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Monday, February 18, 2019

DOE Conducts an Energy Accounting IEC at PUP-San Juan


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ALL SMILES: DOE-EPPB Assistant Director Melita V. Obillo with the students of Polytechnic University of the Philippines, San Juan Branch, during the Energy Accounting IEC. The IEC aims to share the importance of energy in economic growth to PUP students.

The Department of Energy (DOE) conducted yesterday (14 February) Information, Education and Communication (IEC) Campaign on Energy Accounting at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, San Juan Branch. 

Energy Secretary Alfonso G. Cusi said, “Energy is a keystone of sustained economic growth, especially in support of the administration’s Build Build Build program. We need to reach out to our students – our future industry professionals – and impart as much knowledge and understanding on the role of energy in our country’s development as early as possible.”

The DOE- Energy Policy and Planning Bureau (EPPB) led the IEC, which seeks to underscore the importance of energy economics to the students.

DOE-EPPB Senior Science Research Specialist Arnel C. Antonio discussed basic energy concepts; the government’s role in the energy sector, including the mandate and role of the DOE, as well as its policies, plans and programs; sources of energy; production of secondary energy (electricity and fuel); and the energy end-users.

DOE-EPPB Supervising Science Research Specialist Marietta M. Quejada, on the other hand, provided an overview on the energy accounting process that includes the collection, organization, and dissemination of energy data and information, to aid the country’s energy-related policy formulation, planning, and decision-making.

“An IEC Campaign on Energy Accounting affirms the government’s sincerity in providing transparent and reliable energy data and statistics, while educating the public on the basic principles of energy economics,” Sec. Cusi added.

180 students attended the event, which was capped by a quiz bee to challenge their knowledge and understanding of the new energy concepts and information they learned from the IEC. 


ALL EARS: Students of Polytechnic University of the Philippines, San Juan Branch eagerly listen to the Energy Accounting 101 presentation of DOE-EPPB Supervising Science Research Specialist Marietta M. Quejada.

DOTr Secretary Tugade’s Name Used in Illegal Activities


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On the use of DOTr Secretary Tugade’s name in illegal activities

The Department of Transportation (DOTr) warns the public against individuals who continue to use the name of DOTr Secretary Arthur P. Tugade in illegal activities.

Based on reports received by the DOTr, a certain individual allegedly claiming to be Secretary Tugade’s cousin has been disrupting lines and calling names for faster processing of payments and documents at the Land Transportation Office (LTO) Novaliches District Office.

An investigation is already ongoing on this illegal activity.

Please be informed that Secretary Tugade does not tolerate corrupt practices through the unauthorized use of his name, among others.

The DOTr condemns acts such as this, and will closely coordinate with proper authorities to provide appropriate action to the said individual behind this unlawful activity.

The DOTr equally requests the public to be cautious and vigilant, and report to the proper authorities any suspicious individuals or activities wherein Secretary Tugade’s name or any official’s of this Department and its attached agencies is being used.

Thank you.

NOW YOU SEE IT: Magic of Digital Marketing Unmasked


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Witness the spectacle as Foreseen Production uncover the magic in their upcoming seminar entitled “NOW YOU SEE IT: Magic of Digital Marketing Unmasked”.

Now You See It aims to provide marketing students with comprehensive understanding of Digital Marketing on the 11th day of March, 2019 at the Bulwagang Balagtas, NALLRC Bldg, Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Sta. Mesa, Manila. Registration starts at 11am and the event will run from 12nn-5pm.

So prepare to be amazed on what’s going to appear right before your eyes!

For inquiries, you may reach Ms. Kathleen A. Sarsagat at (0945) 548 6184 or email her at kasarsagat@hp.gmail.com

See you there!
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