QUEZON CITY, July 6 (PIA)—The Philippine Information Agency-National Capital Region (PIA-NCR) opens today an interactive Energy Expo at the Activity Center of SM City Fairview.
The two-day event (July 6-7) is part of the Department of Energy’s (DOE) E-Power Mo! Campaign that aims to empower and educate consumers on the wiser and more intelligent utilization of energy resources.
PIA-NCR Officer-in-Charge Emver Cortez said, the Energy Expo particularly promotes public awareness in energy consumption especially among average household consumers.
“The public can participate in various interactive games that will teach them different ways to utilize energy efficiently. We invite everyone to come and visit the Expo, we assure the public that they will have fun way of learning how to utilize energy efficiently, at the same time how we can help the government in energy conservation,” Cortez said during the formal opening of the exhibit Friday.
The exhibit include ‘sketch to life’, an interactive mural that show participants commitment towards the energy conservation efforts of the government.
Another interactive wall show how much can be saved based on the participants efficiency in using energy.
E-trike and hybrid car was also displayed at the Energy Expo to show the public samples of environment-friendly and sustainable public utility vehicles.
The event was also attended by officials of the Department of Energy such as Assistant Secretary Robert Uy, Director Jess Tamang, Mr. Art Habitan of the Energy Utilization Management Bureau as well as PIA Staff Director Emely Libunao.
The E-Power Mo! Campaign is part of President Rodrigo Duterte’s energy roadmap and policies designed to empower the consumers specifically to: Develop and utilize the energy resources available to Filipinos for wealth creation and global competition (E-POWER MO!); Undertake safety and savings measures through energy efficiency (E-SAFETY MO!); Secure the delivery of quality, reliable and affordable energy services (E-SECURE MO!); and Empower consumers through a wide range of options in utilizing conventional, renewable and alternative energy sources. (E-DISKARTE MO!). (PIA-NCR)
Source: PIA Feed