Powering Filipino Communities

Powering Filipino Communities

Powering Filipino Communities

Powering Filipino Communities

About The Project

Atimonan One Energy, Inc. (A1E) is the developer of a 2×600 megawatt (MW) state-of-the-art coal-fired power plant in the town of Atimonan in Quezon province.

Incorporated in June 2014, A1E is a wholly owned subsidiary of Meralco PowerGen Corporation (MGen), the power generation arm of Manila Electric Co. (Meralco) – the country’s largest power distributor.

The A1E facility will be the first power station in the in the Philippines to utilize high efficiency, low emission (HELE) technology known as ultra-supercritical (USC).

This will make A1E’s project the most efficient coal plant in the country when it starts commercial operations.

A1E aims to provide stable, reliable and cost-competitive power supply by generating electricity from a highly efficient power station.

Featured Atimonanin

Two Atimonanins on a quest to secure the future of their families

They came from different walks of life, but they have some things in common: they are both hardworking Atimonanins and they wanted jobs that would make them good providers for their respective families.

CSR Partner of the Month

Alpha Phi Omega Philippines Inc.

Alpha Phi Omega Philippines Inc. or APO, a nationally recognized fraternity, pledged its readiness to provide free medical services to Atimonan One Energy’s (A1E), Inc.’s host communities.

APO started its partnership with A1E in April 2019 during a Bantay Kalusugan program where the APO provided a medical team of doctors, dentists, nurses and other volunteers to assist the activity.

Bantay Kalusugan is a flagship project of A1E under its Health and Sanitation Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program. It involves the conduct of medical and dental services – including free medical consultation and tooth extraction – twice a year.

Besides participation in health-related programs, APO also conducts other community activities like tree planting, bloodletting activities, surgical missions and sports development and capacity-building trainings.

APO has 1,319 Philippine collegiate chapters and 290 alumni associations in the country.

For more information about the organization, you may visit their website page at https://apo.org.ph/2019/03/18/alpha-phi-omega-philippines-incorporated/