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Shikoku Electric criticizes the ruling, stressing the scientific merit of the firm's argument that it was safe to operate the reactor
The SC resolution is a point in favor of the Enrique Razon-owned MORE, whose franchise is being challenged by longtime-provider Panay Electric Company
This comes after the termination of a Meralco-led consortium which was supposed to take over electricity distribution in the West African country
But Britain's protection was ultimately not needed after the deposed dictator Ferdinand Marcos, Corazon Aquino's rival in the 1986 snap presidential elections, steps down
The problems in power distribution are due to outdated facilities in the islands off mainland Cebu
ICSC is also planning to set up charging stations in other severely-affected areas in the region, most especially in the remote islands of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
‘We are wondering why we need to get electricity from the Tayabas station of NGCP when we can tap directly from Tiwi or BacMan geothermal power plants,’ the regional political party says
China has valid strategic concerns in the South China Sea, but its way of addressing them has involved violating the territorial and resource rights of its neighbors
The Belt and Road Initiative is the ultimate example of 'gigantism' and it is inviting a transborder ecological and social disaster
'Abe may see what a real ballistic missile is in the not distant future and under his nose... Abe is none other than a perfect imbecile,' says a foreign ministry official, as reported by North Korean news agency KCNA
But the Philippine leader thinks China won't do such a thing because it would damage the Asian giant's reputation and because it sees its stake in the NGCP as a business
China’s economic relationship with the Global South may be overall positive, but Beijing needs to address the questionable practices of its corporations and agencies
Xi Jinping has consolidated his dominant position in the ruling bloc but spontaneous protests are common among the people
The Department of Energy directs Semirara Mining and Power Corporation to suspend coal mining activities after a mudslide last October
'It was an incredible feeling,' says the actor
Dennis Uy's Dito Telecommunity is gathering business partners to take on telco giants Globe and Smart, and attract their subscribers
The malware, Dtrack, affects the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant's administrative network and not the internal network controlling the reactors
Months after their championship duel, Creamline and Petro Gazz meet again to fight for the PVL crown
Dominant in their separate semifinal duels, Creamline and Petro Gazz move within a win of a PVL title showdown
Researchers invent device that generates light from the cold night sky – here's what it means for millions living off grid
With the efficiency of everyday technologies continually improving, thermolectric devices could play an important role in powering society before long
The deal would see the secessionist Southern Transitional Council handed a number of ministries, and the government return to the southern city of Aden
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Despite playing minus two ace players, Creamline survives Motolite’s valiant stand to complete a perfect PVL elimination run
The strengths of Chinese-style capitalism have also been its vulnerabilities
This series of articles seeks to provide some clarification on a number of these questions, to provide a guide with which we can formulate a strategy to deal with this big, threatening, yet in many ways, still mysterious neighbor
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Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Lindh says that dialogue is needed to reach 'denuclearization and peaceful solution'
Looking to boost its semifinal bid, BanKo Perlas picks up a seventh win to keep hold of the No. 4 spot
As the Final Four race heats up, Petro Gazz and Motolite punch in key wins as Choco Mucho picks up back-to-back triumphs
The Enrique Razon-owned MORE is granted a franchise by President Duterte, but the bypassed Panay Electric Company (PECO) is fighting for its assets
'I am not here to say 'yes' or 'no' to coal. What I'm trying to say is if it's advantageous for us, then I'll give it a go signal. But, if not, we'll stop it,' says Narra Mayor Gerandy Danao
There is no such statement from Senator Risa Hontiveros
'It's worse than we thought,' says the Tokyo Electric Power, as authorities confirmed 45,000 homes were still without electricity 12 days after the powerful Typhoon Faxai barrelled through the Tokyo region
Jema Galanza and Risa Sato power Creamline to its 10th straight PVL victory as Air Force stuns Motolite in straight sets
Motolite spoils Flying Titan Kat Tolentino's 33-point performance in the 2019 PVL Open Conference
How to end the deadlock between the national government and local governments over the Mandanas case decision, which expands the revenue base for towns and provinces?
Tots Carlos and Isa Molde power Motolite against a resilient BanKo Perlas side
PetroGazz stretches its winning run to 4 as Motolite star player Myla Pablo suffers an injury
Myla Pablo and Tots Carlos power Motolite to a quick win as BanKo Perlas and PetroGazz also breeze past separate PVL opponents
Motolite and BanKo Perlas hack out dominant victories to stay on track of their PVL campaign
The contracts amount to a total of P1.286 billion
The shutdown plunged buildings in the sprawling capital Jakarta – home to some 30 million people – into darkness and forced the temporary closure of its new mass rapid transit system
Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra orders an NBI probe and says PCSO games may not resume until the investigation is done
Power for People Coalition calls on the President to come up with an executive order that will formalize his directive for the energy department to fast-track 'the development of renewable energy sources'
(UPDATED) President Nicolas Maduro denounces what he says is a 'criminal attack against tranquility and peace of the homeland'
(UPDATED) About 42,000 Manhattan residents were affected by the blackout that happened on Saturday, July 13
The Cory Aquino administration decided not to open the $2.3-billion project due to safety and corruption concerns. A court ruling in 2012 also ordered the project broker to return $50 million in ill-gotten wealth.
The Department of Agriculture and the Department of the Interior and Local Government will team up to provide water for irrigation as well as for drinking to far-flung barangays
Palawan Electric Cooperative says it has already solved its undersupply problem. Now it's grappling with another challenge: trees that obstruct their distribution lines.