Green Power Bukidnon Philippines Inc. is a Philippine Company that develops BIOMASS grid connected, decentralized, renewable energy power plants utilizing sustainable biomass resources such as agricultural crop and food processing wastes.
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21 May 2012 in Manila Standard Today
Green Power Bukidnon 35 MW biomass power to help alleviate power shortage
THE Energy Department warned Sunday that Mindanao will face a new round of power outages next summer with a projected shortage of 200 megawatts because its reserve power remain thin.


16 November 2010 in The Visayan Daily Star
Power firm to infuse P37.5B into economy with the use of agricultural waste
An $80 million 35-megawatt multi-fuelled biomass power plant, the construction of which is targeted to begin in Sagay City in 2011, will infuse P832.2 million into the local economy in the first year of operation and P34.7 billion after 25 years aside from providing electricity, David de Montaigne, president of Global Green Power PLC Corp., said yesterday.


16 November 2010 in Sun Star Bacolod
Bacolod welcomes $80M biomass plant
THE construction next year of the $80-million 35-megawatt multi-fueled biomass power plant which Global Green Power Negros Philippines Inc. intends to build in Sagay will be a big boost to the local economy, Sagay City Mayor Leo Rafael Cueva said.


15 November 2010 in The Visayan Daily Star
Israeli envoy, guv to tackle agriculture
Gov. Alfredo Marañon Jr. yesterday said he is meeting with Israeli Ambassador Zvi Aviner Vapni to request for agricultural expertise assistance, and with officials of Global Green Power PLC Corp. on their planned construction of a power plant in Negros Occidental.


9 November 2010 in The Visayan Daily Star
Coal, biomass firms set for Negros plants
More firms have expressed interest in setting up coal-fired power plants in Negros Occidental, while officials of a company planning to put up a multi-fuel biomass power plant in Sagay City are set to meet with Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. on Nov. 15.


23 October 2010 in TRIBUNE Catanduanes
Local producers a big hit at OKB Trade Fair 2010
Twenty-two producers from Catanduanes returned home feeling good after an eventful week at the Orgullo Kan Bikol (OKB) Regional Trade Fair held at SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City from October 7 to 10, 2010.


21 October 2010 in GMA NEWS.TV
British firm raises alarm over RP renewable energy
A British firm is concerned that the Philippines would lose multibillion dollars in investments in renewable energy because the feed-in tariff rules and portfolio for standards that aim to facilitate the establishment of alternative sources of fuels in the country remain unenforced.


23 September 2010 in Sun.Star Bacolod
35MW biomass power plant to rise in Sagay
GREEN Power Negros Philippines Inc. (GPNPI) has signified its intention of putting up a 35-megawatt multi-fuel biomass power Plant in the Northern Negros Agro-Industrial Economic Zone in Sagay City.


15 September 2010 in Sun Star Iloilo
Mayor opens Iloilo to other power suppliers
ILOILO City Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog has welcomed the entry of other power suppliers in the city following reports that lone power distributor Panay Electric Company (Peco) is charging the highest rate in the entire country.


17 August 2010 in Checkbiotech
Global Green Power to Establish Biomass Power Plant in Negros Occidental, Philippines
GGPC (Global Green Power Corporation) has shown interest in constructing a biomass power plant facility in the province of Negros Occidental in Philippines.


14 August 2010 in Inquirer.net
Company eyes biomass plant in Negros Occidental
A power company is interested in building a biomass power plant in Negros Occidental, a move welcomed by Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. amid the province’s worsening power shortage.


14 August 2010 in SunStar
Investor to put up 35-MW biomass power plant
GRACE Yeneza, director of Global Green Power PCL Corporation, met with Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. Friday, signifying the firm's intention of putting up a 35-megawatt biomass power plant in Negros.


14 August 2010 in The Visayan Daily Star
Power plant to tap Negros’ agri-waste
Gov. Alfredo Marañon Jr. yesterday announced a green solution to the power shortage facing Negros Occidental, amid opposition from some sectors to the building of coal-fired power plant in the province.


1 August 2010 in The ProPinoy Project (Entrepreneurship, Features)
Philippines leads region in renewable energy initiatives
We are on track to be among the first countries in the world to one day eliminate our reliance on oil. We have the resources, we just need to use them better, and sustainably. Good for the environment, good for the economy. I am no greenie greenpeace advocate, but it makes economic sense. It is my hope that government sees this potential and sets in motion the right environment in terms of policies and corruption, for renewable energy investment and development.


