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A1E joins first Saranggola Festival in Atimonan

A1E joins first Saranggola Festival in Atimonan

The Atimonan One Energy, Inc. (A1E) corporate social responsibility team members with their kite in the 1st Saranggola Festival in Atimonan held last May 9.     Atimonan One Energy, Inc. (A1E) participated in the first ever Saranggola Festival in Atimonan...

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Waste segregation program launched in Villa Ibaba

Waste segregation program launched in Villa Ibaba

Atimonan Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office (MENRO) Community Affairs Officer Cyrus Santander explains to the residents of Brgy. Villa Ibaba the proper way of segregating in a seminar held in the barangay last May 7.   Atimonan One Energy, Inc....

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In The News

Ang Pag-Unlad ng Bayan ng Atimonan

By Joe Zaldarriaga | Saksi Ngayon   Itong mga nagdaang araw ay naging mahirap para sa mga consumers ng kuryente. Noong Biyernes ay nagkaroon ng tigtatlong oras na rotating brownouts sa sakop na franchise area ng Meralco. Ayon sa mga ulat maging ang mga...

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PH needs more power plants

By Jed Macapagal | Malaya   A consumer group has called on the need to fasttrack  the establishment of more plants in the country as a red alert level on power supply was raised yesterday in the Luzon grid. Power demand exceeded available supply yesterday due to...

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ERC, DOE commit to act on PSAs for power projects

By Myrna M. Velasco | Manila Bulletin   With decrepit infrastructure and lack of firm investment commitments, the Department of Energy (DOE) and Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) have finally been prompted to act on pending power supply agreements (PSAs) for...

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No new power projects committed amid increase in demand

By Myrna M. Velasco | Manila Bulletin   Despite the string of yellow alerts or thinning power reserves straining Luzon grid to breaking point, the Department of Energy (DOE) has an alarming list of “scant or deficient” and almost no new committed power projects...

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Warnings / Solutions

By Aldrin Cardona and Dinah S. Ventura | The Daily Tribune   After the water interruptions that greeted our summer, a series of yellow alerts have been raised due to the thinning power reserves brought about by forced power plant outages. Affected was Luzon, the...

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Mas Pinaunlad na Atimonan

By Joe Zaldarriaga | Saksi   Hindi maitatanggi ang kabutihang dulot sa ekonomiya ng isang pro­binsya o siyudad kapag ang mga industriya nito – agrikultura at industriyal ay parehong namamayagpag. Ito ay isang malinaw na senyales ng pag-angat ng antas ng kabuhayan...

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Transforming Atimonan into agro-industrial center

By Joe Zaldarriaga | Daily Tribune   There is mutual benefit in the simultaneous development of both the agricultural and industrial sectors of a town in generating self-sustaining effects on its economic growth. Both sectors perform complementary roles that...

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MGen submits land plan for Atimonan coal power plant

By Danessa Rivera | The Philippine Star   MANILA, Philippines — Meralco Power Gen Corp. (MGen) has submitted a land use plan to the local government of Atimonan in Quezon, which hosts the power company’s 2×600-megawatt (MW) ultra supercritical coal-fired...

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MGen submits land use plan for Atimonan town

By Victor V. Saulon | Business World   MERALCO PowerGen Corp. (MGen), the distribution utility’s power generation arm, has stepped up the development of its baseload plant in Atimonan with the crafting of a comprehensive land use plan for the town in Quezon...

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