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AboitizPower emphasizes Public-Private Partnership in achieving energy security and infrastructure resilience

AboitizPower on energy security
In photo (from left): Olivier Roche, Head of the Stephen Zuellig School of Development Management; Dr. Jikyeong Kang, President and Dean, AIM; Emmanuel V. Rubio, AboitizPower President and CEO; Prof. Marqueza L. Reyes Clinical Professor, Executive Master in Disaster Risk and Crisis Management, Stephen Zuellig School of Development; Robert E.A. Borje, CCC Vice Chairperson and Executive Director; and Dr. Chad Michael Briggs, Faculty at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Alaska Anchorage

ACTING SWIFTLY AND COLLABORATIVELY. During the Asian Conference on Climate Change and Disaster Resilience held at the Asian Institute of Management on Thursday, August 10, AboitizPower President and CEO Emmanuel V. Rubio initiated insightful discussions about the significance of Public-Private Partnership in addressing the numerous challenges that threaten the stability of energy supply and the resilience of essential infrastructure.


About Aboitiz Equity Ventures

Aboitiz Equity Ventures, Inc. (AEV) is the public holding company of the Aboitiz Group with major investments in power, banking and financial services, food, infrastructure, land, and data science and artificial intelligence. Today, AEV is recognized as one of the best-managed companies in the Philippines and the region, consistently cited for its commitment to good corporate governance and corporate social responsibility. With five generations of Aboitiz Group business success behind it, AEV continues to drive change for a better world by advancing business and communities.

The Aboitiz Group is a member of the Global Compact Network Philippines Board of Trustees and helps champion the Philippines’ sustainability initiatives on an international level through policies, advocacies, and initiatives that align with the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC). The company has also launched its #OneAboitizSustainability Framework which aims to transform its life-essential businesses into having improved sustainable practices and a positive impact on the environment and society.

To know more about the #OneAboitizSustainability programs, please visit https://sustainability.aboitiz.com/.

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