ASSIST helps launch 3rd Training of Trainers for ConservePhil Project

12 07 2011

Representatives of the retail industry participated in the third installment of ConservePhil’s training for trainors at Marriot Hotel, Pasay City last June 28 to 30, 2011.

Participants pose with their trainer, Engr. Bernard Pacia (leftmost).

ConservePhil is   a private-public partnership that aims to provide the retail sector with adequate training on energy management. It is implemented by the Asia Society for Social Improvement and Sustainable Transformation (ASSIST) along with partners TUV Rheinland Philippines and GIZ, on behalf of German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.

TUV Rheinland CEO Tristan Loveres welcome the participants to the TOT Workshop.

Engr. Bernard Pacia presented several best practices on energy efficiency, and introduced the participants to the conduct of energy efficiency audit. He likewise discussed measures to ensure the appropriate implementation of an energy efficiency program in a company.

California Clothing, Ever Gotesco Malls, Newtrends International, Celine, Wilcon, and Mercury Drug Store were some of the companies that benefited from the three-day training.

ASSIST Projects and Grants Management Director Sathappan Sathappan and PGM Group Associate Marivic Mamaradlo were involved in the preparations for the training.

The participants are expected to re-echo their learnings from the training to their counterparts in their respective companies. #

Engr. Bernard Pacia providing recommendations during the open forum.








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