiveness. EPDP Working Paper 

 

  Usec.  Jesus Cristino P. Posadas
Undersecretary
Department of Energy

 

Comments on Energy: Power Security and Competitiveness. EPDP Working Paper

 

   Dr. Christoph Menke
Professor
Trier University of Applied Sciences

 

 “FILIPINO 2040 – Energy: Power Security and Competitiveness, EPDP Working Paper 2016 – 01R. Comments by Michael Vemuri, GIZ, Chief Advisor Renewable Energy, With inputs from Prof. Dr. Christoph Menke, Trier University of Applied Sciences”

Additional comments by Michael Vemuri, GIZ, and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christoph Menke (July 2017)

 

4:00-5:00PM  Open Discussion

Moderator:

Dr. Agustin L. Arcenas, UP School of Economics

 

 

About the event

ICSC and WWF Philippines, in cooperation with the University of the Philippines School of Economics (UPSE), held a Roundtable Discussion on Energy Security and Competitiveness last March 17, 2017 at the UPSE in Diliman, Quezon City.

The discussion aimed to promote dialogue among academics, policymakers and experts on current trends, challenges and opportunities facing the Philippine energy sector. It started with the UPecon Foundation’s Energy Policy and Development Program presenting their working paper “Energy: Power Security and Competitiveness”, followed by comments on the paper and an open forum.

This page is a work in progress; transcripts as well as more videos will be uploaded here as soon as they are finished.

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