Cleanergy Makes the Dream of a
Sustainably Powered Future Into a Reality

All our ongoing and future investments in the power sector are centered on expanding our portfolio for Cleanergy — AboitizPower’s brand of renewable energy.

Our business shift responds to the global call to combat the negative environmental effects caused by energy consumption. We recognize that the growing demand for dependable and steady power should not come at the expense of our natural resources.

Through our Cleanergy facilities across the country, we provide reliable and responsibly-sourced energy to communities and businesses at a reasonably competitive price. AboitizPower’s Cleanergy invests in both people and the planet to achieve a sustainably powered and better tomorrow. 

  • 29

    Number of Cleanergy Facilities  

  • 928.42 MW

    Cleanergy Attributable Net Sellable Capacity  

  • 11 provinces

    Nationwide Presence  

Our Cleanergy Facilities

Cleanergy materializes all of AboitizPower’s renewable energy solutions into one brand. Our balanced mix portfolio helps advance communities and businesses toward a sustainably powered and better future.

Learn more about our Cleanergy facilities across the country.

  • Hedcor Group

    Hedcor Group

    For over 40 years, we have been the country’s largest run-of-river operator with over 22 hydropower facilities that supply the baseload and peak demands of the country through renewable energy. 

    View our Hedcor Facilities
  • AP Renewables, Inc

    AP Renewables Inc. (APRI)

    Since 2009, our geothermal plants in Albay, Laguna, and Batangas source clean and abundant steam power from the Earth’s core to aid in supplying renewable energy with the least adverse effects on the environment.

    View our APRI Facilities
  • SN Aboitiz Power Group (SNAP)

    SN Aboitiz Power Group (SNAP)

    This joint venture between Norway-based Scatec and AboitizPower highlights hydropower systems that power positive change in sustainable development by supplying, contributing, and stabilizing the growing power demands of the nation through renewable energy. 

    View our SNAP Facilities

How Cleanergy Works

Our commitment to balancing the nation’s thermal and renewable energy capacity is made possible by our Cleanergy assets in run-of-river, large hydro, solar, and geothermal power.

How exactly does Cleanergy work? Renewable energy heavily relies on fuel sources that can be replenished over a short period of time and do not diminish. These vary from resources such as moving water, wind, the sun (solar), and Earth's heat (geothermal), to name a few.

Here’s how we transform renewable energy resources into Cleanergy:

Run-of-river Hydropower

A run-of-river hydroelectric system is a design scheme for power generation that is least disruptive to the environment. It harvests energy from flowing water through a canal or penstock in the absence of a large dam and reservoir.

Here’s how run-of-river hydropower works:

Run-of-river Hydropower
  1. A portion of the water from the upper reaches of a river is diverted into a pipeline through an intake weir.
  2. This pipeline brings water to a forebay tank where the water flow is slowed down, allowing sand and other particles to settle. From the forebay, clear water passes through a pressure pipe or penstock to the turbine.
  3. The natural force of gravity generates energy used to spin the turbine which is enclosed in a powerhouse together with the generator and control equipment. The spinning turbine enables the generator to produce electricity.
  4. Power lines connected to the powerhouse distribute energy to distribution utilities and then to your homes and businesses.
  5. From the turbine, the water is discharged down a tailrace or canal back into the river.

Large Hydropower

Large hydroelectric power plants use the kinetic energy of water in reservoirs and allow the flow to drive hydraulic turbines. These facilities can generate a capacity of more than 30 MW.

Here’s how large hydropower works:

  1. Water in the reservoir enters a hydroelectric power plant through an intake.
  2. The water flows through a penstock which channels the water to the turbine.
  3. The natural force of gravity generates energy used to spin the turbine which is enclosed in a powerhouse together with the generator and control equipment. The spinning turbine enables the generator to produce electricity.
  4. Power lines connected to the powerhouse distribute energy to power distribution utilities and then to your homes and businesses.
  5. From the turbine, the water is discharged down a tailrace or canal back into the river.

Geothermal Power

Geothermal plants generate electricity from steam power recovered from within the Earth’s core. This thermal energy comes from the heat generated in rock and fluids during the original formation of the planet which also includes the radioactive decay of materials.

Here’s how geothermal power works:

  1. Steam from the hot fluid recovered from the reservoir below the Earth’s surface is pumped to the surface through a series of wells.
  2. The pumped steam generates energy used to spin the turbine which is enclosed in a powerhouse together with the generator and control equipment. The spinning turbine enables the generator to produce electricity.
  3. Power lines connected to the powerhouse distribute energy to power distribution utilities and then to your homes and businesses.
  4. Cooled steam is released through a cooling tower while hot water is returned to the reservoir using an injection well, helping in regenerating the steam source.

Solar Power

Solar power is energy collected from the sun which is converted into electricity. Various solar technologies enable natural sunlight to be harnessed and used for domestic, commercial, or industrial purposes.

Here’s how solar power works:

  1. Sunlight falls on solar panels during daylight hours.
  2. The solar panels convert the sun’s energy into Direct Current (DC) electricity and are sent into an inverter.
  3. The inverter converts the DC electricity into Alternating Current (AC) electricity which is more suitable to energize homes and businesses.
  4. Power lines connected to the solar power plants distribute energy to power distribution utilities and then to your homes and businesses. 

Latest News and Updates on Cleanergy

  • AboitizPower eyes ₱190-B spend for RE growth

    AboitizPower eyes ₱190-B spend for RE growth

    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. 

  • NEO renews Cleanergy pact with AboitizPower

    NEO renews Cleanergy pact with AboitizPower

    The Philippines’ leading sustainable real estate developer, NEO, continues to partner with AboitizPower for the supply of clean and renewable energy to its seven certified green office buildings in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig through the recent formalization of their Cleanergy partnership.