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Screenshots of participants of the PE2 General Membership Meeting and meetings of the Board of Trustees on 26 May 2020. (PE2 images by Luigi Eusebio)
26 May

PE2 convenes best-attended GMM and board meetings as Alliance prepares for “new normal”

MAKATI CITY, 26 May 2020 – The Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) convened earlier today its best-attended annual General Membership Meeting (GMM) and special meetings of the Board of Trustees in its first-ever virtual meetings. Over two-thirds of its regular and associate membership and 100% of its elected board of trustees participated actively in their respective meetings.

The House Committee on Energy chaired by Rep. Lord Allan Jay Q. Velasco (upper left) and other energy sector stakeholders attend a Zoom meeting on 13 May 2020 to discuss the ECQ impacts and the “new normal” in this video grab from the online meeting. Clockwise from upper left: Rep. Velasco, Alexander Ablaza of PE2, Jim Aboitiz of Aboitiz Power, Dir. Mario C. Marasigan and Usec. Felix William B. Fuentebella of DOE, Rep. Jericho Nograles and DOE Sec. Alfonso G. Cusi . (PE2 image)
13 May

PE2 shares stimulus position in House Energy panel meeting on “new normal”

QUEZON CITY, 13 May 2020 – The Committee on Energy (COE) of the House of Representatives invited Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) and other energy sector stakeholders in a virtual meeting held earlier today to exchange views on actions taken since the start of the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) for what could collectively evolve as the Energy Sectors’ Planned Mitigating Measures and Plans for the “New Normal.” During this meeting, the COE and PE2 were able to discuss the latter’s

A screenshot showing DOE EUMB Dir. Patrick T. Aquino delivering closing statements (upper center) and PE2 officer Theresa Acedillo-Lapuz participating (upper right) in the virtual public consultation held on 12 May 2020 for the draft guidelines for the Minimum Energy Performance for Products. (PE2 photo)
12 May

PE2 joins DOE PubCon for MEPP guidelines

TAGUIG CITY, 12 May 2020 – The Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) joined other market stakeholders in a virtual public consultation (“PubCon”) hosted earlier today by the Department of Energy (DOE), through its Energy Efficiency & Conservation Performance Regulation and Enforcement Division (EPRED), one of the newly created divisions of the Energy Utilization Management Bureau (EUMB). DOE was led by its EUMB Director Patrick T.

(Photo: BusinessWorld)
12 May

DoE asks gov’t agencies to reduce energy use for COVID-19 fund

THE Department of Energy (DoE) directed government agencies to adopt energy-saving measures so that more funds can be channeled to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) response. “[A]ll concerned government agencies are enjoined to implement energy conservation projects and measures to achieve at least ten percent (10%) cost savings in the petroleum products, air, steam, and electricity consumption that would result to the addition to government’s resources to contain the spread of COVID-19,” Energy Secretary Alfonso G.

(Photo: Philippine News Agency)
05 May

Energy players seek ₱55-billion share

Industry players and companies advancing energy efficiency (EE) ventures in the country are batting for US$1.1 billion or ₱55-billion inclusion in the economic recovery stimulus package that shall be specifically funneled to EE initiatives and investments.

DOE EUMB Dir. Patrick T. Aquino, DOE Senior Undersecretary Jesus Cristino P. Posadas and PE2 president Alexander Ablaza gather in this DOE briefing for IAEECC in this 16 December 2019 file photo. (PE2 photo by Luigi Eusebio)
04 May

DOE EUMB issues no-objection to PE2 position on EE as economic stimulus

TAGUIG CITY, 4 May 2020 – The Department of Energy (DOE), through its Energy Utilization Management Bureau (EUMB), issued earlier today a no-objection letter to the Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) on the PE2 position statement, “Supporting the International Energy Agency’s Call to Include Energy Efficiency as Economic Stimulus.”

PE2 member representatives join DOE and other ESCO market stakeholders in a PE2-LCEP ESCO certification workshop in this 4 February 2020 file photo. (PE2 photo by Luigi Eusebio)
30 Apr

PE2 submits comments to DOE for draft ESCO certification guidelines

TAGUIG CITY, 30 April 2020 – The Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) submitted earlier today its official comments to the draft Department of Energy (DOE) Department Circular (DC): Guidelines, Rules and Procedures in the Administration, Classification and Certification for Energy Service Company (ESCO). This in response to the letter of DOE Energy Utilization Management Bureau (EUMB) Director Patrick T.

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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

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