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To contribute to the Philippines’ efforts toward its long-term energy intensity reduction, annual final energy demand reduction, and greenhouse gas emission avoidance targets through the accelerated deployment of energy efficiency (EE), energy conservation (EC) and renewable energy (RE) technologies across various energy end-use sectors and other market segments.

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To accelerate the transformation of the energy market toward low-carbon EE, EC and RE technologies through barrier removal, policy reform, knowledge sharing, capacity building and other market interventions.

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To catalyze investments from both the public and private sectors in projects utilizing EE, EC and RE technologies through policy reform, financial mechanisms, and other market interventions.

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To convene and represent the interests of the Energy Service Company (ESCO) industry especially in collaborating with Government for the promotion of ESCO performance contracting and for regulatory concerns such as ESCO accreditation.

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To convene and represent the interests of other EE, EC and RE market stakeholders which include, but not limited to, technology and solutions providers, EPC contractors, service providers, consultants, investors, financiers, financial institutions, commercial and industrial end-users, and large EE, EC and RE program implementing entities.

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To generate green opportunities in the market.

What PE2 is convened for

The Philippines needs to tap the combined strengths of private sector and civil society market stakeholders to help the country effectively achieve its energy efficiency and conservation roadmap targets, accelerate the decarbonization of the economy through low-carbon energy use, create green jobs, slow the rise in energy prices, generate energy end-use savings across sectors, reduce dependence on imported energy, and help the country meet its Paris climate agreement obligations.

The Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) provides the vehicle to mobilize resources and partner with policy makers to sustain the transformation of the energy end-use market toward a low-carbon future.

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PE2 Infographics on Energy Efficiency and Conservation Roadmap Targets

Infographics on Roadmap Targets for Energy Efficiency and Conservation

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Energy group confident Palace will sign efficiency measure
Jan 21, 2019

THE Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance, Inc. (PE2) said the proposed energy efficiency and conservation law, as cleared by Congress, has narrowed...


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)
Jan 18, 2019

TAGUIG CITY, 18 January 2019 – The Department of Energy (DOE), the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA), the Philippine Energy Efficiency...


MANDALUYONG CITY, Philippines – The Mandaluyong skyline as seen in this aerial image, 9 March 2018 file. The Congress has been trying to pass an energy efficiency and conservation measure since the idea was brought up in the 8th Congress in 1988 but to no avail, leaving the Philippines the only ASEAN country which does not have a law encouraging the efficient utilization of energy while providing tax incentives for energy-efficient projects until now. Photo by Mark Cayabyab/OS WIN GATCHALIAN
Jan 17, 2019

MANILA -- The Bicameral Conference Committee has approved the reconciled Senate and House of Representatives' versions of a measure...


Bicameral Conference Committee approves the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Act during its meeting on 16 January 2019. PE2 president Alexander Ablaza was invited by the Senate Panel as resource person. (Photos: PE2, http://www.wingatchalian.com)
Jan 16, 2019

SENATE OF THE PHILIPPINES, Pasay City, 16 January 2019 – The Bicameral Conference Committee convened to reconcile the disagreeing provisions of...


ADB receives APEIA proposal to hold regional ESCO workshop and meeting in Manila during ACEF 2019, PE2 to co-host
Jan 14, 2019

ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK, Mandaluyong City, 14 January 2019 – The Steering Committee and Secretariat of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) -led Asia...


Senate Committee on Energy (COE) secretariat, BOI, DOF and PE2 meet on 10 January 2019 to help the Senate COE reconcile fiscal incentive provisions of the Senate and House versions of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation bill. Seated counter-clockwise from right foreground: Juvy C. Danofrata (DOF), Theresa Acedillo-Lapuz (PE2), Ruth Yu-Owen (PE2), Nestor P. Arcansalin (BOI), Dexter S. Pajarillo (BOI), Alexander Ablaza (PE2), Senator Sherwin T. Gatchalian, Peter Paul E. Taton (COE), Ivan Mark C. Galura (CO
Jan 10, 2019

SENATE OF THE PHILIPPINES, Pasay City, 10 January 2019 – The Senate Committee on Energy (COE) secretariat, the Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance...

The Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance, Inc. (PE2) is a non-stock, non-profit organization of energy efficiency market stakeholders.

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PE2 Secretariat

  • Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance, Inc. (PE2)
    19/F Philippine AXA Life Centre 
    Senator Gil Puyat Avenue 
    corner Tindalo Street 
    Makati City, Metro Manila 
    Philippines 1200
  • +63 2 759 6680 (ext 231)
  • secretariat@pe2.org
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