ACEN is the listed energy platform of the Ayala Group. The company has ~4,000 MW of attributable capacity from owned facilities in the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, India, and Australia, with a renewable share of 98%, which is among the highest in the region.
|*||Owned assets as of 9 March; Shows DC capacities for solar projects.|
|1||Refers to gross capacity from owned facilities, multiplied by ACEN’s effective economic ownership. Does not include leased units.|
|2||Includes 44 MW expansion under construction|
|3||63 MW Palauig 1 Solar already operating|
|1||Owned assets as of 9 March 2023; Shows DC capacities for solar projects.|
|2||Refers to gross capacity from owned facilities, multiplied by ACEN’s effective economic ownership. Does not include leased units.|
|3||Comprises of Mainland China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan. Includes rooftop solar|
As ACEN accelerates its renewable energy investments, it remains fully committed to play a meaningful role in the green-led recovery.
Remaining to be its core market, ACEN has built a solid platform in the Philippines from which to continue its growth as a company, while contributing to the nation’s progress.
The year 2021 saw the infusion of international assets into ACEN and our transformation from a Philippine focused energy provider into a regional renewable energy power player in the Asia Pacific, with international assets now comprising 60 percent of our portfolio.
The adoption of emerging technologies play a prominent role in ACEN’s renewables expansion. Assessment studies are conducted for its wind farms to maximize energy yield, as detailed maintenance of its facilities also contribute to the improved availability of the plants.
To ensure health and safety remains a top priority, ACEN established an enterprise- wide health and safety program that aims to elevate and transform the company’s health and safety culture, review and enhance policies, and establish proactive metrics.
ACEN set to achieve ISO certification in the areas of Quality Management System, Environmental Management System, and Occupational Health and Safety Management System, with the aim of increasing plant efficiency and productivity while generating consistent, measured and monitored output.
As a licensed retail electricity supplier, ACEN’s energy solutions experts work with businesses to enable a seamless transition to renewable energy
Customers with a monthly power demand of at least 100 kW for the past 12 months who want to jumpstart their sustainability journey can now switch to their preferred renewable energy supplier through the Green Energy Option Program (GEOP).
Customers with a monthly power demand of at least 500 kW for the past 12 months can now switch to their preferred retail electricity supplier through the Retail Competition and Open Access (RCOA).
60 MW Pangasinan Solar will supply approximately 94 GWh of renewable energy per year, enough to power an estimated 55,000 households annually.
ACEN boosts its renewable energy portfolio with the start of construction of the 300 MW Palauig 2 Solar farm located in Zambales.
ACEN, through its subsidiary, ACEN Renewables International, completed its previously announced acquisition of the Australia development platform.
Financing package will support the two companies’ first wind project and second joint venture in Vietnam, the 88 MW Ninh Thuan Wind development.
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