PE2 meets Danish Energy Delegation to PH
MAKATI CITY, 6 September 2022 – The Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) supported the Royal Danish Embassy Manila as it organized and welcomed the Danish Energy Delegation to the Philippines. PE2 was invited by the Royal Danish Embassy Manila to represent the energy efficiency sector in the country and update the Danish energy efficiency companies with the enabling market conditions and business growth opportunities in the Philippines.
The week-long series of meetings kicked off earlier today and was held with the cooperation of the Confederation of Danish Industry, the Danish Export Association, and the State of Green. The delegation was also supported by the Philippine Embassy in Denmark.
The host, the Royal Danish Embassy Manila, was led by incoming Danish Ambassador-Designate Franz-Michael Skjold Mellbin, while the Copenhagen-based Philippine Embassy was led by Ambassador Leo Herrera-Lim.
PE2 was represented by its president Alexander Ablaza, vice president for internal affairs Ruth Yu-Owen, vice president for external affairs Theresa Acedillo-Lapuz, corporate secretary Richard Henrick Beltran and trustee Ronaldo Torres.
Ablaza and Lapuz attended the lunch meeting at the headquarters building of the Asian Development Bank, while Owen, Beltran and Torres joined the PE2 head in a networking reception at the Danish Ambassador’s Residence.
PE2 regular member Danfoss, represented by its country general manager Allan Alfredo Almendrala, was also present. Other Danish renewable energy and energy efficiency companies included Advent Technologies, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, COWI, EKF, Grundfos, Obton, Seaborg and Welltec. Representing the Trade Council through the Royal Danish Embassy Manila were senior commercial officer Reza Dadufalza-Goyeneche and John Macneil Abu Mendoza.