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3.6GW! Solar energy projects are being developed in the Philippines
Sep 9,2020 11:15CST
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[3.6GW! The Philippine Department of Energy has approved three photovoltaic projects with a capacity of 1.2GW each to conduct Electroweb impact studies. It is reported that one of the devices is the Padre Garcia solar power project, which will be built by Solar Philippines Batangas Corp. in Badayan Province. Build. In addition, two projects of similar size-Sta.
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SMM: the Philippine Department of Energy has approved three photovoltaic projects with a capacity of 1.2GW to conduct Electroweb impact studies.

It is reported that one of the devices is the Padre Garcia solar power project, which will be built by Solar Philippines Batangas Corp. in Badayan Province. Build. In addition, two projects of similar size-Sta. Rosa Nueva Ecija 3 and General Santos- are currently developed by the Philippine Solar Commercial Roof Project Company.

In addition, several solar projects ranging from 5 megawatts to 61 megawatts have been granted the same license.

Under a plan called Energy Virtual one-stop (EVOSS) system, the three installation projects are also included in the list of solar projects with Web-based energy application monitoring systems. By the end of June, a total of 13.2GW 's solar capacity had been included in the list.

According to government statistics, according to the Philippine Renewable Energy Act, the Philippines installed 1.06 gigawatts of installed capacity in the first half of this year. Most solar facilities in the United States are protected by old feed-in tariffs, auctions and net metering plans.

The Philippine government will introduce a green energy tariff plan auction system this year, which aims to allocate 2 gigawatts of renewable energy capacity. The country plans to install 15 gigawatts of clean energy by 2030.

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