Saturday, November 25, 2017

Congressional Delegation Visits SG to Study its Energy and Waste Management Systems

Posted on Sunday, 12 February 2017 

After the briefing and tour of the Tuas South Incineration Plant (TSIP). From left to right: (Sitting) Rep. Rodel M. Batocabe, Rep. Carlos O. Cojuangco, Rep. Carlito S. Marquez, Rep. Estrellita B. Suansing, Rep. Horacio P. Suansing, Jr., and Mr. Ong Soo San (TSIP Director of Waste & Resource Management); (Standing) A representatives of the Pollution Control Department, Mr. Chong Kuek On (TSIP General Manager), and First Secretary and Consul Gonaranao B. Musor.

After the briefing and tour of the Tuas South Incineration Plant (TSIP). From left to right: (Sitting) Rep. Rodel M. Batocabe, Rep. Carlos O. Cojuangco, Rep. Carlito S. Marquez, Rep. Estrellita B. Suansing, Rep. Horacio P. Suansing, Jr., and Mr. Ong Soo San (TSIP Director of Waste & Resource Management); (Standing) A representatives of the Pollution Control Department, Mr. Chong Kuek On (TSIP General Manager), and First Secretary and Consul Gonaranao B. Musor.

After a briefing by the Energy Market Authority on Singapore Clean Energy Policy, the participants pose for a farewell photograph. From left to right: A representative of the Energy Market Authority (EMA); Rep. Horacio Suansing, Jr.; Rep. Estrellita Suansing; Rep. Cojuangco; Mr. Ng Wai Choong, Chief Executive of EMA; Rep. Marquez; Rep. Batocabe; Consul Musor; and a representative of Sunwest Group Holding Company Inc., private partner of the congressional delegation in this initiative 

On 03 February, the delegation had a briefing on Singapore’s clean energy policy at the Energy Market Authority, an agency under the Ministry of Trade & Industry that is similar to PH’s Energy Regulatory Commission as an industry regulator and developer, as well as power system operator.

Reps. Cojuangco, Batocabe, and Marquez are given a tour of Veolia’s facilities by its General Manager Matt Stanelos.

Their study visit was capped by a meeting with Veolia Materials Recovery Facility, a French multinational company involved in waste management and recycling, and a brief tour of their facility.

This study visit is a follow-up to previous similar activities conducted in Japan and South Korea to gather best practices in the region and explore their applicability in the Philippine context.

Rep. Cojuangco expressed interest in visiting Singapore again to meet with other stakeholders in the country’s energy and waste management systems.

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