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MANILA, Philippines — Expect a slight increase in power rates this month, the Manila Electric Company (Meralco) announced on Thursday.

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MANILA – The Philippines' proposed National Renewable Energy Program (NREP) 2020-2040 is setting a target of 35 percent share of renewable energy (RE) in the power generation mix by 2030 and 50 percent share by 2040.

MANILA, Philippines — A faster transition to renewable energy sources could present an opportunity for investments in the Philippines, as it works to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an envoy for the upcoming United Nations climate change conference.

The Philippines is aiming for renewable energy to account for 35 percent of the country’s power generation mix by 2030 and 50 percent by 2040, based on an updated plan that showed slight deviations from the government’s original targets.