Discover what lies ahead in the future of solving the Philippines’ energy trilemma! We are inviting you to a series of talks in Energy Efficiency and Conservation (EEC) from policy makers, private industries and technology providers in the energy sector, on April 24, 2021 at 1:00 P.M. This three-hour webinar is entitled “Ushering a New Era of Energy Efficiency and Conservation in the Philippines.”
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The Philippines promulgated a new law in April 2019 to pave the way for a more sustainable Philippines. Republic Act No. 11285 institutionalizes energy efficiency and conservation principles as a national way of life geared towards the efficient and judicious utilization of energy by formulating, developing, and implementing related plans and programs. This strategy secures our country’s energy sufficiency and energy supply stabilization to cushion the impact of high prices on imported fuels to local markets in support of the economic and social development goals of the state.
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Leading us to understanding the provisions of Republic Act 11285 is Director Patrick T. Aquino. Dir. Aquino is the current Director of the Energy Utilization Management Bureau under the Department of Energy (DOE). A Career Executive Service Officer (CESO) Rank III, he has served in various capacities in the DOE from the Office of the Secretary, Information Technology Management Service, and Energy Policy and Planning Bureau. With the passage of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation (EE&C) Act in 2019, after more than three decades of its initial draft in 1988 — now Dir. Aquino with the support of the DOE, stands at the forefront of the implementation of EE&C in the country. Join us by registering for the webinar through: bit.ly/Enercon2021 The Green Energy Option Program (GEOP) is Mr. Carlos Lorenzo Vega’s expertise and focus on the webinar. Mr. Vega is currently one of the Vice Presidents of First Gen Corporation. Being in a company that leads in providing clean and renewable power for the country for almost 15 years, he is responsible for First Gen’s power marketing, trading and economic strategies. He graduated Cum Laude from the University of the Philippines with a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and Management at the Asian Institute of Management. Find out what GEOP is all about in his talk! Join us by registering for the webinar through: bit.ly/Enercon2021 Discussing “Strategic Approaches to Energy Management” is Engr. Eugene Araullo. Engr. Araullo is currently the Energy Research & Program Development Director of the Meralco Power Academy Inc. and the Technology Consultant of Meralco Spectrum, Inc. He also serves as the Director for Strategy of the Philippine Institute of Energy Management Professionals, Inc. and the Vice President of the Institute of Integrated Electrical Engineers of the Philippines. Certified as a UNIDO’s Energy Management System (ISO 50001) National Expert, Project Management Professional, ITIL V3 Expert, Data Center Professional, and a Professional Electrical Engineer and ASEAN Chartered Professional Engineer, he had developed and implemented several projects, consulting and transformation projects in the Meralco group, as well as for the local and international clients, including local government agencies and the academe. Strategize your way to be an ISO 50001 Expert. Join us by registering for the webinar through: bit.ly/Enercon2021 Speaking on “The Role of the Energy Professional in the EEC Law” is Engr. Marionel P. Peralta. Engr. Peralta is currently the President of the Philippine Institute of Energy Management Professionals, Inc. He is a National Expert on Energy Management trained under the UNIDO/DOE industrial efficiency program, and a Senior Consultant for ISO 50001 Energy Management System, Business Strategy and Business Process Improvement. A mechanical engineering graduate from University of the Philippines – Diliman, he worked for the San Miguel Corporation as a former Assistant Vice President and Plant Manager. Know more about maximizing your skills and qualifications as an Energy Professional. Join us by registering for the webinar through: bit.ly/Enercon2021 To usher us into the new era of Energy Efficiency and Conservation in the Philippines, we introduce our first speaker, Department of Energy Undersecretary Jesus Cristino P. Posadas. Usec. Posadas is a Certified National Energy Management System (ISO 50001) Expert. He represents our country as the Senior Official on Energy Leader to various international organizations including the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, Association of Southeast Asian Nations, Asia-Europe Meeting, among others. Prior to being a DOE Undersecretary in 2016, he worked for the private energy sector for 45 years! He finished his undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of the Philippines-Diliman and took his Master’s Degree in Business Administration at the De La Salle Graduate School of Business. Learn more from the pillar of the energy sector as he addresses us on the current state of EEC in the country. Join us by registering for the webinar through: bit.ly/Enercon2021 Sharing his refined expertise in “Sustainable Distributed Cooling for Buildings” is Engr. Conrad P. Acedillo. Engr. Acedillo is the Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of Hi Cool Engineering Corporation, a company that he put up in 1979. Having graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Mapua University in 1957, he became one of the pioneers in the air conditioning industry in the country. During the 80s, he was a consultant of the UNDP, overseeing the construction of cold storage facilities for vaccines in the whole of the ASEAN region. With over 60 years of experience as a designer, project engineer, maintenance engineer and later on as a mechanical contractor, he has handled all different types of air conditioning systems but has focused on and is still promoting the most efficient and durable system best suited to our country’s tropical climate. He is also the President & CEO of Intercool Cooling Tower, Inc. established in 1985; a founding member of the Philippine Society of Ventilating, Air-conditioning & Refrigerating Engineers, and the Philippine Green Building Council; and a past President of the Rotary Club of Makati – Legaspi. Is your building cool and clean? Join us by registering for the webinar through: bit.ly/Enercon2021
Introducing the concept of “External Digital Demand Response Technology for Buildings and Data Center HVAC Systems” is Mr. Bruce Ewen. Mr. Ewen is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Evergreen Power Solutions, an energy efficiency company based in Sydney, Australia. Evergreen Power Solutions is committed to reducing energy costs without affecting the day-to-day operations of establishments. Focusing on indoor mechanical systems, Evergreen Power Solutions also designs and manufactures energy efficient outcomes throughout the Asia-Pacific Region. Prior to being a CEO, he has also worked for Eltek Valere, a global leader in high-efficiency power electronics and energy conversion, for 10 years. Discover more of his talk by joining us in the webinar. You may register through this link: bit.ly/Enercon2021 Guiding us to the appreciation of “PHEV and Dendo Drive House” technologies is Engr. Jay Richmond C. Galvez. Engr. Galvez is an Electric Vehicle Specialist and a Senior Technical Instructor in the Network Training Department of Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation. A Registered Mechanical Engineer from the University of Santo Tomas, he is certified by Mitsubishi Training Center in Okazaki, Aichi, Japan as a Master Technician; Electric Vehicle Specialist; Noise, Vibration & Harshness for Automobile Specialist; and Auto Air-conditioning System Specialist. He is the author and developer of Mitsubishi Quick Service (MQS). Recently, he finished his degree in Master of Management in Business Management at the University of the Philippines Los Baños. Find out more about EEC solutions in the transport sector. Join us by registering for the webinar through: bit.ly/Enercon2021