Solar PV has a strong role to play in the Philippines, where energy demand continues to grow and the power mix remains expensive. While significant utility-scale solar deployments peaked ahead of a deadline to qualify for the Feed-in-Tariff in March this year, a new subsidy quota is on the horizon.
PV Tech caught up with Pete Maniego, Senior Policy Adviser of the Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities and of Counsel of Dime & Eviota Law, to gather his insights on solar subsidies and how PV can compete with fossil fuels in the Southeast Asian country.
Download the Q&A with Pete Maniego below.
Pete Maniego will be speaking at Solar & Off-Grid Renewables Southeast Asia 2016 as it returns for a fourth year this November in Bangkok. Tickets can be booked online.