Our Projects
Project Area Type of RE Power Capacity End Uses
Mindanao Area:
Sitio Lubas, Barangay Amabel, Magpet Municipality, North Cotabato Micro-Hydropower (Run-of-River) 18 Kilowatts Household Lighting
Sitio Timodos, Barangay Manobisa, Magpet Municipality, North Cotabato Micro-Hydropower (Run-of-River) 23 Kilowatts Household Lighting & Agri-processing
Sitio Timan, Barangay Lacunon, T’boli Municipality, South Cotabato Ram Pump 2 units Potable Water
Sitio Lubo, Barangay Ned, Lake Sebu Municipality, South Cotabato Micro-Hydropower (Run-of-River) 35 Kilowatts Household Lighting
Sitio Bendum, Barangay Busdi, Malaybalay, Bukidnon Micro-Hydropower (Run-of-River) 10 Kilowatts Household Lighting and Consumer Electronics
Polomolok, Colombio Municipality, Sultan Kudarat Ram Pump 2 units Potable Water
Barangay Klubi, Lake Sebu Municipality, South Cotabato Ram Pump 2 units Potable Water
Barangay Sapad, Matanog Municipality, Shariff Kabunsuan Micro-Hydropower (Run-of-River) 45 Kilowatts Household Lighting
Barangay Micolabo, Picong Municipality, Lanao del Sur Micro-Hydropower (Run-of-River) 40 Kilowatts Household Lighting
Barangay Upper Sepaka, Surallah, South Cotabato Micro-Hydropower (Run-of-River) 40 Kilowatts Household Lighting
About Us
A little bit of background on our organization
Yamog works in Christian, Muslim and Lumad communities in Mindanao. Its renewable energy projects and other related activities are community-demand driven characterized by strong community participation all throughout the project cycle. Cognizant of the importance of multi-stakeholders partnership, Yamog works
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Community Development Innovators  – In March 1993, a small group of alternative development professionals came together and decided to do something different, which was the creation of Yamog Renewable Energy Development Group, Inc. It was a time when mass poverty
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Over the past two decades, we have consistently advocated for the utilization of renewable energy  to propel transformative development especially in Mindanao’s off-grid communities where the problem of poverty is most severe. We have persistently pursued our dream of building
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Meet the team
People behind the organization

Porferio R. Jabla Jr.

Chairperson, Board of Directors and Program Managing Director

Engr. Santos M. Eusebio, Jr.

Vice-Chairperson, Board of Directors

Engr. Nazario R. Cacayan

Member, Board of Directors and Technical Director Renewable Energy and Water Resource Management

Ma. Annabelle S. Jabla

Secretary, Board of Directors

Ricardo M. Abad

Treasurer, Board of Directors
Latest News
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Construction of Micro-Hydropower System in Sitio Lubas Reaches First Milestone

Aug. 7, 2017 by

by: Lanz Gabriel S. Jabla With the completion of the intake weir, residents of Sitio Lubas are a step closer to enjoying their very own micro hydro power system. This renewable energy system is designed to provide electrical power of

Micro-Hydropower Project Gives Indigenous Community Access to Renewable Energy

Jan. 16, 2016 by

For the first time, the residents of Sitio Timodos are seeing light bulbs shining brightly within their community. In November 2015, the 23-kilowatts micro-hydropower system was finally completed, tested, and became operational.   Sitio Timodos is located in Barangay Manobisa,

Indigenous Community Learn How to Operate and Maintain their Micro-Hydropower System

Dec. 19, 2015 by

With the micro-hydropower facility of Timodos almost ready for full commissioning, another learning activity was initiated by Yamog on October 21-23, 2015. This was the Operation and Maintenance Training which brought together 25 participants composed of the Board of Directors

Indigenous Youth Hurdle Basic Electricity and Household Wiring Training

Nov. 27, 2015 by

Last October 7-9, 2015, Yamog conducted the Basic Electricity and Household Wiring Training for the beneficiaries of the 23-kilowatt micro-hydropower system in Sitio Timodos, Barangay Manobisa, Magpet, North Cotabato. A total of 12 homegrown electricians, mostly belonging to the youth

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