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PH HOSTING OF AESIEAP CEO CONFERENCE 2019 ENDS WITH CLEARER ENERGY ROADMAP FOR SUSTAINABILITY AND INCLUSIVE GROWTH

The Association of Electricity Supply Industry of East Asia and the Western Pacific (AESIEAP), a regional organization of power industry players, concluded its CEO Conference 2019 with a  definitive blueprint on how to best leverage prevailing energy policies and innovations that lead towards sustainable and inclusive economic development. 

Held last September 23 in Cebu, the conference was attended by over 200 CEOs, energy ministers, and industry leaders who deliberated the power industry’s current challenges, and ultimately coming up with solutions through synergy and scalability.

The forum further provided the perfect venue to look at burning issues of sustainability and the advocation of environmental programs. More than any other, it is the power sector – particularly its leadership structure – that would be in a position to influence the adoption of an energy transition plan that will effect significant changes for a better future.

“The members of the AESIEAP PH Coalition look forward to the commitment of our delegates in implementing programs that will advocate sustainability and adoption of energy transition in their own countries," AESIEAP Secretary General and Rogelio S. Singson said.

"With the renewable energy penetration of the Philippines at 32 percent, we hope that our government and power industry leaders were able to inspire our Asia-Pacific partner leaders to seriously consider increasing their respective countries’ renewable energy capacities to around 30 percent," Singson added.

The recently concluded CEO Conference is the first half of the biennial AESIEAP conferences. In 2020, Philippines will again host the AESIEAP Conference of Electric Power Supply Industry (CEPSI) at the Manila Marriot Hotel on November 29 to December 3.

Themed “Energized Countries, Empowered Communities,” the 2019-2020 AESIEAP likewise seeks to attain total electrification, particularly in unserved and underserved areas.

Keynote speakers and panel discussions covered the latest energy practices on sustainability and inclusive growth, and their impact to societies.

Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Chairman Mr. Eric Hespenheide, the global leader in sustainability reporting, expounded on the “next” practices on sustainability reporting and how these reports shape government and corporate policies and programs. With its continuing advocacy in fostering the culture of transparency and accountability, GRI continues to promote the advantages of sustainability reporting to corporate leaders and government ministers within the region.

National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) Deputy Laboratory Director for Science and Technology Peter Green shared up and coming technologies in renewables and energy efficiency. As the United States’ leading renewable energy and energy efficiency research and development center, NREL shed new light on innovations on technology development that can be adopted in the Asia-Pacific region.

Global Energy Interconnections Development and Collaboration Organization’s (GEIDCO) Economic and Technology Research Institute Deputy Director General Li Juan discussed global energy interconnection's advantages for Asia-Pacific countries and how these can address issues like supply shortages, long-term sustainability, and innovation plans to interconnect countries in the region.

Established in 1975, AESIEAP is the largest regional association of energy stakeholders with over 100 members from 25 countries. After almost 20 years, the Philippines was once again selected as host country for the CEO Conference and CEPSI, marking the national energy industry’s continued progress. 

The Philippine hosting of 2019-2020 AESIEAP is led by AESIEAP PH Coalition composed of the Department of Energy (DOE), the Department of Tourism (DOT), as well as Philippine AESIEAP members: Manila Electric Company (MERALCO), National Power Corporation (NPC), National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) and National Transmission Corporation (TransCo).

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