The Cavite-Naic Solar Techno Park Project is estimated to energize 100,000 households. GAPMEC is gradually mounting renewable energy facility from the expanding inner-city and rural districts to the distant regions of the Philippines.
Biofuels from renewable sources can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions by limiting dependency on fossil fuels that aggregates effects of climate change. In than effort to utilize greener alternative energy resources, the Philippines singed in January 2007 the Republic Act 9367 or the Biofuels Act, making the country the first in Southeast Asia to have biofuels legislation in place. Biofuels is a potential source waiting to be explored making up only less than 1 percent of the country’s energy mix as of first half of 2016
An archipelagic country, the Philippines is surrounded and made up of bodies of waters that are efficient source of hydropower. Hydropower is fueled by water, a domestic and clean fuel source. As of first half 2016, a total of 3,609-megawatt capacity for hydropower was already installed.
The geographical location of the Philippines makes it an excellent source of wind power. Proximity to coastlines and elevation make the country very rich in wind resources that are abundant, naturally replenished and widely distributed. The country is the largest wind power generator in the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) region with 427-megawatt installed capacity as of first half of 2016.
There is an abundance of renewable energy sources in the Philippines. A power statistics report by the Department of Energy revealed that from January to June 2016, more than 30 percent of the country’s energy mix was from RE sources. Nine percent came from geothermal sources, with a total of 1,917-megawatt installed capacity. This makes the country the second largest producer of geothermal power in the world.
G.A. Philkor Multi Energy Corporation (GAPMEC) is the leading company based in the Philippines which is into exploration, development, generation and production of renewable energy.
GAPMEC is registered and certified by the Department of Energy (DOE) under Solar Energy Service Contract (SESC) No. 2013-10-041, which gives access for it to mount an initial 50MW Solar Power Plant in Cavite. Then in Dec. 04, 2017, GAPMEC was able to secure its Confirmation of Commerciality No. SCC 2017-10-061
Improving people’s lives by providing efficient, harmless, and sustainable energy solutions for Filipinos by reducing developmental impact on the environment for a sustainable ecology and economy across the Philippines.
By 2030, GAPMEC shall be the Philippine’s largest and pivotal generator of renewable energy solutions. We aim to be the leading innovative technology provider in the field of renewable energy across the country.
GAPMEC is committed to reduce the developmental impact on the environment and developing our social and physical surroundings, simultaneously generating job opportunities to the locality.
GAPMEC is committed to global growth by generating value and reliably delivering attractive and outstanding financial returns.
GAPMEC is committed to provide efficient, abundant, alternative energy solutions. Satisfaction from innovative renewable energy technology and greater quality and value.
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