As ACEN aspires to be a Net Zero company by 2050, we recognize our role to help conserve the environment and prevent the continued decline in biodiversity and risk to the natural resources which we all depend on.
Our commitment to the environment is built on three focus areas: Climate Change, Biodiversity, and Resource Efficiency. Through these three focus areas, we aim to manage our key environmental impacts, help address the urgent issue of climate change and use resources responsibly.
The world needs to accelerate the energy transition, and we believe that this is an opportune time for our renewables growth and help address the capacity challenges we are facing today.
Biodiversity is important to us. We all depend on our natural resources, and the continued decline and degradation of our environment has been alarming.
ACEN continues to create opportunities to lower its environmental footprint through the reduction and recirculation of natural resources used throughout the life cycle of its power plant
ACEN is the first energy company in Southeast Asia to take this critical step towards achieving Net Zero, providing an accountable and transparent framework for monitoring progress.Read more
Businesses, investors, academics, civil, and social representatives collaborate to develop resources to advance social equity while meeting environmental goals.Read more
ACEN, the energy platform of the Ayala Group, disclosed today the full divestment of the South Luzon Thermal Energy Corporation (SLTEC) coal plant using the energy transition mechanism (ETM), the first ETM deal in the world. The landmark transaction will enable the early retirement of the 246 MW coal plant in Batangas, Philippines.Read more
Together with the Ayala group, ACEN is committing to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, as announced by its Chairman Fernando Zobel de Ayala during the group’s Integrated Corporate Governance, Risk Management, and Sustainability Summit .Read more
Announced at the Ayala Sustainability Summit last week was the climate initiative collaboration between Ayala’s energy and real estate businesses, a significant milestone toward the group’s collective Net Zero ambition by 2050.Read more
ACEN’s Guimaras Wind Corporation (GWC) partnered with the Municipality of Dumangas to lead a pioneering coastal project with the goal of rehabilitating over 90 hectares of fish sanctuary and installing over 200 artificial reefs along the Dumangas Strait.Read more
ACEN, through its wholly-owned subsidiary, AC Renewables International (ACRI), has obtained board approval* to enter into a joint venture with NEFIN Holding Limited (NEFIN), a leading solar photovoltaic developer and investor in carbon neutrality solutions.Read more
AC Energy has piloted the circularity approach in its 120 MW solar plant in Alaminos, Laguna construction site, diverting away from landfills a total of 32,540 kg of plastic collected from the solar panel packaging materials.Read more
AC Energy’s latest environmental and social programs in Western Visayas anchored on marine life protection and community development demonstrates the company’s pursuit to create sustainable, tangible and long-term impact to its stakeholders, the community and the environment.Read more
AC Energy, through its wind farms in Ilocos Norte, North Luzon Renewables and NorthWind, has taken significant strides in boosting its turtle conservation program within its host communities by recently partnering with the Marine Wildlife Watch of the Philippines.Read more
To help protect the Calatagan coastline in Batangas, South Luzon Thermal Energy Corporation (SLTEC) has collaborated with the DENR to support and monitor the growth of a 10-hectare mangrove plantation in the province.Read more
Ayala Corporation’s power arm, AC Energy, has started to integrate a circular approach in its renewable energy developments to help reduce the environmental impact in its construction sites and its host communities.Read more
A Hawksbill sea turtle classified as endangered was released in Ayoyo Cove in Pagudpud after being accidentally caught in the net of local fishermen on Tuesday night.Read more
To report any illegal act, wrongdoing, malpractice, risk
to the corporation, or any violation of company policy:
*All reports shall be treated in confidence and the identity of the whistleblower
will be protected. The whistleblower shall be protected from all forms of