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Climate change mitigation initiatives have become critical to sustainable development as governments worldwide strive to restrict global warming to 2°C above pre-industrial levels. Of course, this involves the use of renewable energy to generate clean energy. However, despite the apparent significance of renewable energy in climate change mitigation, achieving its full potential would necessitate the assistance Read more Energy Storage Is Paving The Way for Renewable Energy

Climate change vulnerability, power outages, the Philippines' numerous islands, and rising energy consumption necessitate a diversification and decentralization of the power system and a shift to renewable energy resources. What's even more alarming is the COVID-19 health and economic crisis, which emphasizes the significance of having clean and affordable energy access. Renewable energy is an essential Read more Philippines Transition To Renewables During Duterte’s Term

Electricity is necessary for people's lives and livelihoods, from storing food and medicine in refrigerators to charging mobile phones, lighting up homes and schools at night, and powering local businesses. As a result, off-grid renewable energy solutions have the potential to improve people's lives, well-being, and livelihoods.   What is Off-grid renewable energy? Off-grid renewable energy options have Read more How Off-Grid Renewable Energy Can Help Electrify Rural Areas in the Philippines

Renewable energy demand increases despite the pandemic According to latest market update analysis by the International Energy Agency (IEA), despite the pandemic, Renewable Energy were the only energy source where demand increased in 2020 while demand for other fuels declined   Fast growth rate [caption id="attachment_5337" align="aligncenter" width="1236"] Renewable energy capacity additions 2022[/caption] Renewable energy sources have seen their faster Read more The Resilience of Renewable Energy Through The Pandemic

According to the International Energy Agency, the next few years will see renewable energy dominate worldwide electricity capacity which will be lead by solar and wind.   Renewables Added Capacity IEA's "Renewable Energy Market Update 2021" report said that last 2020 the capacity added from renewable energy increased to 45% to almost 280GW. This is the highest annual Read more Renewable energy to dominate worldwide electricity capacity