Redondo Peninsula Energy, Inc. (RP Energy) is refurbishing seven kindergarten and day care centers across Subic, Olongapo City and Castillejos in Zambales Province as part of its Unang Hakbang Initiative that aims to create a safe, inspiring, and conducive learning environment for public school students five years and below. RP Energy Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Manager Victor Persius Chan says the early years of school are critical in establishing a good foundation for higher learning.. In photo, RP Energy CSR officer Jason Gavina, teacher Roan Rubio and volunteers from the Subic Central Elementary School paint the walls of a day care center.
RP Energy is a consortium composed of Meralco PowerGen Corporation, Aboitiz Power Corporation and Taiwan Cogeneration International Corporation.
It is the developer of an environment-friendly and state-of-the-art 600-megawatt coal-fired power plant at the Subic Bay Freeport Zone. The plant is expected to augment the power supply in the Luzon grid when it starts commercial operations.
Katuwang Natin sa Buhay is RP Energy’s umbrella Corporate Social Responsibility program that seeks to establish good stakeholder relations and further community development through initiatives that focus on livelihood and skills development, education, health and sports development, environment and disaster risk management and infrastructure support.