“The project is expected to generate local employment during the construction and operations phase of the plant and aims to contribute to the stability of the country’s energy supply, reduce dependence on imported fossil fuels, and mitigate the impacts of climate change,” Solar Philippines Biga said in a filing with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
Solar Philippines Biga secured a Solar Service Energy Contract (SESC No. 2017-05-384) from the Department of Energy, giving the company exclusive right to explore, develop and utilize the solar energy resources.
Solar Philippines has purchased and secured land in the Nasugbu, Batangas generally composed of rolling terrain of idle lands.
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