18 May 2010 in Bukidnon Daily News
Presentasyon sa pagtukod og power plant sa Bukidnon, nagpahigayon
Valencia City - Usa ka presentasyon alang plano pagtukod of usa ka planta sa Bukidnon ang nagpahigayon niadtong miaging adlaw..


26 April 2010 in businessmirror.com.ph
‘Green’ laws perk up investor interest
Local and foreign investors expect new business opportunities to emerge in the Philippines as the country encourages the more energetic implementation of its “green” laws to develop environment-friendly technology not just because it is good for nature, but because it is also good for the bottom line.


16 April 2010 in renewableenergyfocus.com
Mixed-fuel biomass for the Philippines
DP CleanTech, Global Green Power PLC Corporation (GGPC) and Pöyry Energy Inc have signed an agreement for the delivery of two biomass power plants to the Philippines.


13 April 2010 in positivenewsmedia.net
Iloilo included in British biomass power investments
The British Embassy in Manila has announced that two British-subsidized companies in the Philippines have agreed to build biomass plants in Luzon and Visayas, particularly in the municipality of Mina, Province of Iloilo to address severe power shortages in these areas.


12 April 2010 in biofuelshub.com
Poyry to pursue Biomass Project in RP
Poyry P.L.C., a Finnish consulting and engineering company, has notched contracts amounting to 46 million Euros ($62 million) to construct two biomass power plants for the Philippine subsidiary of a British developer of renewable energy projects.


11 April 2010 in Philippine Daily Inquirer
DoE awards 19 contracts
The Department of Energy recently awarded a new batch of 19 service contracts covering the development of renewable energy sources such as geothermal, hydro, wind, ocean and biomass to eight firms.


9 April 2010 in Philstar.com
British investors sign contracts for two biomass plants in RP
MANILA, Philippines - Green Power Panay Philippines Inc. and Green Power Nueva Ecija Philippines Inc., subsidiaries of Global Green Power PLC Corp. (GGPC), have signed engineering procurement and construction contracts with Poyry Energy Inc. and DP CleanTech for two 17.5-megawatt biomass power plants in Mina, Iloilo on Panay Island and Nueva Ecija in Luzon.


6 April 2010 in NewEnergyWorldNetwork.com
Biomass solution provider DP Cleantech to supply technology for plants in Philippines
Biomass power plant solution provider DP Cleantech has been selected by the Philippines to supply its technology for two biomass power plants.


30 March 2010 in www.in-en.com
英国全球绿色电力公司将建两座生物质发电站
英国全球电力公司(Global Green Power )已经指定了两座生物质发电站项目的承包公司,从而启动了公司在英国开发420MW可再生能源的长期规划。


30 March 2010 in The Manila Times.net
Biomass developer secures power plant contracts
Biomass developer Global Green Power PLC Corp. has secured the engineering contracts for the construction of two renewable energy projects in Iloilo and Nueva Ecija.


30 March 2010 in Malaya Business Insight
UK firm signs contracts for biomass plants
UK-based Global Green Power PLC Corp. (GGPC), through its subsidiaries Green Power Panay Philippines Inc. and Green Power Nueva Ecija Philippines Inc., has secured an engineering procurement and construction (EPC) contracts with Poyry Energy Inc for the development of a two 17.5 megawatt biomass power plants in Mina, Iloilo on Panay Island and Nueva Ecija in Luzon.


30 March 2010 in Business Mirror
Global Green units sign EPC, tech contracts for three power plants
BIOMASS developer Global Green Power Plc. Corp. (GGPC) units have entered into engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) and technology contracts for two 17.5-megawatt (MW) biomass power plants and a letter of intent for a third 35-MW unit for the Philippines.


30 March in positivenewsmedia.ca
Global Green Power subsidiaries to develop biomass projects in Iloilo and Nueva Ecija
MANILA, March 30 (PNA) — Two Global Green Power PLC Corp. (GGPPC) subsidiaries have signed Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) contracts for biomass projects in Iloilo and Nueva Ecija.


29 March 2010 in Inquirer.net
Green’ power plant to be built in Pangasinan
DAGUPAN CITY, Philippines – Pangasinan has been chosen as site of another power plant, making it the third to be hosted by the province. But this time, a “green” company will be building the plant – a biomass power-generating plant that can generate 35 megawatts of electricity. Biomass is a renewable energy source that uses agricultural wastes to produce electricity.


