Sunday, January 30, 2005

Paper on EPIRA

I never know this was published until today. Read Agham's paper entitled "Ever increasing rates from the EPIRA: a closer look at the electric power industry in the Philippines". You can also download it at http://www.kgargar.tk.

See also related news stories at http://www.inq7.net/power.

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apprentice01 said...

Naa untay effort ang taga-Agham to educate the people at a more grassroot level so that the people may understand the implication of this in their day-today living...MORE POWER TO SCIENTISTS OF THE PEOPLE!!!

For the meanwhile, listen sa 'ko "Truly Madly Deeply"(SAVAGE GARDEN), hapit na raba V-D, la diri ako supposed date ana nga day nag-aboard na sa airplane...magminyo nato og kano..he..he..

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