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Source: AboitizPower

Philippines’ AboitizPower closes new retail energy partnership

The agreement will power a four-hectare production facility in Pampanga province. 

Philippines’ Aboitiz Power Corporation, through its subsidiary Adventenergy Inc. (ADVENT), signed a retail electricity supply deal with processed meat producer Pampanga’s Best, Inc. 

The partnership provided that ADVENT will provide retail energy of 1,700 kilowatts (kW) to the four-hectare production facility of Pampanga’s Best in Pampanga province. 

Read more: AboitizPower, EPI closes power supply deal

“With AboitizPower, we are able to continue our promise to manufacture excellent food products for every Filipino home to enjoy,” Pampanga’s Best President Angelo, Jr. said. 

“We do this by utilizing the best and most advanced technology and processes while acting on our corporate social responsibility for the community and the environment.”


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