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GBP assists local government units of Cebu and Panay in pandemic response

By: - March 09, 2021

Global Business Power Corporation (GBP), through subsidiaries Cebu Energy Development Corporation (CEDC), Toledo Power Co. (TPC), Panay Energy Development Corporation (PEDC) and Panay Power Corporation (PPC), distributed food packs to the local government units (LGU) of Toledo City in Cebu, Iloilo City in Iloilo Province, and the Municipalities of Nabas and New Washington in Aklan, as well as hospital fixtures in Toledo to support their efforts in combatting the adverse effects of COVID-19.

CEDC and TPC donated gift packs and hospital fixtures to the City of Toledo to aid the LGU’s pandemic countermeasures. Present during the simple ceremonial turn-over held at the Mayor’s office were (L-R) Toledo City Hospital Nurse Supervisor Glicel Trocio; Mayor’s Office Executive Assistant II Faida Christine Tacandong; Toledo City Mayor Marjorie “Joie” Perales;   First Vice President – Cebu Operations Engr. Leah G. Diaz; City Social Welfare & Development Office Head Mae Delia Tacandong, and ACE Head Engr. Suzette Gunda. | Contributed Photo

The leading independent power producer in the Visayas, with presence in Mindanao and Mindoro islands, re-aligned its budget to be able to help its neighboring communities in boosting their pandemic response.

CEDC and TPC donated a total of 1,250 gift packs through the City’s Social Welfare and Development Office for the benefit of indigent households across Toledo City, as well as queuing machines and steel waiting benches to the Toledo Health Department and Toledo City Hospital. On the other hand, PEDC and PPC gave almost 4,000 packs of goods to the local governments of Iloilo and Aklan (Nabas and New Washington) to extend relief to its immediate communities.

PEDC and PPC turned over about 4,000 food packs to LGUs in Iloilo and Aklan. (L-R) Mr. Joel Lego, Division Head – General Service Office of the Province of Iloilo, received the donations by PEDC and PPC which was represented by Community Relations Associate Ms. Evone M. Pendon. | Contributed hoto

The leading independent power producer in the Visayas, with presence in Mindanao and Mindoro islands, re-aligned its budget to be able to help its neighboring communities in boosting their pandemic response.  GBP, with a total gross capacity of 1,091 MW, is committed to nation-building through empowering individuals, communities, and industries along the way.

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