Country Industry Forecast- Social and Infrastructure Analysis for the Philippines Energy Industry

 

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The Philippines government has shown keen interest in the development of renewable energy sources like solar, hydropower, wind and geothermal, for electricity generation. Natural gas fired power plants are also being considered in the forecast period, to boost the share of the electricity generation. Import of technology and infrastructure in the development of the transmission lines and sub stations is expected to spur the demand for foreign participants. This research service covers key social and infrastructure trends and their implications for Philippines energy industry.

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