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Logos of some of the energy sector players featured in this year-end article. (Image: PE2)
03 Jan

Disrupted by COVID-19, power sector resets

(PE2 note: This energy sector year-ender article in the 3 January 2020 issue of the Philippine Star highlights PE2’s push for fiscal incentives to mobilize a sizeable bulk of the P 12 trillion energy efficiency capital gap through 2040.)

MANILA, Philippines — The COVID-19 pandemic may have negatively impacted the energy sector but it has opened up a window of opportunity to reset and realign the sector.

Both demand in electricity and petroleum has dropped significantly as economic activity came to a halt since the COVID-19 lockdown started.

As of 2019, the Philippines still has the highest renewable share in the total primary energy supply from among the ASEAN countries. (Image: The Philippine Star through
22 Dec

DOE pushes for low-carbon scenario, new energy asset class

(PE2 note: Danessa Rivera interviews CEOs of DOE, NREB, AboitizPower, AC Energy and PE2 in this year-end energy feature for DOE. The article highlights PE2’s push for fiscal incentives to implement 45,900 MW virtual generation through energy efficiency as a “new energy asset class.”)

THE PHILIPPINES marks a pivotal year for the power industry as it decides to shun new coal power developments in the future.

Speakers from PE2 and the ESCO sector pose for a group photo during the ECCP-PE2 co-organized EE forum on 26 November 2020. Clockwise from upper left: Theresa Acedillo-Lapuz of PE2 and Hi-Cool Engineering; Thomas Teehan of Minimise Southeast Asia; Ruth Yu Owen of PE2 and Upgrade Energy Philippines; Raymond A. Marquez of PE2 and EconoServ Solutions; and, Alexander Ablaza of PE2 and Climargy. (Screenshot image: ECCP)
26 Nov

ECCP and PE2 showcase ESCO capabilities in 5th EE forum

MAKATI CITY, 26 November 2020 – The European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP) and the Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) co-hosted earlier today the fifth energy efficiency (EE) event under the ECCP Energy Smart Forum Series with its EE Forum entitled “Partnering with ESCOs to Launch Energy Efficiency Programs.” PE2 member companies E

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06 Nov

DOE, PE2 meet DBP CEO on EE lending

MAKATI CITY, 6 November 2020 – The Department of Energy (DOE) and the Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) jointly met with Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) President Emmanuel G. Herbosa earlier today to kick-off a three-way conversation on how all three entities can work together to enable energy efficiency (EE) financing especially for projects hosted by government entities. PE2 organized the virtual meeting, which was held via Zoom.

Screenshots of participants of the 5th APEIA Meeting on 3 November 2020. (Images: APEIA, PE2)
03 Nov

Asia-Pacific ESCO body sets start-up plan, welcomes Thai group in 5th meeting

SINGAPORE, 3 November 2020 – Nine country energy service company (ESCO) associations of the Asia-Pacific ESCO Industry Alliance (APEIA) held its 5th APEIA Meeting earlier today, where it approved actions toward the incorporation of a legal entity in Singapore. During the same meeting, it welcomed the Thai ESCO Association as the ninth country ESCO organization to participate as a regular member of APEIA.

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29 Oct

Energy efficiency, conservation remains a challenge for everyone

(PE2 note: DOE, PE2, DBP, Delta Dore and Engie Services were featured in this comprehensive report on EE&C by Lenie Lectura for the BusinessMirror.)

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27 Oct

DOE, DPWH, ABB and EU-ASEP promote EE building designs in 4th ECCP-PE2 forum

MAKATI CITY, 27 October 2020 – The European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP) and the Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) jointly held today the energy efficiency (EE) Forum entitled “Promoting Energy Conserving Building Designs,” the fourth webinar under the ECCP-PE2 partnership for the Energy Smart Forum Series 2020.

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Republic Act 11285

R.A. 11285 - An Act Institutionalizing Energy Efficiency and Conservation, Enhancing the Efficient Use of Energy, and Granting Incentives to Energy Efficiency and Conservation Projects

RA 11285 - Text

RA 11285 - Signed

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Beyond COVID-19: How governments, ESCOs and innovative financial modalities can mobilize energy efficiency capital through 2040

Working Together to Bridge an Energy Efficiency Financing Gap


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