AC Energy supplies RE power to manufacturing firm

Published May 25, 2021, 4:01 PM

by Myrna M. Velasco

Ayala-led AC Energy Corporation will be supplying a renewable energy-generated electricity to consumer-goods firm Pacific Synergy for its manufacturing facility in Laguna.

In a statement to the media, AC Energy specified that in the supply agreement inked by the parties, the Ayala firm will be supplying the electricity needs of Pacific Synergy during peak hours – and that could be about 28,913-megawatt hours (MWhs) that will all be generated from renewable energy sources, chiefly from solar, wind and geothermal power plants.

The duration of the contract will be two years, and Pacific Synergy’s deal with the Ayala company serves as its first renewable energy purchase to satiate the electricity requirements of its operations.

In the business portfolio of Pacific Synergy would include its SIP Purified Water in the food and beverage arena; then it has Actipure in germs and odor protection; Hearth which has product lines to protect the environment; as well as hand sanitizers and alcohol products.

As noted, Pacific Synergy’s patronage of RE as its power source exhibits its support in the growth of the country’s emerging renewable energy sector; and for it to also have its contribution in the energy transition from fossil fuels to green energy sources.

According to Charles Stewart Lee, president of Pacific Synergy, “the switch to renewable energy through our partnership with AC Energy is a major milestone for us – not only in reducing the carbon footprint of our existing operations, but also in supporting the sustainable development and low carbon future of the country.”

And via that supply pact cemented with the Ayala firm, he reiterated that their company can help “enable the development of new renewable energy plants and encourage the growth of the green energy sector and help create much needed jobs.”

On AC Energy’s part, Miguel de Jesus, executive director and head of Commercial Operations, indicated that their company “provides businesses that are looking for ways to achieve their sustainability goals to jumpstart their renewable energy journey, and reduce their carbon footprint in a hassle-free and cost-efficient way.”

He touted that the decision of Pacific Synergy “to procure renewable energy from us provides a boost to our program as we aim to rapidly expand these positive switches to green energy in the Philippines and across the region, and play a meaningful role in the green-led recovery.”

The Ayala firm emphasized that in the competitive retail market of power, it has been encouraging client-firms to go green in a number of ways: by directly sourcing power supply from the RE plants of the company; purchase carbon credits to offset their carbon emissions; and by becoming ‘direct enablers of energy transition’, wherein their investment will be injected into new RE power installations.

“AC Energy is positioning itself to be a one-stop shop for the energy needs of its retail clients, providing competitively priced and tailor-fitted plans anchored on great customer experiences,” the Ayala firm said. (MMV)

Ayala-led AC Energy Corporation will be supplying a renewable energy-generated electricity to consumer-goods firm Pacific Synergy for its manufacturing facility in Laguna.

In a statement to the media, AC Energy specified that in the supply agreement inked by the parties, the Ayala firm will be supplying the electricity needs of Pacific Synergy during peak hours – and that could be about 28,913-megawatt hours (MWhs) that will all be generated from renewable energy sources, chiefly from solar, wind and geothermal power plants.

The duration of the contract will be two years, and Pacific Synergy’s deal with the Ayala company serves as its first renewable energy purchase to satiate the electricity requirements of its operations.

In the business portfolio of Pacific Synergy would include its SIP Purified Water in the food and beverage arena; then it has Actipure in germs and odor protection; Hearth which has product lines to protect the environment; as well as hand sanitizers and alcohol products.

As noted, Pacific Synergy’s patronage of RE as its power source exhibits its support in the growth of the country’s emerging renewable energy sector; and for it to also have its contribution in the energy transition from fossil fuels to green energy sources.

According to Charles Stewart Lee, president of Pacific Synergy, “the switch to renewable energy through our partnership with AC Energy is a major milestone for us – not only in reducing the carbon footprint of our existing operations, but also in supporting the sustainable development and low carbon future of the country.”

And via that supply pact cemented with the Ayala firm, he reiterated that their company can help “enable the development of new renewable energy plants and encourage the growth of the green energy sector and help create much needed jobs.”

On AC Energy’s part, Miguel de Jesus, executive director and head of Commercial Operations, indicated that their company “provides businesses that are looking for ways to achieve their sustainability goals to jumpstart their renewable energy journey, and reduce their carbon footprint in a hassle-free and cost-efficient way.”

He touted that the decision of Pacific Synergy “to procure renewable energy from us provides a boost to our program as we aim to rapidly expand these positive switches to green energy in the Philippines and across the region, and play a meaningful role in the green-led recovery.”

The Ayala firm emphasized that in the competitive retail market of power, it has been encouraging client-firms to go green in a number of ways: by directly sourcing power supply from the RE plants of the company; purchase carbon credits to offset their carbon emissions; and by becoming ‘direct enablers of energy transition’, wherein their investment will be injected into new RE power installations.

“AC Energy is positioning itself to be a one-stop shop for the energy needs of its retail clients, providing competitively priced and tailor-fitted plans anchored on great customer experiences,” the Ayala firm said. ###

 
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