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Delayed energy efficiency law seen reducing projected savings benefits
21 Feb

Delayed energy efficiency law seen reducing projected savings benefits

The delay in the passage of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Act (EE&C) is depriving the economy of the immediate benefits of the P37.8 trillion estimated savings from curbing energy use through 2040, the Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) said.

PE2, a non-stock, non-profit organization of energy efficiency market stakeholders, said in a statement on Thursday that the proposed law could also soften the impact of rising energy prices.

PE2 meets newly appointed DOE EUMB Director Cesar G. Dela Fuente III on 14 February 2019. From left: Director Dela Fuente, PE2 vice president for external affairs Ruth Yu-Owen, PE2 president Alexander Ablaza, and DOE EECD Senior Supervising Research Specialist Antonio M. Nabong (PE2 photo by Luigi Eusebio)
14 Feb

PE2 meets new DOE EUMB director

TAGUIG CITY, 14 February 2019 – The Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) met earlier today Atty. Cesar G. Dela Fuente III, the newly appointed OIC Director of the Energy Utilization Management Bureau (EUMB) of the Department of Energy (DOE). Director Dela Fuente replaced Director Jesus T. Tamang, who was transferred to the Energy Resource Development Bureau late last week. Atty.

PE2 places PHL in IEA’s global ESCO map
07 Feb

PE2 places PHL in IEA’s global ESCO map

PARIS, France, 7 February 2019 – The Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) submitted energy service company (ESCO) market data to the International Energy Agency (IEA), allowing the global energy agency to upload a Philippines country page under its ESCO and energy efficiency web pages.

Principals of various industry groups link arms as they announce RE EE Philippines 2019 and Water Philippines 2019 during a press conference on 31 January 2019 in SMX Convention Center in Pasay City. From left: Vicky Tan (UBM), William Juan (PISMAP), Franz Furby Ramos (PSSE), Edgar Lopez (PWWA), Vicente Joyas (PWWA), Alexander Ablaza (PE2), Erel Narida (REAP), Dexter Deyto (UBM) and Neneth Javier (PWWA).
01 Feb

PE2, REAP, PWWA, other groups team up for big water, RE and EE event in March

PASAY CITY, 31 January 2019 – The Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) joined earlier today the Renewable Energy Association of the Philippines (REAP), the Philippine Water Works Association (PWWA), the Philippine Society of Sanitary Engineers (PSSE), the Philippine Integrated Society of Master Plumbing (PISMAP) and UBM Exhibitions Philippines in a collaborative show of support and public announcement of the joint holding of RE EE Philippines 2019 and Water Philippines 2019 on 20-22 March 2019 in the SMX Convention Center.

PE2 performs an ocular inspection of the NAIA Terminal 2 power substations on 31 January 2019. (PE2 photos by Luigi Eusebio)
31 Jan

PE2 inspects NAIA T2 substations anew to finalize GEMP pilot proposal

PASAY CITY, 31 January 2019 – The Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) performed today an ocular inspection of the power substations of Terminal 2 (T2) of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). This was conducted as a preparatory milestone to help PE2 formalize an offer to donate to the Philippine Government, through the Department of Energy (DOE) and the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA), a pilot energy monitoring system project under the DOE-led Government Energy Management Program (GEMP). 

Energy efficiency law seen dampening power plant demand
31 Jan

Energy efficiency law seen dampening power plant demand

THE ENERGY SECTOR will play a big role in implementing the proposed energy efficiency and conservation law as about half of the thousands of megawatts that can be displaced with the adoption of the legislation will come from power facilities, an official of an industry organization said.

Alexander Ablaza, president of the Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance, Inc. (PE2), said 45,900 megawatts (MW) are waiting to gathered through energy efficiency initiatives, of which about 23,000 MW are currently accounted for by power facilities.

PE2, ASEP and DOE-EUMB meet on 28 January 2019 to explore collaborative opportunities. From left: Alexander Ablaza (PE2), John Raymond Tioseco (ASEP), Fidelpio Ferraris (ASEP), Joan Escalona (DOE-EUMB), Josephine Mangila-Tioseco (ASEP), Douglas Liner (ASEP). (PE2 photo by Luigi Eusebio).
28 Jan

PE2 continues dialogue with EU-ASEP and DOE-EUMB on EE market needs

TAGUIG CITY, 28 January 2019 – The Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) met with the European Union (EU)-funded Access to Sustainable Energy Programme (ASEP) Technical Assistance project team and a representative of the Department of Energy (DOE) Energy Utilization Management Bureau (EUMB) earlier today to continue exchanges on the needs of the energy efficiency sector and possible collaborative opportunities through the anticipated extension of the ASEP program term. 

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