The theme for NECM 2018 is 'Fostering Innovation, Resiliency and Sustainability'.
1427 signed by then President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on 11 December 2007 provides for the celebration of NECM to coincide with the DOE's anniversary.
The observance of NECM held in the month of December every year highlights the importance of energy in the daily lives of Filipinos and in the country's economic development.
The DOE attached agencies will also be holding several activities in support of the NECM
including Philippine National Oil Company-Renewable Corporation's Solar Expo; National Electrification Administration's EC Milestones and Recognition Ceremony; and the Ceremonial Switch-on for 11 Millionth Consumer Connection.
The results show considerable variation in each variable, ranging from 6 to 77 for RHA, 7 to 90 for CHA, 1 to 48 for REV, 2 to 38 for CEV, 5 to 42 for NECM, 1 to 31 for CM, 1.2 to 26 [degrees]C for temperature, and 2.5 to 60.0 [micro]g/[m.sup.3] for P[M.sub.10].
However, the relationships between temperature and cardiorespiratory mortality (NECM and CM) differed from the morbidity outcomes and varied by lengths of lag.
The results show interactive effects of P[M.sub.10] and temperature on RHA, REV, NECM, and CM at all time points, less so for CHA and CEV.
The results indicate statistically significant interactive effects between temperature and P[M.sub.10] on RHA, CHA, NECM, and CM at different lags.
There were statistically significant interactions for RHA, CHA, NECM, and CM at different lags, but not for CEV and REV.
We used an independent model (model 1) and a bivariate response model (model 2) to examine the patterns of temperature with several health outcomes (RHA, CHA, REV, CEV, NECM, and CM).