Senate COE thanks PE2, other energy stakeholders

  • Senate Committee on Energy (COE) Chairman Sherwin T. Gatchalian joins PE2 president Alexander Ablaza and COE staff during a luncheon held in Pasay City on 14 December 2018. From left: COE executive director Atty Teresa Iris Maris P. Guanzon, Ablaza, Gatchalian, COE legislative staff officer Judith M. Manjares, and COE policy research associate Peter Paul E. Taton. (Photo: PE2)
    Senate Committee on Energy (COE) Chairman Sherwin T. Gatchalian joins PE2 president Alexander Ablaza and COE staff during a luncheon held in Pasay City on 14 December 2018. From left: COE executive director Atty Teresa Iris Maris P. Guanzon, Ablaza, Gatchalian, COE legislative staff officer Judith M. Manjares, and COE policy research associate Peter Paul E. Taton. (Photo: PE2)

PASAY CITY – 14 December 2018. Senator Sherwin T. Gatchalian led the Committee on Energy (COE) of the Senate of the Philippines in thanking the Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2), the Department of Energy (DOE) and other energy sector stakeholders during a thanksgiving luncheon held here earlier today. Senator Gatchalian gathered key partners who rendered support to the COE during the last few months of the 17th Congress, especially for the Energy Efficiency and Conservation (EE&C) bill and the Energy Virtual One-Stop Shop (EVOSS) bill.

In a letter dated 9 December to PE2, Senator Gatchalian said, “I would like to express my appreciation for the support you have rendered to the Senate Committee on Energy during the Third Regular Session of the 17th Congress.”

PE2 was represented in the luncheon by its president Alexander Ablaza, while DOE was represented by Assistant Secretary Robert B. Uy, EUMB Director Jesus T. Tamang and REMB Director Mylene C. Capongcol.

Ablaza said that PE2 is looking forward to closer coordination with the Senate COE as the Alliance prepares to support the Bi-cameral Conference Committee to be organized to reconcile the differences between the two parallel

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