• Meralco

Founded and organized in 1891, the then La Electricista was the first company to provide electricity to the Philippines. Since then, MERALCO has maintained its prominence. It is Philippines’ largest distributor of electrical power. It is metro Manila’s only electric power distributor and holds the power distribution franchise for 22 cities and 89 municipalities including the whole of the NCR as well as the provinces of Bulacan, Cavite, Rizal, Batangas, Laguna and Quezon. MERALCO (PSE:MER and MERB) is listed in the Philippine Stock exchange and is part of the exchange index (PSEi). Meralco has partnered with Repower to build a portfolio of mini hydropower plants throughout the Philippines.

  • Frabelle

The Frabelle Fishing Corporation is a fully integrated seafood company and has been in the fishing industry for over 50 years. Frabelle is the one of the largest fishing companies in the world, number one in the world when it comes to fleet size, and number three in terms of volume of tuna. Its subsidiary, Frabelle Foods Corporation is a major player in the South East Asian food industry, it operates a cannery in Papua new Guinea and owns fish and meat processing plants around the country that provide a wide range of fresh and processed foods under their brand name Frabelle Foods. The Frabelle Group has ventured into the renewable energy business lately, and aside from their own project, they have partnered with Repower to build a mini hydropower plant in Quezon Province.

  • Manila Water Company

Manila Water Company provides water treatment, water distribution, sewerage and sanitation services to more than six (6) million people in the eastern side of Metro Manila, comprising a broad range of residential, commercial and industrial customers. The Manila Concession encompasses twenty three (23) cities and municipalities spanning a 1,400-square kilometer area that includes Makati, Mandaluyong, Pasig, Pateros, San Juan, Taguig, Marikina, most parts of Quezon City, portions of Manila, as well as the following towns of Rizal: Angono, Antipolo, Baras, Binangonan, Cainta, Cardona, Jala-Jala, Morong, Pililia, Rodriguez, San Mateo, Tanay, Taytay, and Teresa.

  • TGV Builders Inc.

TGV BUILDERS, INC. was established in 2000 by Simplicio C. Belisario, the company started as a general engineering and water supply company. Since then it has completed the construction of numerous bulk water supply systems, direct distribution water systems, wells, and water pipe laying projects. Today TGV is an all around water supply construction, operation, and management company. It owns, supplies bulk water, operates and maintains the water supply and distribution systems of Calasiao, Sual, and Labrador towns in Pangasinan. It also provides Bulk water supply to the Metro Midsayap Water District, Marilao Water District, Bulacan Water District, and Metro Cotabato Water District.

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