In today’s USWAG Pinas! Fist Agenda segment, take a look as President Duterte formally inaugurated the 7.5-MWp Tumingad Solar Power Project in Tablas Island in the Province of Romblon – the first and the largest hybrid-solar diesel microgrid with battery in the country.
The Tumingad Solar Power Project was developed by the Sunwest Water and Electric Company Inc. (SUWECO) in the hopes of providing a clean, green, and reliable electricity in Tablas Island. The projects costs P550 million and upon utilization, it is projected to save P180 million from the universal charge-missionary electrification subsidy per year. It is also expected to light up around 43,400 households in the whole island.
Featured for this episode’s segment dubbed ‘Special Report’, take a look on the most recent developments in the Philippines-China relations when President Rodrigo Roa Duterte embarked on an Official Visit to the People’s Republic of China in August 2019.
For this month’s episode, the ‘Executive Review’ segment gives highlights on the President’s activities for the month of September.
For this month’s ‘Special Report’ segment, take a look as several city Mayors in Metro Manila, together with the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG), implement the directive of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte in his fourth State of the Nation Address (SONA) to clear the roads in the National Capital Region (NCR) from various obstructions within sixty (60) calendar days — an initiative that aims to improve the traffic situation within the region.
USWAG Pinas! is the flagship program of Radio-Television Malacañang (RTVM) that showcases the movement of the national leadership and its agencies, the multi-faceted beauty of the Philippines, and the invaluable contributions of modern Filipino heroes for national development.
Derived from the Bisayan term ‘uswag’ which means progress, the social media program aims to inform viewers on the accomplishments of the current administration and to inspire the Filipino people to contribute voluntarily for the country’s development.