Energy in the Philippines
Philippines total primary energy consumption in 2012 was 30.2 Mtoe (million Tonne of oil equivalent) according to BP. Most of this energy came from fossil fuels. Electricity consumption in 2010 was 64.52 TWh, of which about two thirds came from fossil fuels, 21% from hydroelectric plants and about 13% from other renewables. The total generating capacity was 16.36 GW.
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