PRLS, IBS receive a research grant to study the viability of establishing “RE-based hybrid” system in BARMM’s island provinces

In partnership with the Institute of Bangsamoro Studies, the Policy Research and Legal Services (PRLS) received a research grant to explore the viability of establishing a “RE-based hybrid” system that will provide Basilan, Sulu, and Tawi-Tawi with 24/7 access to electricity.

PRLS research team led by Legislative Research Division (LRD) technical staff Mc Ershad Pabillan will work on the study titled, “Decentralized Microgrids: An Energy System Model for the Rural Electrification of BaSulTa Islands.” Other researchers to join Pabillan are Abhoud Syed Lingga, Vincent Casil, Anisah Lingga, Gurhan Adan, and Franscesca Agua. The BARMM’s Ministry of Science and Technology awarded the grant on September 1.

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