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Meralco to Invest in 1,000MW Green Energy Projects

Meralco to Invest in 1,000MW Green Energy Projects

MERALCO POWERGEN PRESIDENT AND CEO ROGELIO L. SINGSON AND MERALCO PRESIDENT AND CEO ATTY. RAY C. ESPINOSA   Manila, Philippines (June 5, 2019) – Manila Electric Co. (MERALCO) today announced a significant expansion of its plans to invest in renewable energy projects...

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Atimonan ready for development; gets new land use plan

Atimonan ready for development; gets new land use plan

IN PHOTO (L-R): Architect Grace Ramos of Grandt Planners, Inc.; Atimonan One Energy, Inc. (A1E) Development Manager Christopher Chua; Atimonan Mayor Rustico Joven Mendoza; MERALCO PowerGen (MGen) President & CEO Rogelio Singson; and MGen Executive Vice President and...

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In the News

Green energy without subsidy

By  Orlando Oxales | Manila Standard   "This just might be a game-changer." Economic development, especially if it were to be inclusive, requires conscientious planning in which time is of the essence. Coming out of the summer months, the series of yellow, and even...

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Building a greener environment

BY JOE ZALDARRIAGA | The Daily Tribune   Another meaningful week has passed, allowing me to reflect on where are we now as a country and where we are headed, especially as we continue to make a better world for future generations. The elections are over; we have new...

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Meralco eyes investments in 1,000 MW green energy

By Danessa Rivera | The Philippine Star   MANILA, Philippines — Manila Electric Co. (Meralco) plans to build  1,000 megawatts (MW) of renewable energy projects in the next seven years in its bid for cleaner and more cost-competitive power supply in its franchise area....

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Meralco eyes green energy projects

By Ronnel W. Domingo | Inquirer   Manila Electric Co. is readying a 1,000-megawatt pipeline of renewable energy projects over the next five to seven years, according to its newly installed president, Ray C. Espinosa. Espinosa said the electricity distribution giant...

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