Category Archives: Pinoy Green Technology

Philippines Setting Electric Vehicles Trend

Philippines Setting Electric Vehicles Trend

The Philippines has been a trend setter for electric vehicles (EV) for the past years. Though they do not have the latest nor the most high-tech electric vehicle technology in world. They have managed to push for initiatives and create several programs promoting the use of electric vehicles.

Add Comments May 15, 2012

Air Pollution Absorbing Paint - Manila Experiments with ‘Purifying Paint’

Air Pollution Absorbing Paint – Manila Experiments with ‘Purifying Paint’

Air pollution is a threat to the environment and human health. According to the World Health Organization, 3 million people die from the effects of air pollution each year. This is three times the number of deaths associated with automobile accidents. Manila, Philippines, is one of the top five polluted  Read more »

Add Comments May 12, 2012

Philippines’ first public e-Jeepney franchise, launched in Makati

Twenty one (21) e-jeepneys started running on the streets of Makati City on March 01, 2012. After the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has issued the country’s first commercial electronic jeepney (e-jeepney) franchise last February 27, 2012.

Add Comments March 10, 2012

Clean water out of humid air - Foreign help for CDO

A foreign company introduces green technology to provide clean water for the Typhoon Sendong damaged Cagayan de Oro (CDO) Philippines. G2 machines are said to produce clean drinkable water from humid air, plus, it will also be powered by solar energy. Six G2 units (Generation 2 water humidifier) has been provided  Read more »

Add Comments March 7, 2012

20T e-trikes by 2012 in Cebu City

As fuel prices continue to rise and air pollution worsens. The government is looking at a cleaner alternative source of energy. This year, Twenty (20) thousand electric tricycles, “e-trikes”, are eyed for Cebu City by the end of 2012. The first significant step of the Philippine government towards a more sutainable,  Read more »

Add Comments January 17, 2012

Makati City: Southeast Asia’s First Energy-Effecient City

Did you know that Makati City (the financial hub of the Philippines today) has been recognized as Southeast Asia’s First Energy-Efficient City on July 2009 by international organization Greenpeace for its programs committed to reduce its carbon footprint? Makati has constantly supported and promoted environment friendly and energy-efficient initiatives. They  Read more »

Add Comments January 16, 2012