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Philippines power and renewable markets H2 2016 Summary: No fuel-mix policy

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22 December 2016

Philippines power and renewable markets H2 2016 Summary: No fuel-mix policy

Report summary

The Department of Energy plans to abandon a fuel-mix policy and leave it up to developers to decide the kind of power plants they want to build. The success of the policy was expected to pave the way for legislative changes to make LNG import a reality. Without any support, the key challenge for the Philippines is to find the right balance between environment aspirations, security of power system and the cost of supply while maintaining competition.

Table of contents

    • Key developments
      • Department of Energy plans to abandon fuel-mix policy
      • Growing uncertainty over gas and coal
      • Renewables FiT: third round unlikely
      • President Duterte's China visit: long-term Philippines domestic gas supply unlikely
    • Key changes
    • What to watch

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