29 March 2010 in BusinessWorld
Global Green Power taps two firms for biomass power
BRITAIN’S GLOBAL Green Power Plc. has appointed a contractor for two biomass power plant projects, kicking off the company’s long-term goal of developing 420 megawatts (MW) of renewable power in the country.


29 March 2010 in www.ecoseed.org
Poyry reaches Philippine islands to build biomass projects
Finnish consulting and engineering company Pöyry P.L.C. has bagged contracts worth 46 million euros ($62 million) to build two biomass power plants for the Philippine subsidiary of a British developer of renewable energy projects.


28 March 2010 in ph.news.yahoo.com
European firm tapped for turnkey contract to build 3 biomass plants
Europe's Poyry Energy has been tapped as the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor for the initial three pilot biomass power projects being pursued in the country by British project development firm Global Green Power PLC Corporation.


28 March 2010 in Manila Bulletin
European firm tapped for turnkey contract to build 3 biomass plants
Europe’s Poyry Energy has been tapped as the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor for the initial three pilot biomass power projects being pursued in the country by British project development firm Global Green Power PLC Corporation.


24 March 2010 in www.taloussanomat.fi
Pöyrylle 46 miljoonan euron sopimukset uusiutuvan energian hankkeissa Filippiineillä - lisätään tilauskantaan rahoituspäätöksen jälkeen
Pöyry on solminut Global Green Power PLC Corporationin filippiiniläisten tytäryhtiöiden kanssa sopimukset kahden uusiutuvaa energiaa käyttävän voimalaitoksen avaimet käteen -toimituksesta (EPC) Filippiineillä. Lisäksi Pöyry on allekirjoittanut aiesopimuksen mahdollisesta kolmannesta laitoksesta.


24 March 2010 in www.tekniikkatalous.fi
Pöyrylle 46 miljoonan euron sopimukset Filippiineiltä
Pöyry on solminut Global Green Power PLC Corporationin filippiiniläisten tytäryhtiöiden kanssa sopimukset kahden voimalaitoksen avaimet käteen -toimituksesta Filippiineillä. Lisäksi Pöyry on allekirjoittanut aiesopimuksen mahdollisesta kolmannesta laitoksesta.


24 March 2010 in www.investegate.co.uk
Poyry signed EUR 46 million contracts for renewable energy projects in Philippines
Pöyry has been awarded EPC contracts for turnkey delivery of two renewable energy power plants in the Philippines to the subsidiaries of Global Green Power PLC Corporation, Philippines. Pöyry has also signed a Letter of Intent for a potential third plant.


24 March 2010 in www.yourindustrynews.com
Poyry signed EUR 46 million contracts for renewable energy projects in Philippines
Pöyry has been awarded EPC contracts for turnkey delivery of two renewable energy power plants in the Philippines to the subsidiaries of Global Green Power PLC Corporation, Philippines. Pöyry has also signed a Letter of Intent for a potential third plant.


26 February 2010 in Dow Jones Newswires
Global Green Pledges To Speed Up Projects Amid Power Shortage
Amid the threat of a power shortage in the Philippines, Global Green Power Plc Corp. has committed to accelerate the construction of three renewable energy projects that would add a combined capacity of 87.5 megawatts.


9 February 2010 in The Manila Bulletin
UK investors keen on new power projects
The Philippine energy sector is evidently one area that has been igniting a lot of interest for foreign direct investments (FDIs), and British firms are among those keenly eyeing investment opportunities in the power sector and financing prospects for projects aligned with clean development mechanism (CDM) initiatives.


24 January 2010 in The Philippine Daily Inquirer
9 projects seen easing supply shortfall
The Department of Energy Expects nine power projects to add another 1,354 megawatts (MW) of much needed capacities, which could help address a looming or an existing shortfall in the country’s power supply.


4 January 2010 in Expat Newspaper
GGPC Breaks Ground for Nueva Ecija Biomass Plant
Philippine-registered renewable energy proponent Global Green Power PLC Corporation (GGPC) recently broke ground at the site of its latest venture, a 17.5-megawatt biomass power plant in San Leonardo, Nueva Ecija in a ceremony attended by diplomatic, national, and local officials.


