WE ARE THE
WORLD'S LARGEST
VERTICALLY INTEGRATED
GEOTHERMAL COMPANY.

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The World's Biggest
Wet Steamfield

A Model For Compact
Development

One of Our Country's
Eco-Tourism Sites

Clean & Renewable
Power at the foot of
the Philippines'
Tallest Mountain

LEYTE: 711.4MW

NEGROS: 222.5MW

BAC-MAN: 150MW

MT. APO: 108MW

WE ARE THE
WORLD'S LARGEST
VERTICALLY INTEGRATED
GEOTHERMAL COMPANY.

MORE ABOUT US

The World's Biggest
Wet Steamfield

LEYTE: 711.4MW

A Model For Compact
Development

NEGROS: 222.5MW

One of Our Country's
Eco-Tourism Sites

BAC-MAN: 150MW

Clean & Renewable Power
at the foot of the
Philippines' Tallest Mountain

MT. APO: 108MW

Energy Development Corporation

 

When it comes to renewable energy, we at EDC are global pioneers and industry specialists. For over 40 years, we have applied our geothermal expertise toward building a future that is less reliant on carbon emissions. We are also the number one renewable company in the Philippines, and a recognized world leader in wet steam field technology.

Energy Development Corporation

 

When it comes to renewable energy, we at EDC are global pioneers and industry specialists. For over 40 years, we have applied our geothermal expertise toward building a future that is less reliant on carbon emissions. We are also the number one renewable company in the Philippines, and a recognized world leader in wet steam field technology.

Delivering 1,475 MW of clean and renewable energy throughout the country

Geothermal

Hydro

Wind

Solar

What is Geo 24/7?

 

Geo 24/7 differentiates EDC’s way of sustainably harnessing geothermal energy.
 
Geothermal energy is known as the Holy Grail of renewable energy technologies because of its unique ability to provide baseload power. This means that it has the capacity to supply 24/7 clean, uninterrupted power, making it a reliable energy source that can keep businesses running, help support basic services to benefit every Filipino, and sustainably boost our country’s growth.
 
Geo 24/7 is what geothermal leader EDC is all about, and how it powers infinite possibilities.
 

Delivering 1,475 MW of clean and renewable energy throughout the country

Geothermal

Hydro

Wind

Solar

What is Geo 24/7?

 

Geo 24/7 differentiates EDC’s way of sustainably harnessing geothermal energy.
 
Geothermal energy is known as the Holy Grail of renewable energy technologies because of its unique ability to provide baseload power. This means that it has the capacity to supply 24/7 clean, uninterrupted power, making it a reliable energy source that can keep businesses running, help support basic services to benefit every Filipino, and sustainably boost our country’s growth.
 
Geo 24/7 is what geothermal leader EDC is all about, and how it powers infinite possibilities.
 

Beyond Sustainability

We refuse to sit on our hands as the effects of climate change take a turn for the worst.
 
This is why we envision a world powered only by clean energy. There is an urgent need to control carbon emissions, and we can do this through decisive action and enlightened choices.
 
We at EDC are in the best position to lead the way towards helping you shift to using clean and low carbon energy sources. Let’s work together to build a sustainable world that will benefit us and future generations.

Beyond Sustainability

We refuse to sit on our hands as the effects of climate change take a turn for the worst.
 
This is why we envision a world powered only by clean energy. There is an urgent need to control carbon emissions, and we can do this through decisive action and enlightened choices.
 
We at EDC are in the best position to lead the way towards helping you shift to using clean and low carbon energy sources. Let’s work together to build a sustainable world that will benefit us and future generations.

News

EDC assures uninterrupted power supply amid expanded community quarantine

EDC is committed to provide 24/7 clean, renewable uninterrupted power to its customers amid the enhanced community quarantine that is currently in place in Luzon and other parts of the country.    Lopez-led geothermal leader Energy Development Corporation (EDC)...

Revamping geothermal in the Philippines

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EDC snags top honor at 55th Anvil Awards

EDC received its most number of Anvil awards in one year aside from bagging the Grand Anvil award for its Baslay Coffee Project. EDC's awards were received by its Chief Finance Officer Erwin Avante; Regina Victoria Pascual, Corporate Support Functions Head; Atty....

Is renewable energy unreliable? and other questions about RE answered

MANILA, Philippines – The world is well aware of the dangers of climate change. It’s good for the environment but can it really power homes and businesses 24/7? Just this March, Greta Thunberg, a 15-year-old Swedish kid, sparked a climate revolution led by children...

Looking climate change straight in the eye

MANILA, Philippines – At least 90 people were killed by natural calamities in September. The bunkhouse chapel that a mining community ran to for refuge during the onslaught of Typhoon Ompong (international name Mangkhut) was squashed and buried after a massive...

EDC wins national safety award

EDC’s Health, Environment, and Safety team led by Joel Handugan, Ronnie Andador, Drigo Rizo, Engellau Flores, and Paulo Gooco received the company’s national occupational safety and health award from the Department of Labor and Employment at the 11th Gawad Kaligtasan...

EDC and UP-IB release Wildlife Treasures

A chronicle of the wildlife in EDC’s geothermal and hydro areas: EDC, led by its President & COO Richard B. Tantoco and partners DENR Assistant Secretary Ricardo L. Calderon, UPLB College of Agriculture Professor Dr. Susan Aquino-Ong, UP-IB Director Ian Kendrich...

Tribal communities hold thanksgiving ceremony for geothermal benefits received

MADADMA Council of Elders Datu Damaso Bayawan, Datu Romeo Malibon, Datu Timuey Jonathan Abel, Datu Fedirico Sia, and Datu Brigido Baroro, Jr., together with the Barangay Tribal Council (BTC) of Barangays Ilomavis and Balabag in Kidapawan City and Barangay Kawayan in...

EDC to directly remit ER1-94 benefits to Leyte beneficiaries this year

Beneficiaries of Lopez-owned and geothermal leader Energy Development Corporation (EDC) in Ormoc and Kananga, Leyte will soon reap the benefits of hosting its geothermal plants directly from the company after recently signing a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to...

EDC continues to reforest Mount Talinis

Geothermal energy needs lush forests to recharge its reservoir. Without trees to hold and release water deep into the earth, geothermal steam fields will dry up and will not be able to produce enough steam to run its power plants. For this reason, geothermal leader...

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…and be powered by good.
 
Be part of a company that values career excellence, environmental stewardship, and business partnership in equal measure. When you join EDC, you’ll be working with people that are committed to building a better world through clean and renewable energy.

Join Us

…and be powered by good.
 
Be part of a company that values career excellence, environmental stewardship, and business partnership in equal measure. When you join EDC, you’ll be working with people that are committed to building a better world through clean and renewable energy.

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As our planet faces a difficult challenge with the COVID-19 pandemic, this should not stop us to show our love and support for our common home.

WWF–Philippines is encouraging everyone to continue helping our planet heal as the annual observance of #EarthHour goes digital.

Let us express solidarity with our fellow living beings in allowing Mother Nature to recuperate by staying at home.

Read here: news.mb.com.ph/2020/03/24/earth-hour-goes-online-this-year/

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