Alsons Power and the Philippine Eagle Foundation Ink Pact to Protect the Phil. Eagle in Sarangani Province
The MOA was signed at the PEF Center in Davao City by SEC Chief Operating Officer Tirso G. Santillan, Jr. (seated 2nd from the left); Siguil Hydro Deputy CEO Antonio Miguel B. Alcantara (seated 2nd from the right); and PEF Executive Director Dennis L. Salvador (seated Center).  Alsons Power Vice President for Corporate Affairs Ruben G. Tungpalan (seated left) and PEF Director for Research and Conservation Dr. Jayson C. Ibañez (seated right) witnessed the MOA.

The Alsons Power Group recently signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with the Philippine Eagle Foundation, Inc. (PEF) to support the protection and preservation of the Philippine Eagle at the Mt. Busa Key Biodiversity Area (KBA) in Sarangani Province. The Mt. Busa KBA is home to a sizeable Philippine Eagle sub-population.   Under the terms of the MOA, Alsons Power will provide material and personnel support for a three-year conservation and public awareness program. Alsons will likewise support the tracking and protection of a rescued Philippine Eagle that will be released into the area. 

Alsons Power has two power facilities within the vicinity of the Mt. Busa KBA: the 210 mega-watt (MW) Sarangani Energy Corporation (SEC) baseload thermal power plant which has been operating since 2016; and, the 14.5 MW Siguil Hydro run- of- river hydroelectric power plant currently under construction.  

Alsons Power is Mindanao’s first private sector power generator. The group currently operates four power facilities with a total generating capacity of 468 MW serving over eight million people in 14 cities and 11 provinces in the country’s second largest island.