17 December 2009 in The Philippine Star
RP-British firm to invest $1 billion in biomass power projects
Filipino-British firm Global Green Power Plc Corp. (GGP) plans to invest up to $1 billion to put up a combined 420 megawatts (MW) of biomass power plant projects within eight years, a top company official said.


17 December 2009 in The Manila Times
British firm’s second RP biomass project kicks off
Renewable energy firm Global Green Power PLC Corp. is set to put up the second of a dozen biomass plants in the Philippines. On the sidelines of UK-based Global Green’s groundbreaking ceremony for its 17.5-megawatt plant here, the company’s president, Devid de Montaigne, said they will be putting up generating capacity totaling 420 megawatts at a cost of about $1 billion over an eight-year period.


17 December 2009 in The Mindoro Post
UK-RP firm to set up biomass power plants in Mindoro, 11 other sites
British-Filipino renewable energy firm Global Green Power Plc Corp. (GGP) is planning to invest up to $1.035 billion to put up biomass power plants in Mindoro and 11 other sites in the country, the company’s top official has announced.


17 December 2009 in Balita-Dot-PH (Online)
UK-based firm to invest US$ 1B in biomass construction in Nueva Ecija
Global Green Power PLC Corporation is infusing over US$ 1 billion to build a 420 megawatts biomass electricity over the next eight years.


17 December 2009 in ABS-CBN News (Online)
UK firm to spend $1B for biomass projects
UK-based renewable energy company Global Green Power Plc. is (GGPPC) looking at spending $1.035 billion to put up biomass power plants in 12 sites in the country, David de Montaigne, GGPPC president, said on Wednesday.


17 December in AHN – All Headline News (Online)
Global Green Power Breaks Ground For 1st Of 12 Biomass Plants In The Philippines
The local subsidiary of U.K. firm Global Green Power broke ground on Wednesday for the first of its 12 planned biomass plants in the Philippines. GGP has allocated $1.04 billion to build 12 biomass plants in the country over the next eight years.


17 December in The Bioenergy Site (Online)
RP-Based Brit Firm to Invest in Biomass Power Projects
Filipino-British firm Global Green Power Plc Corp. (GGP) plans to invest up to $1 billion to put up a combined 420 megawatts (MW) of biomass power plant projects within eight years, a top company official said.


17 December in Manila Standard Today (Online)
$1-b biomass investment up
Global Green Power PLC Corp., partially owned by Global Green Power PLD of the UK, plans to invest around $1.03 billion for the production of 420 megawatts of biomass electricity over the next eight years.


16 December 2009 in The Business Mirror
UK firm to spend $1B for biomass projects
UK-based renewable energy company Global Green Power Plc. is (GGPPC) looking at spending $1.035 billion to put up biomass power plants in 12 sites in the country, David de Montaigne, GGPPC president, said on Wednesday.


16 December 2009 in The Philippine Daily Inquirer
Firm to invest $1B in biomass plants
SAN LEONARDO, NUEVA ECIJA, Philippines—Global Green Power PLC Corp. plans to spend as much as $1.04 billion to put up 12 biomass power plants in the country over the next eight years.


5 October 2009 in Wordpress.com
Ambassador highlights RP-British environmental, energy partnership
The British government will continue to partner with the Philippines in environmental protection and energy security, according to the United Kingdom’s top envoy in the country.


1 October 2009
Iloilo biomass power plant to augment Panay’s energy needs
Two years from now, the 17.5-megawatt (MW) Biomass Power Plant in Brgy. Cabalabaguan, Mina, Iloilo will be fully operational. It will address the power shortage in Panay Island.


11 September 2009 in Business World Online
Davao City council drafting energy conservation code
The local legislative council is drafting an ordinance that will compel government offices and the private sector to implement energy conservation measures to better prepare the city for a looming power crisis.


12 August 2009 in Manila Bulletin
Farewell to the Beckinghams
Among the dozen or more ambassadors that are leaving Manila this year, as their tours of duty come to an end, a number will be sorely missed because of their contributions to the community and the investments they have brought in from their home countries.


5 August 2009 in Business News
Tackling Climate Change
Global talks don't have a great reputation for achievement. But the G-8 climate change talks in Italy broke new ground, and offer an opportunity to prove the doubters wrong.


5-AUGUST-2009 in Manila Bulletin
RP: Leading Asia in climate change
Blessed with such alternate clean energy sources as geothermal, hydropower, wind, solar and ocean waves, the Philippines got off to a head start on clean energy by developing geothermal plants in the 1970’s.


