In the next three years, the Philippines is finalising a target of installing between 50 and 100 megawatts (MW) of solar power capacity, but already has as much as 537 MW of proposals for solar plants lodged with the Philippine Department of Energy.
What does PDOE stand for?
PDOE stands for Philippine Department of Energy
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- Porsche Drive-Off Assistant
- Pronounced Dead on Arrival
- Public Display of Affection
- Prescription Drug and Other Assistance Programs (Medicare)
- Payroll Deductions Online Calculator (various locations)
- Procurement Documentation
- Plovdiv's District Oncologic Dispensary
- Para District Obedience Dog Club (Australia)
- Phelps Dodge Order Entry
- Proud Daughter of Eve (blog)
- Principal Direction of Force
- Partial Denture over a Fixed Bar (dental appliance)
- Pennsylvania Department of Health (Harrisburg, PA)
- Provincial Department of Health
- People's Democratic Organization for Independence and Socialism (Gambia)
- Pezzy Dance Of Joy
- Piteå Dansar Och Ler (street festival in the north of Sweden)
- Persistent Document Object Model
- Problem Domain Objects Model
Samples in periodicals archive:
Ariel Fronda of the Philippine Department of Energy said geothermal power ranks fifth in the country's 2010 installed power capacity mix, with a share of 12.
The Manila Bulletin reported last week that a new study commissioned by the Philippine Department of Energy (PDOE) and conducted by researchers at De La Salle University (DLSU) concludes that the cost of producing gasoline blended with ethanol derived from a molasses feedstock is comparable to the cost of producing conventional, unleaded gasoline.
According to IFT, Philippine Department of Energy (DOE)-owned company National Power Corporation will manage the program, which will include the consumption of approximately 7,500 tons of fuel.
Conceptualised as early as 2003, the dam project was funded and implemented by E8 through the Tokyo Electric Power Company with the support of the Philippine Department of Energy and the Ifugao provincial government.