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Presentation of the Department of Energy on the Philippine electric power industry.

 

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The Energy Policy and Development Program (EPDP) of the UPecon Foundation wrote the working paper "Filipino 2040 | Energy: Power Security and Competitiveness" (2016 - 01R), which was presented by EPDP program director Dr. Majah Leah Ravago at the round table discussion organized by ICSC and WWF Philippines in cooperation with the University of the Philippines School of Economics.

Getting Prices Right: Philippine energy policy should be guided 
 by the country’s climate vulnerability

Preliminary review of FILIPINO 2040 Energy: Power Security and Competitiven

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“Filipino 2040 – Energy: Power Security and Competitiveness EPDP Working Paper 2016 – 01R”

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Michael Vemuri, GIZ, Chief Advisor Renewable Energy

With inputs from
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christoph Menke, Trier University of Applied Sciences Kilian Reiche, iiDevelopment

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The presentation from the PSFB’s technical secretariat during the 4th meeting in the Bureau of the Treasury, Intramuros, Manila on June 19, 2015.

This is the presentation from the PSF Board technical secretariat with notes from Red Constantino, iCSC’s Executive Director and the NGO representative to the PSF Board. The comments, updates, and suggestions were inserted as “sticky notes” in the document, special programs (e.g. PDF reader, NitroPDF, etc.) might be required to see the notes. Additional reminder: Do not view the downloaded file in your browser. Open the file using a PDF software.

Yuri Sarmiento, CEO of Ejeepney Transport Corporation presents the experiences, challenges and learnings from operating the first fleet of electric vehicles in the Philippines during the conference “Sustainable Transport in the Philippines: Strengthening Opportunities and Creating Partnerships for Electric Public Utility Vehicles”, March 7, 2012, Manila Polo Club, Makati City.

Neil Butcher, Associate Director of Arup, presents Arup’s experience in low carbon vehicle demonstration, charging stations, incentives and market barriers for low emission vehicles, and even consumer attitudes to plug-in vehicles in the UK. Presented during the conference “Sustainable Transport in the Philippines: Strengthening Opportunities and Creating Partnerships for Electric Public Utility Vehicles”, March 7, 2012, Manila Polo Club, Makati City.

Complementary presentation to Senator Ralph Recto’s keynote address during the conference “Sustainable Transport in the Philippines: Strengthening Opportunities and Creating Partnerships for Electric Public Utility Vehicles”, March 7, 2012, Manila Polo Club, Makati City.

Garrett Emmerson, Chief Operating Officer of Surface Transport, Transport for London presents the different strategies adopted by the City of London in reducing emissions from road transport and improving air quality. Presented during the conference “Sustainable Transport in the Philippines: Strengthening Opportunities and Creating Partnerships for Electric Public Utility Vehicles”, March 7, 2012, Manila Polo Club, Makati City.

Tom W. Smith of University of Chicago presented “Global Environmental Change across Countries and Time 1993 – 2010” during the 2013 Research Session of the ISSP Meeting in Santiago, Chile in 2013. This presentation depicts how the Philippines compare to other countries in terms of prioritizing the environment especially the issue of climate change.

“Survey on Climate Change” is a presentation made by Linda Luz Guerrero of the Social Weather Station last July 17 at Discovery Suites in Ortigas City. This is the results of the survey conducted by the SWS for the World Bank Group. Included in this presentation are the findings of SWS with regards to the awareness of climate change among Filipinos, their participation in efforts to respond to the negative effects of climate change, satisfaction of people to the responses made by government institutions, civil society and the private sectors. Guerrero is the Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Social Weather Station.