Partnerships inked for Aboitiz Cleanergy Park

One important thrust of Davao Light and Power Co., Inc. (Davao Light) with its social development arm, Aboitiz Foundation, Inc. is to conserve and protect the environment. Invaluable environmental efforts are being carried out in the Aboitiz Cleanergy Park, an eight-hectare biodiversity park with a coastal forest in an urban setting. It teems with life on land, sea and air thus Davao Light is committed to protect and maintain its healthy and well-balanced ecosystem.


The company further strengthens this commitment as it signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) last April 22, in time for the celebration of Earth Day,

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Home at last!

Turtle Panabo, a critically endangered Hawksbill Turtle, was released to the sea from the Aboitiz Cleanergy Park where it underwent rehabilitation and monitoring after it was rescued from being kept as a pet for around 16 years. The pawikan was turned over to the Park in July 2019 by DENR-Community Environment and Natural Resources of Panabo City, hence the name. It was reportedly smuggled to Panabo City from Surigao City when the pawikan was still a hatchling. With the goal to release it to the sea,

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Davao Light supports the preparations of public schools for the possible return of face-to-face classes

Though students are still in their homes for the modular learning due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Davao Light and Power Co., Inc. together with the Aboitiz Foundation continue to deliver its commitment to support the Department of Education (DepEd) in its Technical Vocational (TechVoc) Program.


Last April 16, Davao Light officially turned over a refurbished and fully-equipped electrical laboratory (e.Lab) to A. O. Floirendo National High School in Panabo City, while electrical tools and equipment (e.Lab Plus) were also turned over to La Paz National High School and Alejal National High School in Davao del Norte.

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Rescued, Rehabbed and Released: The Story of Turtle Kadayawan

Last April 10, 2021, a rehabilitated sea turtle was released back to the sea after it was housed at the Aboitiz Cleanergy Park for almost five years.


The turtle is a female Olive Ridley Turtle that was rescued and turned over by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) XI on August 18, 2016 to Aboitiz Cleanergy Park. The turtle was named 'Turtle Kadayawan' since it was turned over when the city was celebrating the week-long Kadayawan Festival.

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