A KOREAN power firm that operates a coal plant in Naga Cebu is looking to invest in another coal plant in Cadiz City. Cesar Loa-as, president of the power generation company Asia Pacific Energy Resources Venture, Inc. (APERVI), said Korean Electric Power Corp. (Kepco) joined the list of foreign companies wanting to build a coal [...]
Despite a Court of Appeals (CA) affirmation of its decision to invalidate the environmental compliance certificate (ECC) and contract to build a 600-megawatt coal-fired power plant here, the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) said it will not stop the project proponents from pursuing development work at the plant site, the agency’s top executive said on Wednesday.
An article that came out on page 9 of the Inquirer on Oct. 25, 2012 said DMCI has shrugged off the opposition to the coal-fired power plant, stating that it is merely exercising its contractual obligation to put up the plant as specified in its bid and approved by Paleco.
By Matikas Santos
A proposed coal power plant in Palawan could spell the end for more than a decade of intense conservation efforts for the critically endangered and endemic Philippine Cockatoo, locally known as the Katala, that number only around 1,000 worldwide.
By Redempto D. Anda
The plan to build a 15-megawatt coal-fired power plant adjacent to the protected island of Rasa off the town of Narra, home to a critically endangered bird species, got the nod on Friday from the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development (PCSD), overriding the opposition mounted by conservationists.
By Robert Gonzaga
Outrage consumed most residents and businessmen here at a Thursday forum organized by Zambales officials after word spread that the government had approved the Subic coal-fired power plant project despite near unanimous objections.
By Carmel Loise Matus
, Joy Cherry S. Quito
An excess stockpile of coal and strong winds resulted in thick, black coal specks being blown to houses near the coal yard of Kepco-SPC Power Corp. in Naga City.
AN 82 megawatt coal-fired power plant in Toledo City will ensure stable supply and possibly lower power rates – two incentives that would draw investors to Cebu said local business leaders yesterday.
A third coal plant will be built in Toledo City two years from now, bringing to three the number of operational coal plants there.
By Kristine Alave
, Robert Gonzaga
Redondo Peninsula Energy Inc. (RP Energy), a consortium of energy firms that plans to build a 600-megawatt coal-fired power plant inside the freeport here, became the subject of a petition for a writ of kalikasan that was filed on Friday before the Supreme Court.
By Carla P. Gomez
The mayor of a key Negros Occidental city declared full support for coal power plants, saying these are necessary to sustain the economy of the province and its highly urbanized areas.
A business group in Iloilo has criticized an order of the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) that allows a coal plant operator to charge an additional 32 centavos per kilowatt hour to recover P692.304 million in commissioning and testing costs.
By Robert Gonzaga
An environment coalition in Subic staged various protest activities on Sunday to generate higher awareness against the planned coal plant project by a consortium of energy firms.