The Philippine Experience in Geothermal Energy Development

@article{Ratio2018ThePE,
  title={The Philippine Experience in Geothermal Energy Development},
  author={Marnel Arnold Ratio and Jillian Aira S. Gabo‐Ratio and Anna Leah Tabios-Hillebrecht},
  journal={Lecture Notes in Energy},
  year={2018}
}
Situated along the Pacific Ring of Fire, the Philippines has a total installed capacity of 1916 MW geothermal energy, which makes it one of the world’s top producers. The Philippine Government aims to increase its renewable energy capacity to an estimated 15,304 MW by 2030 comprising of 1495 MW for geothermal capacity. In order to reach its interim targets for increasing geothermal installed capacity, the government must work closely with the private resource developers to expedite permit… 
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