Monthly Archives: September 2018

2022 is 50th martial law anniversary, national election year, and time for historical judgment

I just finished a piece on the martial law debates, which usually reach their peak in September. It is entitled “2022 elections will decide Philippine history’s heroes and villains”.

Download the piece here.

The piece explains why this debate will reach its peak in 2022, which is the 50th anniversary of martial law in the Philippines, as well as the year when we elect a new set of national leaders.

Finally I draw a scenario about potential candidates for the top national leadership position.



microRenewables, Issue No. 8

This is Issue No. 8 of microRenewables Magazine, for download. It is a 12 Mb file.

The Table of Contents include:

  1. Editorial: Can the Philippine electricity sector reduce its carbon emissions by 70%?
  2. Renewable energy syllabus now ready for piloting
  3. Aurora folks learn micro-RE installation
  4. Solar PV energizes Dumagat Heritage Village in Bulacan
  5. My internship at CREST
  6. DIY lithium battery storage
  7. SRI beats 10 hybrid varieties in 2017 Samar rice derby
  8. SRI: the seven basic practices

Roberto Verzola

Note: The pdf file was edited for minor corrections and updated Sept. 20, 2018. If you downloaded Issue No. 8 before Sept. 20, 2018, please discard that version and download the current one, which is the final version for public circulation.