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AboitizPower turns over learning equipment to Malabon City schools

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Learning equipment turnover for Malabon City schools. Therma Mobile, Inc. (TMO), a subsidiary of Aboitiz Power Corporation (AboitizPower), recently turned over brand new printers and other school supplies to Acacia Elementary School and Guillermo Sanchez Memorial Elementary School, as part of their celebration of Malabon Teachers’ Day. In response to the call of the local city government to support teachers with resources needed to make teaching and learning more effective, TMO donated the items that will be used by the faculty members to print lesson plans and other learning materials. Acacia Elementary School, which is part of TMO’s host community in Malabon, was selected as one of the recipients, while Guillermo Sanchez Memorial Elementary School was the chosen beneficiary by the city government. Present during the event were (L-R) DepEd Malabon OIC SDS Dr. Ernest Cabrera, Acacia Elementary School Principal Irene Raya, Guillermo Sanchez Memorial Elementary School Principal Anne Grace Vergara, Malabon City Mayor Jeannie Sandoval, AboitizPower Reputation Manager Kristian Anderson Santos, AboitizPower Reputation Sr. Specialist Camille Midua, and Malabon MEAL Head Catherine Larracas.


About AboitizPower

AboitizPower is the holding company for the Aboitiz Group’s investments in power generation, distribution, and retail electricity services. It advances business and communities by providing reliable and ample power supply at a reasonable and competitive price, and with the least adverse effects on the environment and host communities.

The company is one of the largest power producers in the Philippines with a balanced portfolio of assets located across the country. It is a major producer of Cleanergy, the company’s brand for clean and renewable energy with several hydroelectric, geothermal, and solar power generation facilities. It also has thermal power plants in its generation portfolio to support the country’s baseload and peak energy demands.

The company also owns distribution utilities that operate in high-growth areas in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, including the country’s second and third largest private utilities.

AboitizPower, together with its partners, is the Philippines’ largest owner and operator of renewable energy based on installed capacity. In the next 10 years, the company will significantly expand its Cleanergy portfolio, in support of the government’s efforts to promote renewable energy in the country. AboitizPower will build an additional 3,700 MW of renewable energy, growing its existing Cleanergy capacity threefold by 2030.

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