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North Luzon Renewables achieves ‘Hall of Fame’ for exemplary safety and health practices. For the fourth straight year, North Luzon Renewables (NLR) received the “Corporate Safety and Health Excellence Award” from the Safety & Health Association of the Philippine Energy Sector, Inc. (SHAPES) and the Department of Energy (DOE) for operating without lost time accident (LTA) from the period November 2016 to October 2017. Read more »
South Luzon Thermal Energy undertook the construction of the first hospital in Calaca, Batangas. Construction was completed and the hospital is ready for turn over to the local government of Calaca who shall take charge of operation and maintenance.
As part of GNPower Mariveles Health Program to augment the health services being provided for by the Municipal Health Office, the company facilitates a regular community medical consultations, which benefits residents of the 3 nearby Barangays of Alasasin (Dinginin, Marina Beach, Doña Nene, Karagatan), Sisiman (Aguawan, Centro) and BASECO (Baseco Country, Bato-bato).
North Luzon Renewables continuously helps improve the Water Supply System in their host communities. Programs implemented such as construction of 11 deep wells for Brgys. Saud and Caparispisan and construction of filtration tank & storage tank. This project benefits 114 households in Brgy. Caparispisan and Brgy. Saud, Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte. The company also rehabilitated the Health Center of Brgy. Caparispisan where approximately has 708 residents.
North Luzon Renewables works closely with partner-communities and the Provincial Government of Ilocos Norte in creating community development programs for the Ilokanos. During the first quarter of 2015, a total of 6.2 million worth of health, sanitation, and livelihood assistance was given to communities of Ilocos Norte. Health and sanitation assistance consisted of assorted medicines and 100 toilet bowls, which went to the various municipal health offices and public schools, respectively. Livelihood assistance in the form of 1,100 sacks of complete fertilizers and assorted vegetable seeds went to Ilocano farming communities. NLREC likewise donated 12,500 bags of cement to help augment the needs of the province in its rebuilding program after the devastating impact of Typhoon Mario that hit Ilocos in 2014.
Joint Medical Mission with MCX Tollway and Ayala Health. The team were able to provide check-up and consultation for more than 250 beneficiaries (Children, Senior citizens and special cases). The beneficiaries were pre identified by I-Serve (NGO Partner) from residents of Southville NHA Compound, Blue Houses and Makabuhay Extension along MCX. After consultation and check up, patients were given the medication c/o Generika based on the assessment. For the Senior Citizens, lab tests were conducted and a follow up consultation were provided based on findings.