Representatives from MGreen, Greenergy Solutions, Inc., local government unit, and EPC contractor
at the ceremonial kickoff of Greenergy for Global, Inc. in Cordon, Isabela


Greenergy for Global, Inc. (GGI) celebrated the ceremonial kickoff of its 49 MWac solar power plant in Cordon, Isabela last February 24, 2024.

GGI, a subsidiary of MGen Renewable Energy Inc. (MGreen), the renewable energy arm of Meralco PowerGen Corporation (MGen), is poised to play a pivotal role in advancing One Meralco’s renewable energy goal, and in contributing to the nation’s energy security and sustainability objectives.

“GGI is a symbol of progress, innovation, and our unwavering commitment to building a brighter, more sustainable future for all.”

“To the members of our team, partners, suppliers, and to the Cordon community and local government unit, thank you for your patience and support. Your contributions have been instrumental in getting us to where we are today,”


– MGen President and CEO Jaime Azurin said in his message.


MGen representatives who graced the event were EVP and Expanding Markets Division Head Dan Neil, Vice President for Business Development Vivek Parmar, and Renewable Energy Operations Head Harry Acaso, among others.

Also present at the event were Joseph Tan, Isabela 4th District Representative; Lynn Zuniega, Cordon Mayor; Abegail Sable, Cordon Vice Mayor; Victor Dy, Isabela 4th District Sangguniang Panlalawigan member; Eddie Yaranon, Capirpiriwan Brgy. Captain; Atty. Ruth Briones, President and CEO of Greenergy Solutions, Inc.; and Gu Lihao, Vice General Manager of SUMEC International Engineering.

GGI, which is scheduled to have its commercial operations date on the first quarter of 2025, is among the winning bidders in the Department of Energy’s (DOE) second round of Green Energy Auction Program (GEAP).

MGen Renewable Energy, Inc. (MGreen) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Meralco PowerGen Corporation (MGen) as its renewable energy unit with three operating solar plants in Luzon namely: PowerSource First Bulacan Solar Inc. (PFBSI), PH Renewables, Inc. (PHRI), and Nuevo Solar Energy Corporation (NSEC) with a total gross capacity of 198 MWac.