4th Philippine Energy Efficiency Forum

SMX Convention Center

Special Events


The objective of the forum is to engage the forum participants in the collective actions that the Energy Smart program is initiating at 2 levels of interventions: (1) Government and Private Buildings (2) Economic Zones and Industrial Supply Chains.


The Energy Smart Program has taken the challenge of promoting energy efficiency from the enterprise level to the community level. This collective action will engage the government and the private sector to develop a policy environment that recognizes the importance of energy efficiency as a key action to address climate change issues while achieving business competitiveness.

The Energy Smart Program aims to broaden the coverage of the advocacy to achieve a wider and deeper economic impact of the action and to institutionalize energy efficiency initiatives as a way to achieve sustainability.

The Energy Smart Program bridges the need of industries/companies to be energy efficient while tapping renewable sources of energy as a way to address the rising cost of energy.


  • C-Level Executives 
  • Vice Presidents
  • Directors and Heads of Facilities, Engineering, Environment
  • Architects
  • Engineers
  • Energy Consultants
  • Heads of Local Government Units (LGUs)
  • Government
  • Academe
  • Non-Government Organizations (NGOs)
  • Real Estate Developers
  • Building Owners


Plenary Session (Morning)

  • Opening Remarks
  • Introduction of Keynote Speaker
  • Keynote Speech
  • Energy Efficiency Governance: The need for an Energy Efficiency Conservation
  • Law, Green Building Codes, and EE Standards  
  • LGUs as Drivers of Energy Efficiency
  • Energy Efficient Economic Zones
  • Smarter Philippines:  Energy Efficiency as  one of the Keys to Philippine’s
  • Competitiveness
  • Delivering on the Promise: An Overview of Successful EE Projects in the Private and Public Sector

Breakout Sessions (Afternoon)

There will be a designated moderator for each Breakout Session plus panelists who will discuss how to drive energy efficiency in each of the target groups. Each group will focus discussions on the current trends, issues faced, business opportunities and identify ways to advance the advocacy in each target group.

The breakout sessions are aimed at highlighting the potential power of one driver to initiate action in a collective way in order to achieve energy efficiency.

1. Private & Government Buildings  

This session will discuss demand trends for energy efficient buildings and best practices in greening buildings particularly reducing energy consumption, the need for energy efficient buildings from the perspective of users and locators (e.g. BPO/IT Companies, other multinational corporations, etc.) and the status of the government’s program to make their buildings/facilities/operations energy efficient. This group will also dialogue with government on their role as a driver of energy efficiency advocacy and look into opportunities for assisting the government in their drive to be energy efficient.

2. Low Carbon Economic Zones and Green Supply Chains 

This session will discuss the importance of making locators energy efficient as a contribution to lowering the carbon footprint to international buyers/clients, the cooperation of PEZA and Energy Smart/ECCP in helping locators launch their energy efficiency programs; how to engage big players in industries that have high energy consumption levels to adopt energy efficient measures and how to engage their supply chain partners to do the same to achieve a lower carbon footprint in their operations.


Leading companies and solutions providers exhibit their products and services.


Companies that exhibit have the opportunity to present technical sessions to those who visit the exhibition. These technical briefing sessions are open to all and participation is free of charge.

* For sponsorships and other Inquiries, please contact Ms.Jasmin Runez at (+632) 845.1324 / (+632) 759.6680. You can also email her at jrunez@eccp.com. For exhibition, kindly contact Ms. Elaine Evasco at (+632) 845.1324 / (+632) 759.6680 or email her at elaine.evasco@eccp.com.