TeaM Energy, a partnership between noted Japanese firms Tokyo
Electric Power Company and Marubeni Corporation, is one of the largest independent
power producers in the Philippines, with over 2 , 000 megawatts (MW) of installed
We are committed to working with the Philippine government in addressing the country's
energy needs towards promoting sustainable economic growth and development. We own and
operate two clean coal facilities, namely the 735 MW Pagbilao Power Station in, the province of
Quezon, and the 1,200 MW Sual Power Station in the province of Pangasinan. We also own a 20%
stake in the 1,200 MW natural gas-fired plant in Ilijan, Batangas.
We are dedicated to the people we serve and empower our local communities through
improvements in education, health, infrastructure, livelihood and environmental protection.
Our Sual and Pagbilao plants are both ISO 14001-certified, and we have consistently
complied with, and exceeded the environmental standards set by the Department of Environment
and Natural Resources and the World Bank, making our operations truly world-class.
As environmental stewards, we take the lead in implementing programs that promote the
ecological conservation and development of our host communities through various initiatives that
aim to not only protect, but nurture our country’s natural resources.
Our flagship corporate social responsibility program, Project Beacon (Barangay Electrification
Assistance for Countryside Development) which began in 2001 has energized over 1,000 far-flung
villages all over the country. This has improved the lives of over a million Filipinos. The project,
undertaken at a cost of over Php 1 billion was done in partnership with the Department of Energy,
National Electrification Administration and various local government units.
In a rapidly changing world, we remain unwavering in our commitment to create value for
our shareholders, uplift lives, and empower the Filipino.
We own and operate two clean coal facilities in Luzon, the northernmost and largest of the three island groups that constitute the Philippines, providing both immediate and long-term solutions to the country's evolving energy needs. We also own a 20% stake in the natural gas-fired plant in Ilijan, Batangas.
Our CSR Initiatives
The well-being of the communities around our power plants and from whom we also draw manpower is important to us.