Michael Pitlock, a Senior Regulatory Advisor of USAID Philippines said that the youth must understand the technicalities and participate on the processes that involve renewable energy.
"Educate yourself as to the process of how prices are set, the commodities, etc., the youth and public must concentrate on the things that are in control of your utility.
Don't waste your time on arguing stuff that has no sense.
Put you efforts on something that you can do," Pitlock
When asked about specifics, he
suggested for young people to be observant of the kilowatt usage in their own household so that they can quantify how electric power may be saved or wasted.