28 June 2009 in Philippine Daily Inquirer
RP shows way in renewable energy
MANILA, Philippines - When it comes to promoting the use of renewable energy, the Philippines is one of the countries leading the way in Asia.


26 June 2009 in Business World Online
Biomass deals inked
GLOBAL BIOMASS PLC Corp. has signed three 25-year biomass supply contracts worth P9 billion each with three companies.


26 June 2009 in alternat1ve.com (One Alternative Energy Blog)
Global Biomass signs 3 Biomass Supply Contracts

Global Biomass Plc Corp. (GBC), a UK based company, has signed a 25 year contract to supply three power plants with biomass. GBC will harvest the biomass from farm waste. Specifically corn, rice straw, sugar cane and other farm residues.


26 June 2009 in The Philippine Star
UK group inks P27-billion deals with RP biomass firms
MANILA, Philippines - UK-based Global Biomass Plc Corp. (GBC) has signed three biomass supply contracts that will generate P27 billion worth of direct and indirect economic benefits over the 25-year contract period.


25 June 2009 in Business Mirror
Global Biomass signs supply contracts in RP
RENEWABLE-energy firm Global Biomass Plc. Corp. (GBC) said on Thursday it has signed three 25-year biomass supply contracts.


18 June 2009 in Good News Pilipinas
UK firm invests P5.6B in biomass plants

UK-firm Global Green Power will invest more than 5 billion pesos in building three biomass power plants in Panay, Nueva Ecija and Pangasinan.


18 June 2009 in Manila Bulletin
Firm plans 3 biomass projects costing PHP 5.6 B

GLobal Green Power PLC Corp. which was originally registered as consulting frim in the United Kingdom will be investing P5.6 billion for three biomass projects in the country with 15-megawatt capacity each utilizing agricultural wastes.


18 June 2009 in Manila Times
Two foreign renewable energy firms to start projects in Visayas

Two foreign renewable energy firms are set to start there respective projects in power-starved Visayas region.


17 June 2009, in Business Mirror
UK's Global Green starts RP power plant projects

The Philippine unit of Global Green Power PLC Corp. will soon start the building process for ker equipment and services needed to put up there 15-megawatt(MV) biomass power plants to be located in Panay, Nueva Ecija and in Pangasinan.


17 June 2009 in Manila Standard Today
Global Green Readies Auction

Global Green Power PLC Corp. of UK has started the bidding process for key equipment and services needed to build three 15-megawatt biomass power plants in Panay, Nueva Ecija and Pangasinan.


17 June 2009 in Philippine Star
UK firm to invest PHP 5.6B on 3 biomass plants

UK-based Global Green Power PLC Corp. will put up biomass power plants in Panay, Nueva Ecija and Pangasinan at a total cost of P5.6 billion, a company official said.


17 June 2009 in Asia News Network
Global Green starts biomass power projects

UK-based Global Green Power Plc. Corp. (GGP) said it had started the bidding process for key equipment and services necessary to build the company’s first three 15-megawatt (MW) biomass power plants in the Philippines - in the provinces of Panay, Nueva Ecija and Pangasinan.
Global Green, through its subsidiaries, plans to invest a total of 5.6 billion pesos (at about $40 million each project) for the three power plants.


17 June 2009 in alternativepowerblog.com
UK renewable energy firm into biomass

UK-BASED Global Green Power PLC Corp. is looking at developing 360 megawatts (MW) of biomass power generators and 200 MW of wind power in various locations around the country.


17 June 2009 in power-technology.com
Global Green Power to Build Plants in the Philippines

Renewable energy company Global Green Power has revealed plans to build 360MW of biomass power plants and wind farms across the Philippines.


16 June 2009 in Energy Business Review
Global Green Power Proposes To Build 360 MW Biomass Power and 200 MW Wind Power Plants In Philippines

Global Green Power PLC Corporation (Global Green Power) is planning to build 360 megawatts (MW) of biomass power plants in various locations around the country. The bidding process for equipment and services for an initial three 15-MW biomass power plants in Panay, Nueva Ecija, and Pangasinan regions of Republic of the Philippines are in progress. Moreover, the company also intends to build 200 MW of wind power in four locations in the country with a capacity of 50 MW each.


