AboitizPower is the Philippines’ leading provider of renewable energy, advancing business and communities towards A Better Future.
We are the Country’s Largest Provider
of Renewable Energy
AboitizPower’s diverse portfolio of hydroelectric, geothermal, solar power generation, and thermal facilities establishes us as one of the nation’s top power producers.
With ownership of the second- and third-largest distribution utilities in the country, our assets power up communities and businesses through reliable, reasonable, and responsible energy solutions that help create A Better Future for every community.
With over 45 generation facilities and distribution utilities nationwide, AboitizPower is more than capable of creating a better tomorrow for everyone. Click our project map to view our businesses and assets across the country.
Fueling the Nation’s Energy Needs
Our Brand Architecture
Our Cleanergy Facilities
We make the dream of a sustainably powered future a reality. Our Cleanergy portfolio helps us take you there.
Our Thermal Facilities
Our thermal portfolio supports the baseload and peak energy needs of the country with over 12 facilities nationwide, powering a better future for every home and business.
Our Distribution Utilities
AboitizPower owns the second- and third-largest distribution utilities in the Philippines. With experience spanning more than 80 years, we provide dependable energy to communities and businesses across the country.
Retail Electricity Suppliers
AboitizPower, together with our partners, plays a major role in the retail electricity market, serving over 300 customers from various communities and businesses with operations based in Luzon and Visayas.
Business Disclosure and Notices
Aboitiz Power Corporation projects spending around ₱190 billion over the next decade for an additional 3,700 megawatts (MW) under its Cleanergy portfolio, resulting in a 50:50 balance between its renewable and thermal capacities by 2030.
AboitizPower distribution utilities, which serve around 1 million customers nationwide, migrated their enterprise and legacy systems from on-premise servers to the Amazon Web Services (AWS), the cloud computing platform of tech company Amazon Inc. This innovation provided the company with increased system reliability and scalability, reduced operating costs, and better customer service.
The project will soon rise on a 196-hectare site in Barangay Cayanga, about 13 kilometers southwest of the province’s capital. This will be the company’s second solar facility after its 59-MW peak solar plant in San Carlos City, Negros Occidental.