Rescuers have pulled out a total of 13 people from a collapsed commercial building in Kananga town, near the epicenter of the quake
MANILA, Philippines (Jul. 7, 2017) — Residents fled their houses in panic overnight on Friday, July 7, as aftershocks hit the central Philippines a day after a 6.5-magnitude earthquake killed two people and injured at least 72 others, authorities said. Continue reading Panic, damage after deadly Leyte quake→
The NGCP lifts ‘red alert’ status for the Luzon power grid past 3 pm, Monday, April 10. But the energy department warns the Luzon grid might not be spared from brownouts this summer due to tight electricity supply
A sister company of AboitizPower’s Therma South Incorporated says Mindanao needs at least 300 megawatts of new power capacity annually for the next 5 years to address the power deficit
DAVAO CITY, Philippines (Jan. 9, 2016) — The newly-inaugurated 300-megawatt (MW) coal power plant in Davao City will only be sufficient for 2016, Davao Lights and Power Company CEO Art Millan said on Friday, January 8.
Issues on right-of-way violations, transmission towers bombing hound the region. The energy department is creating a task force to address the situation.
MANILA, Philippines (Jan. 9, 2016) — President Benigno Aquino III will convene a meeting with energy officials next week to address the worsening power situation in Mindanao due to right of way (ROW) violations and bombing of transmission towers, he said on Friday, January 8.