By The Financial District
AboitizPower And Ibaan Electric Corp Renew Partnership
AboitizPower and Ibaan Electric Corporation (IEC) have renewed their partnership for the next five years through a recently signed Power Supply Agreement (PSA) to supply electricity to the whole municipality of Ibaan, Batangas, and adjacent barangays of Adya in Lipa City and Salaban in the Municipality of San Jose.
Photo Insert: Powering Batangas Communities: AboitizPower and Ibaan Electric Corporation executives and representatives gather for the signing of their renewed partnership agreement. Pictured seated from left to right are IEC CEO Engr. Edelyn Jane Salvame and AboitizPower Wholesale Head Angeli Parcia.
This partnership ensures that Batanguenos will have steady, reliable, and competitively-priced electricity supply to businesses, households, and communities in the province of Batangas for the next five years. This agreement will help pave the way for sustained economic growth and improved quality of life for the people in these communities.
Engr. Edelyn Jane Salvame, CEO of IEC stated that this renewed partnership with AboitizPower affirms both companies' role in providing a brighter future for households and businesses in the province.
She expressed her excitement to work together with TLI, AboitizPower's subsidiary, to address the need for reliable electricity in Batangas, which will help in the growth and progress of the community.
“We are hopeful that this renewed partnership will further address the need for reliable electricity for businesses and households in our province and ultimately pave the way for sustained economic growth and improved quality of life,” Salvame said.
Meanwhile, Angeli Parcia, AboitizPower Wholesale Head, expressed her gratitude for having another opportunity to make an impactful change within the communities served by IEC.
“With this renewed partnership with IEC, we are excited to kick start our efforts in ensuring the delivery of reliable energy to help businesses prosper and support the day-to-day lives of families and communities,” Parcia added.
A 13-year strong partnership, AboitizPower and IEC have also collaborated on some educational programs for various schools in Batangas, proving that advancing business and communities remains to be one of the key thrusts of the Aboitiz group.
They will continue to play a critical role in building relationships and powering progress within communities.
Overall, this renewal of the partnership between AboitizPower and IEC is a great step towards a brighter future for the people of Batangas. With reliable and competitively-priced electricity, businesses and households can grow and prosper, leading to a better quality of life for everyone in the community.
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