PE2 plans cross-marketing cooperation with ENPAP 4.0

Date Published: 
July 28, 2020
  • Screenshot from a virtual meeting of PE2 officers (starting from top left) Alexander Ablaza, Luigi Eusebio, Ruth Yu-Owen, Theresa Acedillo-Lapuz and Raymond A. Marquez on 28 July 2020. (PE2 screenshot by Luigi Eusebio)
    Screenshot from a virtual meeting of PE2 officers (starting from top left) Alexander Ablaza, Luigi Eusebio, Ruth Yu-Owen, Theresa Acedillo-Lapuz and Raymond A. Marquez on 28 July 2020. (PE2 screenshot by Luigi Eusebio)

MAKATI CITY, 28 July 2020 – Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) president Alexander Ablaza, VP-IA Ruth Yu-Owen, VP-EA Theresa Acedillo-Lapuz, treasurer Raymond A. Marquez and secretariat manager Luigi G. Eusebio, met earlier today to discuss possible approaches for PE2 to reach out to more energy efficiency market stakeholders.

Owen organized the meeting of the officers, calling for an intensified drive for PE2 to expand its membership base as the organization steps up its efforts to partner with the Government for the successful implementation of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation (EE&C) Act. She proposed that officers and trustees be required to nominate and invite an agreed minimum number of players in the EE&C market to apply for PE2 regular or associate membership.

Ablaza proposed a cooperation agreement with ENPAP 4.0, an organization of individual energy efficiency practitioners who support the training requirements of the law, especially for certified energy managers. PE2 treasurer Raymond A. Marquez currently serves ENPAP 4.0 as its President. Ablaza explained that ENPAP 4.0 members can recommend their employers or affiliated companies to apply for PE2 membership or participate in PE2 market activities such as exhibitions, conferences and webinars. PE2 can reciprocate by having its member companies recommend its employees and consultants for ENPAP 4.0 training programs and possible membership. Ablaza will engage the PE2 legal team of Villaraza and Angangco Law to draft the cooperation Memorandum of Understanding for targeted submission to ENPAP 4.0 next week before the latter’s board meeting.

Lapuz, who participated in a recent ENPAP 4.0 training program, supported the planned cooperation with ENPAP 4.0.

Marquez welcomed the idea of reporting PE2’s proposal to the ENPAP 4.0 board when it convenes in early August 2020.

Once PE2 hears back from ENPAP 4.0, Ablaza said that he would seek support and authority from the PE2 Board of Trustees to enable this cooperation agreement.

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