Date Published: March 28, 2017
In line with PetroSolar Corporation’s (PSCP commitment for the betterment of its host communities, the 2nd tranches of educational assistance were awarded to Lourdes Elementary School on January 11 and to Balete Elementary School on January 12, 2017. The donation will benefit almost 300 students from both schools. The fund will be managed by their respective Parents-Teacher Associations and will be used for different projects such as school vegetable gardening, sports equipment procurement, support for sports activities, solid waste management ...
Date Published: July 14, 2016
A unit of PetroEnergy Resources Corp. (Perc) has secured a regulatory approval to operate a 50-megawatt (MW) solar power plant in Tarlac via an incentives scheme.
Perc disclosed Wednesday the Energy Regulatory Commission approved the certificate of compliance as a Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) eligible power plant of PetroSolar Corp.’s Tarlac-1 Solar Power Project.
Under the FIT scheme, power plant operators are given guaranteed returns, in the form of uniform charges to end-consumers, to make their projects viable.
Perc president Milagros V. Reyes said the ...
Date Published: July 4, 2016
Source: Business World OnlineTHE EDUCATION arm of the Yuchengco Group of Companies is set to open by 2018 a school in Davao City as it expands its footprint nationwide.
Listed iPeople, Inc., the operator of Mapua Institute of Technology, on Tuesday said it will allot P2 billion in capital expenditure for the new Mapua school to be named Malayan Colleges Mindanao.
iPeople President Dr. Reynaldo B. Vea said Mapua school system has about 22,000 students across its three campuses — Intramuros, Makati, Laguna ...
Date Published: December 18, 2015
YUCHENGCO-led Mapua Institute of Technology, the country’s largest engineering school, is set to enter Mindanao’s education space with the opening of a new campus in Davao City by July 2018. In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange on Friday, Yuchengco-led iPeople Inc. (IPO) announced that its subsidiary Malayan Colleges Inc. – which operates the education enterprise under the Mapua brand – had set up a new subsidiary to support and operate the group’s expansion in the education sector in the ...