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PhilEnergy to Empower Innovative Energy Solutions in the Philippines

2020-02-25 10:13 951

TAGUIG, Philippines, Feb. 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Clean energy will take the spotlight as PhilEnergy highlights the most innovative alternative energy solutions in the Philippines.

Logo of PhilEnergy
Logo of PhilEnergy

 

At the business luncheon, Director Patrick Aquino of DOE-EUMB (left) and Division Chief Jhun Escobar of DOE-NREB (top, right) presented updates on the latest programs and policies of the government and the opportunities it provides to the industry stakeholders. Invited guests (down, right) from the Embassies in Manila and high-level company representatives also asked the speakers about their presentations.
At the business luncheon, Director Patrick Aquino of DOE-EUMB (left) and Division Chief Jhun Escobar of DOE-NREB (top, right) presented updates on the latest programs and policies of the government and the opportunities it provides to the industry stakeholders. Invited guests (down, right) from the Embassies in Manila and high-level company representatives also asked the speakers about their presentations.

 

The Department of Energy and top Energy Associations in the Philippines support PhilEnergy. (top, center) Assistant Secretary Robert Uy – REMB, Dept.of Energy (DOE) Philippines, (from bottom, left) Mr.Dexter Deyto – General Manager of Informa Markets Philippines, Mr.Erel Narida - President of REAP, Engr. Eugene Araullo – Vice President for Internal Affairs of IIEE, Mr.Edmund Araga - President of eVAP,Mr.Alexander Ablaza – President of PE2, and Ms.Vicky Tan–Senior Event Manager of Informa Markets
The Department of Energy and top Energy Associations in the Philippines support PhilEnergy. (top, center) Assistant Secretary Robert Uy – REMB, Dept.of Energy (DOE) Philippines, (from bottom, left) Mr.Dexter Deyto – General Manager of Informa Markets Philippines, Mr.Erel Narida - President of REAP, Engr. Eugene Araullo – Vice President for Internal Affairs of IIEE, Mr.Edmund Araga - President of eVAP,Mr.Alexander Ablaza – President of PE2, and Ms.Vicky Tan–Senior Event Manager of Informa Markets

 

The panel of experts from the DOE and top Energy Associations in the Philippines answer questions from the Press regarding their presentations on the different sectors of the Energy industry in the Philippines. PhilEnergy Launch Press conference were attended by energy and business beat reporters from major news publications in the Philippines including, ‘The Philippine Star’, ‘Manila Bulletin’, ‘BusinessWorld’, etc.
The panel of experts from the DOE and top Energy Associations in the Philippines answer questions from the Press regarding their presentations on the different sectors of the Energy industry in the Philippines. PhilEnergy Launch Press conference were attended by energy and business beat reporters from major news publications in the Philippines including, ‘The Philippine Star’, ‘Manila Bulletin’, ‘BusinessWorld’, etc.

 

Informa Markets, a global leader in organizing business-to-business trade events, is launching the Philippines' most comprehensive international energy trade event entitled, PhilEnergy. This international platform will showcase the latest alternative energy solutions in the Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Electric and Power, Electric Vehicle, and Energy Storage industries.

"Bringing these sectors together in one venue will lead the innovators, advocates, and policy makers to discover new ways to derive energy from zero-emission sources and promote energy saving through energy efficiency projects," said Mr. M. Gandhi, Group Managing Director (ASEAN Business) & Senior Vice President of Informa Markets Asia.

PhilEnergy will be held on 24 - 26 March 2021 at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City, Metro Manila where hundreds of clean energy companies and thousands of highly-targeted visitors are expected to participate.

Aside from the exhibitions, over 50 high-level Conference and Technical Seminars will feature presentations and dialogues from industry leaders and experts.

"Having the opportunity to engage in discussions with the stakeholders, who are directly benefiting from the implementing energy laws and policies of the government is highly beneficial for us in improving our existing and future programs for the industry," according to Assistant Secretary Robert Uy of the Department of Energy (DOE) Philippines.

DOE Director Patrick Aquino said, "we look forward to PhilEnergy 2021 as an opportunity for the government and our stakeholders to share the best practices and witness the latest developments in the energy industry."

PhilEnergy will provide an opportunity to introduce more alternative energy resources in the total energy mix to attain energy security and sustainable development of the country.

For more information, please watch the PhilEnergy 2021 AVP at bit.ly/PhilEnergy2021AVP and visit the PhilEnergy website at www.philenergyexpo.com.

Notes to Editor:

PhilEnergy is organized by Informa Markets, a division of Informa plc. Informa Markets creates platforms for industries and specialist markets to trade, innovate and grow. Our portfolio is comprised of more than 550 international B2B events and brands in markets including Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Infrastructure, Construction & Real Estate, Fashion & Apparel, Hospitality, Food & Beverage, and Health & Nutrition, among others. We provide customers and partners around the globe with opportunities to engage, experience and do business through face-to-face exhibitions, specialist digital content and actionable data solutions. As the world's leading exhibitions organizer, we bring a diverse range of specialist markets to life, unlocking opportunities and helping them to thrive 365 days of the year. For more information, please visit www.informamarkets.com.

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