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How wind power took this remote barangay in Aklan out of its dark days

October 20, 2021
There’s a spot in Boracay’s White Beach from where one can see the picturesque mountains of Northern Aklan. Perched on the foothills of these mountains are wind turbines courtesy of the Nabas Wind Farm which provide a source of renewable energy to over 90 households in the far-flung barangay of Pawa in Nabas, Aklan.
Brgy. Pawa is located up in the highlands, five kilometers away from the national road. Before the mid 2010s, one needed to hike a steep trail to get there, or ride a habal-habal that had to pass thru a narrow dirt road. Suffice it to say, the village was hardly accessible to government and medical services. Water was scarce. The nearest spring was more than a kilometer away from residential areas.

YGC Donates Solar Panels to DOST-PHIVOLCS for Volcano Monitoring

June 30, 2021
PetroSolar Corp., a member of the Yuchengco Group of Companies (YGC), which owns and operates the 70MWDC Tarlac Solar Power Plant in Central TechnoPark, Tarlac City, donated used solar panels to the Department of Science and Technology¬–Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (DOST-PHIVOLCS).
In brief and simple ceremonies held June 30 at the PHIVOLCS main office in Diliman, Q.C., PetroSolar Vice President F.G. Delfin, Jr. turned-over eleven (11) slightly used 330W-335W solar panels to DOST Undersecretary and DOST-PHIVOLCS Officer-in-Charge Renato U. Solidum Jr.

PetroGreen completes first solar commercial and industrial project

May 15, 2021
PetroGreen Energy Corp. (PGEC) has completed its first commercial and industrial (C&I) rooftop solar power project at the 12-story Enrique T. Yuchengco (ETY) office building in Binondo, Manila. PGEC is the renewable energy holding unit of publicly-listed PetroEnergy Resources Corp. (PERC).
PGEC assistant vice president for power plant operations Paul Elmer Morala said they energized the 140.8 kilowatts peak (kWp) solar facility involving 352 units of 405-watt solar panels and two units of 60-kWac of string inverter installed in 900 square meters of rooftop space. It was safely completed in less than 15 weeks this year even as COVID-19 cases surged recently.

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