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ECCP Forum To Discuss Energy Efficiency

July 06, 2012

European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines

Europe-PH News

More than 300 decision makers from the government and the private sector are expected to attend the European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP) Third Philippine Energy Efficiency Forum on July 10 at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City.

With the theme “Driving Efficiency and Competitiveness Across The Power Sector Value Chain,” the forum will have Department of Energy Undersecretary Loreta Ayson and Schneider Electric (Philippines) Inc. country President Philippe Reveilhac as the main speakers.

Joining them are International Finance Corp. Philippine representative Jessie Ang, International Copper Association–Southeast Asia Program Manager Jessie Todoc, Shell Country Chairman Edgar Chua, Manila Electric Co. Senior Vice President Alfredo Panlilio, and ABB Philippines senior manager for country business development Dagino Mendoza, among others.

This year’s edition of the forum will discuss issues and initiatives that are being implemented to improve energy efficiency in companies across the power sector value chain from power generation, transmission, distribution, and end-users.

A technology exhibition will coincide with the forum showcasing the latest innovative energy saving approaches and sustainable solutions to energy efficiency. Technology briefing and business matching activities will also take place in the exhibition area.


Source: Manila Times; Business;  6 July 2012

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