DOE, MIAA, PE2 and PLDT discuss next steps for GEMP pilot in NAIA T2

  • DOE, MIAA, PE2 and PLDT meet on 18 January 2019 to discuss next steps for PE2-led pilot energy monitoring system project to support GEMP. From left: Alvin I. Martinez (PLDT), Jesus T. Tamang (DOE), Alexander Ablaza (PE2), Lea D. Amurao (PLDT), Theresa Acedillo-Lapuz (PE2), Asec. Robert B. Uy (DOE), Luigi G. Eusebio (PE2), Adrian Ramos (MIAA), Edson Andrada (MIAA), and Richard A. Uy (PE2). (PE2 photo by Luigi Eusebio)
    DOE, MIAA, PE2 and PLDT meet on 18 January 2019 to discuss next steps for PE2-led pilot energy monitoring system project to support GEMP. From left: Alvin I. Martinez (PLDT), Jesus T. Tamang (DOE), Alexander Ablaza (PE2), Lea D. Amurao (PLDT), Theresa Acedillo-Lapuz (PE2), Asec. Robert B. Uy (DOE), Luigi G. Eusebio (PE2), Adrian Ramos (MIAA), Edson Andrada (MIAA), and Richard A. Uy (PE2). (PE2 photo by Luigi Eusebio)

TAGUIG CITY, 18 January 2019 – The Department of Energy (DOE), the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA), the Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) and PLDT Inc. (PLDT) met earlier today to discuss the next steps relating to a proposed donation and installation of a PE2-led pilot cloud-based energy monitoring system in the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 2 (T2) building in support of the broader objectives of the DOE-led Government Energy Management Program (GEMP).

The parties agreed to facilitate another ocular inspection of the four power substations of NAIA T2 through the remainder of January 2019. The technical findings of this inspection will allow PE2 to finalize the technical aspects of the installation project, which may become the basis of donation to be proposed to DOE and MIAA within the first quarter of 2019.

Representing DOE were Assistant Secretary Robert B. Uy and Director Jesus T. Tamang of the Energy Utilization Management Bureau (EUMB). PE2 was represented by its president Alexander Ablaza, treasurer Theresa Acedillo-Lapuz, GEMP pilot project team coordinator Richard A. Uy and member services and communications manager Luigi G. Eusebio. Engineers Adrian Ramos and Edson Andrada of the Electrical Division represented MIAA, while public sector business head Alvin I. Martinez and government relationship manager Lea D. Amurao represented PLDT.

On behalf of PE2, Ablaza took the opportunity to congratulate DOE on the recent bicameral approval of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Act and requested continued top-level DOE support to ensure that the bill is ultimately approved by the President. PE2 likewise offered its support in the DOE drafting of the implementing rules and regulations under the anticipated law, and in the finalization of updated energy service company accreditation guidelines.

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