While projecting that a big chunk of electric power will be sourced from coal steam, the US Department of Energy (USDOE) projected that the fuel cell technology will still have no contribution in electric power generation up to 2030. (http://www.eia.doe.gov/oiaf/aeo/excel/aeohptab_9.xls).
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Last February and, just recently, this month of May, I had a one-on-one discussion with fellow local engineers who happen to have a wide range of experience in developing and implementing modern day, as well as, old technology to meet the human needs and for profit, as well. And like me, we always like to […]
Last week, I attended a training seminar on PV solar system organized by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JIAC) and the Philippine Department of Energy (DOE). Although, PV solar system is capable of supplying large amount of power, like the 1 MW solar plant at Cagayan de Oro and owned by CEPALCO, the training focused only of Solar Home System (SHS) and Battery Charging System (BCS).