Solar/Wind Power To Go Up In Badoc and Vintar

MOU SIGNING. Municipality of Badoc officials led by Vice Mayor Thomas Torralba and EC COBUY Philippines Inc. represented by Stephen Chae, CEO and vice president with his Filipina wife Lorena, president and Dong Seop Sin as technical director of the project, sign a memorandum of understanding to put up solar and wind farm in Badoc.
MOU SIGNING. Municipality of Badoc officials led by Vice Mayor Thomas Torralba (2nd from left) and EC COBUY Philippines Inc. represented by Stephen Chae, CEO and vice president with his Filipina wife Lorena, president and Dong Seop Sin as technical director of the project, sign a memorandum of understanding to put up solar and wind farm in Badoc.

Ilocos Times*
Aug. 25, 2013

 

BADOC, ILOCOS NORTE—The more, the merrier.

Joining the line-up of wind and solar power farms in the country’s seeming capital of renewable energy, another company with investors from South Korea is ready to shell out US$70 million for the installation of a solar power plant and turbo wind power turbine system and LED lighting at the hometown of famous Filipino painter Juan Luna.

TITSER: Some Painful Truths

Growing up and going to school in Bangui, I could relate to some of the painful truths in this movie. It’s unfortunate that some of those who hand down education policies addressing some of the gut issues arrayed here, more often than not, look beyond these truths.

Our school children cannot be left to DepEd alone; I suppose the local leadership (LGU) could pitch in in some meaningful way. They just have to think hard and try.

Happy Birthday, Bali Hai

An homage to a sibling, who just celebrated a milestone in her life — her 96th birthday last July 27th, and who unselfishly and lovingly sacrificed for me quite a lot of the opportunities God intended for her… Joe Padre

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