A change in ownership turned Mirant Energy Corporation to TeaM Energy Corporation, a conglomerate of Japanese corporations Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) and Marubeni. In the shadow of a powerhouse lineage, TeaM Energy’s first sustainability report required visual distinction from its parent companies and previous identity.
For its inaugural report, we proposed a controversial concept: facing the issues of coal-fired energy generation head-on. We guided the leadership of TeaM Energy towards a truly transparent report that redefined how energy companies disclosed their findings and measured their sustainability initiatives. The graphic elements supported this goal, with metrics juxtaposed against actual photographs of the power stations.
Asking the tough questions.
It’s what fuels us forward. By looking challenges in the eye, we generate real solutions for the current and future needs of the country.
In this progress report, we open our doors for you to view our way of doing business. It’s 100% transparent – to receive even tougher questions and gain partners that will help us continue growing a sustainable business.
Asking the big questions and acting on the
answers: we consider it our highest priority.
TeaM Energy is one of the country’s largest independent power producers, supplying reliable, affordable and clean energy to fuel the nation’s economic growth.
Born at the height of an energy crisis that threatened to cripple the nation, it was one of the first foreign investors to respond to the government’s call for assistance to meet the country’s growing electricity demands.
With two clean coal power facilities in Pagbilao, Quezon and Sual Pangasinan, as well as a 20% stake in the natural gas-fired Ilijan Power Station in Batangas, TeaM Energy supplies over 2,000 megawatts to the National Power Corporation, representing about a third of the Luzon grid’s energy requirements. This is the energy that lights up Manila, the nation’s capital and other key areas in Luzon.
Water Withdrawal by Source EN8
We have implemented the recycling of used oil and re-firing in our boilers, without consequantial effect in the efficiency of the units and without resulting in an increase in emissions of any regulated pollutants under the Philippines Clean Air Act.
We continue to take initiatives to identify potential uses of ash such as its use as a component in building and construction materials.