ABOUT
 

There are numerous comprehensive energy and development plans and policies institutionalized that affirm a low-carbon and sustainable future for the Philippines. The 2012-2030 Philippine Energy Plan (PEP) is crafted with due consideration and premium on the economic parameters sourced from the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA), Development Budget Coordination Committee (DBCC), National Statistics Office (NSO) and international references on energy such as the World Energy Outlook of the International Energy Agency (IEA).

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RESOLUTION
 

Commission Resolution 2016-001 

Resolution on the Development of a Clear Policy on Coal-Fired Power Plants in Pursuit of a Low Carbon Development Pathway for the Philippines

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ACTIVITIES
 

The National Energy Policy Review (NEPR) will commence on 16 June 2016 with a Website Launch, a stakeholder consultative platform. In the website, 10 policy issue papers will be hosted for discussion and exchange of ideas. An official hashtag #REnewenergyPH for the NEPR will also be employed to properly organize contents pertaining to the energy policy review and to encourage stakeholders to take part in the review. This launch will commence the series of activities on the NEPR including inter-agency consultations, sectoral dialogues, roundtable and focus group discussions (FGDs), and business summits.

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KEY ISSUES 
 
Regulatory Issues
Low Carbon Development Pathway
Regional Energy Planning
Energy sector transformation in a 1.5-degree threshold
Energy in relation to post-2015 frameworks (energy resilience and sustainability: in pursuit of post-2015 international frameworks), with reference to APEC resolutions
CVF Low carbon monitor
Energy, technology, trade and labor nexus
Defining “least cost” and pricing carbon
Energy policy landscape and challenges
Other cross-cutting issues
 
FEATURED PHOTOS
 
 
 
 
 
 

At the Launch of the National Policy Review and Framework Development on Energy, June 16, 2016

 

The Philippine Delegation was led by Environment Secretary Ramon Paje with Senator Loren Legarda as Co-Head of Delegation. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
NEWS
 

CONCURRENCE. Secretary Emmanuel M. de Guzman, vice chairperson of the Climate Change Commission (seated, 3rd from left), Environment Secretary Ramon J.P. Paje (seated, 4th from left) lead government officials and representatives in presenting on June 1, 2016 signed Resolution 2016-002...

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ALL EARS.  Secretary Emmanuel M. de Guzman, Vice Chairperson of the Climate Change Commission (second from left) listens to the inputs during the Climate Change Commission inter-agency and multi-sectoral consultative meeting held yesterday. ...

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Participants to the forum entitled "2016 CLIMATE CHANGE DAY WITH THE BUSINESS AND FINANCE SECTORS"held at Dusit Thani Hotel in Makati City today...

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