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Mr. Mario C. Marasigan

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Renewable Energy Management Bureau

Employment History

  • Director IV
    Renewable Energy Management Bureau
  • Director IV
    Department of Energy
  • Director of the Renewable Energy Management Bureau
  • Director of the Energy Utilization Management Bureau
  • Head
    Energy Utilization and Management Bureau
  • Assistant Director
    Energy Utilization Management Bureau for the Philippines

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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After proving the potential of the ..., 29 Sept 2015 [cached]
After proving the potential of the areas, we will offer them under open and competitive selection process (OCSP)," said Renewable Energy Management Bureau director Mario Marasigan.
We are conducting further explorations to prove that there are big resources there so that we can justify the high cost of submarine cables (to connect the power plants to the grid) if developed," Marasigan said.
San Carlos BioPower, 3 Nov 2014 [cached]
The company, controlled by listed firm Greenergy Holdings Inc., would start the construction of the project to meet its December 2014 target completion date, said DOE director Mario Marasigan. Biomass facilities are becoming more popular.
The construction will start soon," said Department of Energy (DOE) director Mario Marasigan, adding that by December 2014, the construction should be finished.
DOE Director Mario Marasigan expressed his support for the new project, saying that the DOE is very excited to see the start of construction of one of the first biomass power plants under the Renewable Energy Law.*CPG
::: Welcome to Greenergy Solutions, Inc. :::, 22 June 2010 [cached]
Mario Marasigan, Assistant Secretary of the Department of Energy, said the Philippines was blessed with resources for energy projects: sun, wind, water. "Starting today," he said, "we will be celebrating clean energy."
In the roundtable discussion on the future of compressed natural gas for transport in the Philippines, Marasigan said CNG was "not yet economically viable. Ankur Arora of Intermech Ltd of New Zealand pointed out the need to consider technical know-how from other countries. "Safety first," he said.
Marasigan mentioned the "huge capital investment in doing clean energy" and EVP Cecilia C Borromeo of the Land Bank replied, "We have funds."
PhilCarbon | Green Power. Clean Power., 22 Sept 2011 [cached]
In this photo from left to right: DOE's Asst. Secretary Mario Marasigan, Sec.
Shown in photo from right to left: Ms. Ruth Yu-Owen, Philcarbon's President, Director Mario Marasigan of Department of Energy, Mr. Rufino Bomasang, Philcarbon's Chairman, Mr. Robert Francis Owen, Philcarbon's Director, Thomas Jeremiah Owen and Dennis Thomas.
Mario Marasigan, ..., 13 May 2014 [cached]
Mario Marasigan, DOE's Renewable Energy Management Bureau director, however, said the Philippines is not alone in its dilemma when it comes to ocean energy given that the industry is still at its nascent stage. "There are very limited ocean energy installations in the world, commercialization is difficult. Also, pricing mechanism is difficult to establish without sufficient basis and with limited comparative studies not only in the Philippines but also around the world," Marasigan said. Ocean energy capacity in commercial operations worldwide to date is only about 527 MW, with France currently having the largest existing ocean power facility with a generating capacity of 240 MW. Harnessing the ocean for power purposes involves various technologies that use tides, waves, and temperature difference to create energy. Marasigan said the country may not be able to see its first ocean power facility built in the near term given the various challenges and barriers it is currently facing. He said, however, that the DOE remains confident in its development locally and eyes the first ocean energy installation to happen by 2020.
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