Solar Videos

Making the Philippines a Solar Energy Hub 1/2
Solar energy advocates and stakeholders are holding the first Philippine solar summit in the country. Here’s a look at the power situation in the country… And the potential of alternative power sources.

Guests:
Hans-Josef Fell Author, Renewable Energy Law in Germany and
Theresa Cruz-Capellan, President,
Philippine Solar Power Alliance

 

Making the Philippines a Solar Energy Hub 2/2
Solar energy advocates and stakeholders are holding the first Philippine solar summit in the country. Here’s a look at the power situation in the country… And the potential of alternative power sources.

Guests:
Hans-Josef Fell Author, Renewable Energy Law in Germany and
Theresa Cruz-Capellan, President, Philippine Solar Power Alliance

 

ANC Future Perfect: Solar Power 1/2
The incoming transportation and communications Secretary Mar Roxas. Is singing Burt Bacharach’s “Trains and boats and planes”. But our song for this episode of Future Perfect is the the Beatles’ “Here comes the sun”. Quite timely… I believe…As we take another look at solar energy…As a way to beat both high power costs…And climate change. Just recently…The first Philippine solar photovoltaic summit was held in Manila. The summit brought together government and private enterprises… Engaged in generating electrical power directly from the sun. In a previous episode. We featured a local school that already harnesses the power of the hot sun. To run its climate control system. While the technology used was developed by a Korean company. It has demonstrated how the processes and equipment…Can also be adapted and customized by Filipino firms. Though not many people know it…It has come to light that the Philippines is emerging as a leading center for manufacturing solar power equipment.

Guests:
Theresa Cruz-Capellan, President, Philippine Solar Power Alliance
Rep. Teddy Casino, Bayan Muna
Dan Lachica, President, First Philec Solar Solutions

 

ANC Future Perfect: Solar Power 2/2
The incoming transportation and communications Secretary Mar Roxas. Is singing Burt Bacharach’s “Trains and boats and planes”. But our song for this episode of Future Perfect is the the Beatles’ “Here comes the sun”. Quite timely… I believe…As we take another look at solar energy…As a way to beat both high power costs…And climate change. Just recently…The first Philippine solar photovoltaic summit was held in Manila. The summit brought together government and private enterprises… Engaged in generating electrical power directly from the sun. In a previous episode. We featured a local school that already harnesses the power of the hot sun. To run its climate control system. While the technology used was developed by a Korean company. It has demonstrated how the processes and equipment…Can also be adapted and customized by Filipino firms. Though not many people know it…It has come to light that the Philippines is emerging as a leading center for manufacturing solar power equipment.

Guests:
Theresa Cruz-Capellan, President, Philippine Solar Power Alliance
Rep. Teddy Casino, Bayan Muna
Dan Lachica, President, First Philec Solar Solutions

 

ANC Future Perfect: National Renewable Energy Plan
Coal and oil are dirty and way old fashioned. Energy experts say their prices are also going nowhere but up in the years to come. Nuclear meanwhile is not about to get new fans…Following the Fukushima meltdown. Now, after years of being dismissed as a fringe pipe dream from treehuggers…The concept of clean, renewable energy is finally being embraced by policymakers. But there are still some thorny issues involved…And apparently the shift to renewables will come at a price.

Guests:
Usec. Jay Layug, DOE
Engr. Peter Maniego, Chairman, National Renewable Energy Board