16 June 2009 in Business World Online
UK renewable energy firm into biomass, wind projects

UK-BASED Global Green Power PLC Corp. is looking at developing 360 megawatts (MW) of biomass power generators and 200 MW of wind power in various locations around the country


16 June 2009 in Philippine Daily Inquirer
Global Green starts biomass power projects

MANILA, Philippines—UK-based Global Green Power Plc. Corp. (GGP) said it had started the bidding process for key equipment and services necessary to build the company’s first three 15-megawatt (MW) biomass power plants in Panay, Nueva Ecija and Pangasinan.


16 June 2009 in The Philippine Star
UK firm to invest P5.6 billion on 3 biomass plants

MANILA, Philippines - UK-based Global Green Power PLC Corp. will put up three biomass power plants in Panay, Nueva Ecija and Pangasinan at a total cost of P5.6 billion, a company official said.


16 June 2009 in balitainoy.net
MMajor Bio-mass projects begun in Iloilo

UK-based firm to start construction of three biomass power plants in the country


8 June 2009 in Philippine Daily Inquirer
Gov't bullish on renewable energy sector
MANILA, Philippines—The Department of Energy (DOE) expects to draw in as much as $27 billion in new investments in the country's renewable energy sector over the next 20 years.


5 June 2009 in The Daily Tribune
P22B Aboitiz power venture gets perks
AP Renewables Inc., which is owned by the Philippine Hydropower Group, the holding company of Aboitiz Power Corp. and three other major firms were offered


5 June 2009 in Malaya
Green Power to invest 3.9B for two plants

Green Power Panay Philippines Inc. and its sister firm Green Power Nueva Ecija Philippines are investing a combined P3.9 billion for the construction and operation of two biomass power plants.


5 June 2009 in The Manila Times
BOI grants tax perks to ‘green’ power projects

THE Board of Investments (BOI) approved the grant of tax and other perks to “green” power generation projects.


25 December 2008 in The Manila Times
Global Green, Panay Island distributor 
sign long-term power supply deals

GLOBAL Green Power PLC of Britain is set to kick off its renewable energy projects in the Philippines after inking long-term supply contracts with distributors.


23 December 2008 in Your Renewable News
Global Green Power expands RP operations

UK-based Global Green Power Plc. (GGPP) is expanding its operations in the Philippines with P9.3-billion worth of new investments in the country’s power sector.


22 December 2008 in The Philippine Star
Global Green Power expands RP operations

UK-based Global Green Power Plc. (GGPP) is expanding its operations in the Philippines with P9.3-billion worth of new investments in the country’s power sector.


22 December 2008 in The Daily Tribune
UK energy unit to put up 2 biomass plants in Panay

Green Power Panay Philippines Inc. (GPPPI), an affiliate company of UK firm Global Green Power PLC has signed a series of electricity supply agreements (ESA) in Panay that will pave the way for the construction of two major renewable energy biomass-fired power plant projects.


22 December 2008 in Sun Star
2 RE biomass plants to be put up in Panay

TWO major renewable energy (RE) biomass plants in the Visayas will soon be constructed by a UK-based firm to address the looming power supply shortage in the region by 2010.


22 December 2008 in Manila Standard Today
UK company signs Panay power project agreement

Green Power Panay Philippines Inc., an affiliate company of Global Green Power Plc of the UK, has signed electricity supply agreements in Panay that will pave the way for the construction of two biomass-fired power plant projects.


17 November 2008 in Reuters
Global Green unit eyes $200-M projects

MANILA, Philippines -- The Philippine unit of British firm Global Green Power Plc wants to invest $200 million in five biomass projects with combined capacity of 87.5 megawatts as the country pursues more alternative energy sources, company officials said.


16 November 2008 in fxstreet.com
Manila unit of Global Green eyes $200-mln biomass projects

MANILA, Nov 16 (Reuters) - The Philippine unit of British firm Global Green Power Plc wants to invest $200 million in five biomass projects with combined capacity of 87.5 megawatts as the country pursues more alternative energy sources, company officials said.


14 November 2008 in Manila Standard Today
Global Green investing $200m in biomass projects

Renewable energy company Global Green Power Plc Corp. will invest $200 million in five biomass projects that will supply 87.5 megawatts of power in five areas around the country.


7 June 2008 in GMANews.TV
Foreign firm to set up biomass power plant in Iloilo soon

MANILA, Philippines - A foreign firm is set to start soon the construction of a biomass power plant in Iloilo


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