Sunday, October 13, 2013

DOE Drafts Comprehensive Energy Plan

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The Department of Energy- Energy Policy and Planning Bureau (DOE-EPPB) is conducting a series of sectoral campaigns in line with the agency’s mandate to formulate a comprehensive energy plan.

The DOE-EPPB is finalizing the Philippine Energy Plan 2016 to 2030 as the energy sector’s contribution to the Ambisyon Natin 2040 (Executive Order 5), which lays down the foundation for inclusive growth and a high-trust society.

According to Energy Secretary Alfonso G. Cusi, the DOE is currently formulating a 15-year energy plan and even a plan until 2040 that entails a series of studies factoring in gross domestic product (GDP) and population growth, among others.

According to DOE-EPPB, these sectoral roadmaps are a result of the review exercises done by the Department on the effectiveness of the current agenda and the identification of implementation gaps in the program. Each of the roadmaps is complemented by programs of action which are broken down into short, medium, and long-term targets guided by its overall objectives by 2030.

Cusi said, “The PEP formulation paved the way for the development of sectoral energy roadmaps that are critical to ensure energy security and increased energy access. We have conducted a series of consultations with various stakeholders – local government units, electric cooperatives, non-government organizations, civil society organizations (CSOs), academe, RE developers, oil industry players, generation companies, chamber of commerce and industries, financial institutions and development partners – to present the Plan and generate inputs for its enhancement."

The DOE brought the Plan to the following cities:

1) Cagayan de Oro (11 October)
2) Legaspi (13 October)
3) Iloilo (18 October))
4) Davao City (25 October)
5) Cebu City (28 October)
6) Bonifacio Global City (04 November).

The DOE-EPPB collated issues raised in the plenary discussion during the consultations held in the cities of Cagayan de Oro, Legaspi, Iloilo and Davao, which are initiatives on low carbon future (lowering of greenhouse gas emissions), oil deregulation, electricity pricing, rural electrification, renewable energy development and its policy mechanisms, measures on energy efficiency and conservation, Energy Regulations 1-94 and other local energy concerns.

“Planning our country’s energy roadmap safeguards our Filipino consumers and our industry participants from any undesirable energy scenarios in the future. It is our job to protect them,” Cusi explained.

"Once the plan is finished, it will greatly contribute to the expansion of the country’s economic prospects through the provision of employment opportunities and generation of investments that will subsequently provide all Filipinos a life envisioned to be Matatag, Maginhawa at Panatag,” Cusi concluded.

Cheong-Kwan-Jang Korean Red Ginseng SM City North EDSA Store Opening

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Korean red ginseng has several documented health benefits which include boosting immunity to fight off viral infections, protective effects and anti-carcinogenic properties against various types of cancer, medicinal cure for impotence and improving sexual function in both men and women, and a lot of other health benefits.

I know that red ginseng is very popular in Korea for being the the most effective ginseng on the market. It is 100% originally grown and is filled with many vitamins and minerals. Korean red ginseng extract is sold in every Korean pharmacy and at many supermarkets as a health remedy and is also available in candies, juices, crackers, tea, and other products.

Cheong-Kwan-Jang is the brand name of Red Ginseng products manufactured by KGC that has become the exquisite brand favored in overseas markets in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Japan. The name itself means genuine government-packed products manufactured in the government-run factory. It has now opened a store in the Philippines located at the Upper Ground Floor of SM City North EDSA Annex.

Transformative Power of Art Part III : Moving the Soul with Color

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“Color arises through the deeds and sufferings of the Light.” - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
In this third module of The Transformative Power of Art visual arts training course in the Philippines, artist, educator and art therapist Iris Sullivan will work with Goethe's Theory of Color and Liane Collot d’ Herbois' approach to Light, Darkness and Color.

This course offers participants the opportunity to experience, through sequential colored exercises, the journey of the human soul into incarnation through light and dark, or as Goethe said, through suffering and deeds.

Collot's path to art requires discipline in listening to color and not to oneself in the first steps.

This approach is to enliven the capacity to become a vessel for the creative and healing powers that move through color and art.

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