I have so much respect for people and organizations that champion alternative sources of energy for clean and reliable electrical power production!
Currently, we depend largely on hydropower plants. Some electric cooperatives also use several solar panels to augment their sources of energy (Cagayan de Oro’s CEPALCO has a solar panel area) and we all know about the Bangui Wind Farm in Ilocos Norte.
But what about production of electricity without doing much harm to the environment? What about affordable electricity brought about by alternative-energy technologies? Gasification is a solution! Gasification is a process of converting organic or carbon-containing matter into synthetic gas or syngas which could be used to generate electricity. I’m particularly interested with this because we have solid waste areas around the country and this is a great way to convert that to energy! Gasification is even a cleaner alternative to incineration.
Check out how gasification works:
Gasification technology also efficiently produces electrical power with nearly zero emissions! How’s that for caring for Mother Earth?
Good thing there’s now a science-driven company based in Asia that’s set to make waves in helping provide low-cost electricity. Singapore-based NRGLab Pte. Ltd. is now capable of producing environmentally friendly generators – which are more efficient and definitely less expensive. NRGLab uses new and modified technologies to process coal, natural gas, rice husk and even APG into fuel. This results in lower costs.
Read more about the NRGLab Gasification Program and support their gasification project by sharing this post! These guys have a program that, in my opinion, Philippine government leaders, businessmen and non-government organizations should look into.
Thanks so much!
NRGLab Company: www.nrglab.asia
NRGLab’s Gasification Project: http://nrglab.asia/projects/gasificationprogram.html
The Fund of entrepreneurs-inventors: www.anashell.com
Viscoil Holdings: www.viscoil.com
NRGLab’s YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/NRGLABSGD
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So after Rivermaya band’s performance at the SMB Night Kaamulan Festival 2013 in Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, my friends Jojo, Jacquee, Emil and I, including the San Miguel Beer bosses and folks behind St. Jude Distributors, accompanied them for dinner. Artists usually request for food after concerts and frankly, my friends and I became pretty hungry, too haha! Who wouldn’t be when Rivermaya gave quite an electrifying performance and we all danced and sang our hearts out that night? In fact, all of us were still on a natural high after the show
We all trooped to a local restaurant, thinking that all we’d do is eat, accompany the boys, take photos and say our goodbyes. What actually happened was far more than just that. There was laughter – LOTS of it. There was an impromptu jam. There were super funny antics – LOTS! People had the chance to sing with Rivermaya. And Rivermaya gamely sang several songs! Woo hoo!
It was a night to remember! MISMO NA!
To “preserve” some precious memories that only the people who were present that night have the privilege to share, I won’t post all of the photos I took. Suffice it to say that it was an evening that every Rivermaya fan will cherish. Personally, I saw a different side of the guys that night and I was truly impressed. I’ve worked with so many artists in the past already and I can safely say that the Rivermaya members I met that night were amazing, very talented, amiable and game! I just hope that they remain humble and approachable amid the fame.
Mark Escueta and Norby David
Handsome Mark gamely sings a song
Looks like Mike and Al, who stood a few feet away, had a great time
Mike Elgar gamely hit the guitar. Asked him for a smile. Look at what he gave me
Norby David a.k.a. Mr. Smile. I call him Mabs. I told the other guys about it and they were like, “Puwede! Puwede ding Bents.” If you want to know why, leave a comment below
Mabs belting out “Kisapmata”
Norby showcasing his vocal chops
I told Mabs this photo will help draw in lots of traffic for my websites Do you agree?
The guys having a little meeting What do you think they’re discussing?
Actually, I asked them for a video message for the readers of two of my websites.
One of the festival highlights was the much-awaited San Miguel Beer Night or SMB Night, which was held last March 10, 2013 at the Capitol Grounds, Malaybalay City. My dearest friends Jojo and Jacquee invited me and a bunch of other friends to watch the SMB Night concert, which was headlined by no less than iconic Filipino band Rivermaya and up-and-coming pop funk band Save Me Hollywood VIP treatment – backstage access – seats nearest the stage (although my friends and I chose to be a part of the moshpit instead!) and here’s the coolest part – unlimited San Miguel Beer! Thanks so much SMB, Jojo and Jacquee!
Allow me to share some of the photos I took that night of Save Me Hollywood. This band plays rock, pop punk and alternative music. Fronted by ex MYX VJ Juliann Savard, Save Me Hollywood band is composed of Carlos Calderon (of Chicosci), Melvin Macatiag (of Typecast), Aaron Corvera (of April Morning Skies) and Ariel Lumanlan.