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November 16, 2022

Shell Mamplasan Switches To 100 Percent Renewable Energy

Pilipinas Shell answers the demand for a lower-carbon future with the ceremonial switching of Shell Mamplasan along Northbound of the South Luzon Expressway to renewable energy supplied by Shell Energy Philippines (SEPH), a retail electricity supplier under the Shell Group.

Formerly known as Manta Energy, Inc., SEPH is a retail electricity supplier under the Shell companies in the Philippines offering competitive and environment-friendly energy solutions (solar, geothermal, and hydro sources) to industrial and commercial customers in the Philippines. As a partner in nation-building, it is committed to powering the country’s progress by providing cleaner, flexible, and innovative energy solutions to protect the environment critical to a more sustainable and zero-carbon future.

Lorelie Quiambao-Osial, Country Chair for Shell companies in the Philippines, said, “The switching to renewable energy at our operations shows our commitment to reducing our own carbon emissions. We continue to work with partners in the decarbonization journey as we transition to a lower carbon economy.”

Shell Mamplasan is the second Shell mobility site to be powered by renewable energy from SEPH. The first one was Shell North Luzon Tollway 1 (NLT1) in Balagtas, Bulacan.

Aside from powering Shell Mamplasan and Shell North Luzon Tollway 1 (NLT1), Shell Energy can also count the likes of Coca-Cola Philippines and the Lucio Tan Group of Companies as its customers for renewable energy. Currently, Shell Energy has 59 renewable energy partners.

This effort, along with others including the opening of more Shell Recharge EV charging stations, Shell envisions to become an end-to-end power solutions company. Their service stations will become a one-stop community hub with more customer-centric offerings. They remain committed to reduce carbon emissions while tapping and developing renewable energies aligned with their global vision to become a net-zero emissions business by 2050.

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