Kamakailan umikot ang tsismis na si Pangulong Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos lang daw ang unang nakaisip na magtayo ng battery energy storage system dito sa Pilipinas. Ang kaso nga lang, hindi ito totoo. Alamin ang buong katotohanan sa fact check video na ito! NikkoBalbedina/PressOnePH
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