Power supply for residents and businesses in Iloilo City is secured after MORE Power signed an interim power supply agreement with one of the country’s largest power producers, Aboitiz Power Corporation.
The agreement — signed by both parties on August 24, 2018 — will see PGPC drilling 12 new production wells over a six-year period to increase steam availability for APRI’s power plant facilities by about 20%, which seeks to ensure a more competitive fuel pricing in the long term.
Celebrating their combined 20 million safe man-hours without lost time injury (LTI), AboitizPower subsidiaries AP Renewables, Inc. (APRI) and San Carlos Sun Power, Inc. (SacaSun) employees blew whistles together for 20 seconds, a symbolic activity that highlights the high value AboitizPower places on safety.
For Angeline “Angie” Quiatchon, teaching means so much more than the lessons taught inside a classroom. Recognizing her essential role in preparing the young to become productive members of society in the future, 30-year-old Teacher Angie of Bitin Elementary School in Laguna, has made learning more engaging, hence more meaningful, for her students.
Ten municipalities of Nueva Ecija will soon power their homes and businesses with clean and renewable energy after Nueva Ecija II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (NEECO II) recently signed a 33-megawatt (MW) power supply deal with AboitizPower.
For most of us, reading is a basic skill that requires little to no effort. For others, it is a challenge and a privilege. This reality in some parts of Laguna struck APRI team member Jessie Cubijano as a pressing concern in the process of coming up with a helpful and sustainable project for APRI’s host communities.
AP Renewables, in partnership with the Aboitiz Foundation, held the Youth Leaders Summit in Batangas and Albay, where 122 youth participants from host communities of APRI MakBan and Tiwi showcased their skills and presented their ideas on how they can innovatively solve pressing problems of their communities.
AboitizPower wholly owned subsidiary AP Renewables, Inc. (APRI) concluded 2017 with back-to-back awards for the successful implementation of its Health and Safety programs and attaining a zero lost time accident.
APRI has been internationally certified since 2015 and continues to operate on the highest standards to ensure the quality of its products and services and the safety and wellness of its employees and host communities, as well as to help promote environmental awareness.
San Jose National High School in Sto. Tomas, Batangas was declared the champion of PaToK Race to Reduce Public Schools Project 2017, the inaugural inter-school competition launched by Aboitiz Group led by Aboitiz Foundation and AP Renewables, Inc.
More than 80 members of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) from Brgy. San Vicente, Sto. Tomas, Batangas and their families learned more about the importance of clean and renewable energy during their recent visit to the Cleanergy Center in Makban, Laguna.
AboitizPower business unit APRI launched the Read to Succeed Program, a project that aims to furnish 47 classrooms with reading corners, train 48 teachers on effective reading instruction and creative storytelling, and train 23 team members on creative storytelling.
More than 130 Special Science Elementary School (SSES) scholars from Grades 1 to 4 in Tiwi Central School received their complete set of learning kits from AP Renewables, Inc. (APRI) and Aboitiz Foundation.
Over 80 members of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) from Brgy. San Vicente, Sto. Tomas, Batangas and their families learned more about the importance of clean and renewable energy during their visit to the Cleanergy Center in Makban, Laguna.
The Read to Succeed program kicked off with trainings on Effective Reading Instructions and Creative Storytelling in Batangas, Laguna, and Albay. Moving forward, APRI is also set to donate library kits and conduct various reading activities through the help of its team member volunteers.
Eton will be getting 5.2 MW from the MakBan Geothermal Power Plant in Batangas, which is operated and managed by AboitizPower subsidiary AP Renewables, Inc. (APRI), to power the operations of its Cyberpod office buildings at Eton Centris in Quezon City.
Losing weight is not easy, but for Aaron Arcega of Maintenance Department, it is a process he was very much willing to commit to. Motivated to help indigent kids, Aaron worked his way to reducing his weight to 160.9 lbs., 12.58% below his previous weight of 184.1 lbs.
Nestle Philippines, Inc. is now using renewable energy to power the operations of its manufacturing facility in Lipa, Batangas. Nestle factory has switched to using Cleanergy from the MakBan Geothermal Power Plant of AboitizPower subsidiary, AP Renewables, Inc. (APRI).
In our pursuit to enhance income-generating activities for our beneficiaries, our host communities play an indispensable role as partners in helping realize the synergies in the implementation of our key programs. Aboitiz plans to purchase back the seedlings for the groupwide tree planting event in July. The school will then use the sale proceeds for various improvement projects.
The Binary Plant 1 is one of three binary cycle power plants in the MakBan Geothermal Project Complex. It utilizes excess heat from spent brine to generate clean and renewable energy for the Luzon Grid.