SN Aboitiz Power Magat (SNAP-Magat), a renewable energy solutions provider, aligns its operations and sustainability commitments to help sustain its host communities.
SNAP’s sustainable journey supports Isabela’s fight against malnutrition.
SNAP-Magat handed over 9,158 powdered milk packs to the Office of Provincial Social Welfare and Development (PSWD) in Ilagan, Isabela on Jan. 31, 2023 to support its Busog-Lusog Milk Feeding Program.
Lucila Ambatali, PSWD officer, received the donation.
SNAP-Magat has supported the program since it signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the province in 2021.
In addition to this donation, 3,240 cans of premium-brand milk were previously given to the province.
These milk cans were combined with locally produced milk to supplement and provide adequate nutrition to meet the nutritional needs of malnourished children, senior citizens, and pregnant and lactating mothers in the province.
SNAP’s sustainability journey aligns with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations.
Collaborative efforts like these lead to achieving Good Health and Well Being (SDG 3).
SN Aboitiz Power-Magat (SNAP-Magat) is a joint venture of Scatec and Aboitiz Power Corporation (AP).
Scatec is a leading renewable energy solutions provider, accelerating access to reliable and affordable clean energy in emerging markets.
As a long-term player, they develop, build, own and operate renewable energy plants, with 4.6 GW in operation and under construction across four continents today.
They are committed to growing their renewable energy capacity, delivered by their 700 passionate employees and partners who are driven by a common vision of ‘Improving our Future’.
Scatec is headquartered in Oslo, Norway and listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange
under the ticker symbol ‘SCATC’.
AP is the holding company of the Philippines-based Aboitiz Group’s investments in power generation, distribution, and retail electricity services.
It advances business and communities by providing reliable and ample power supply at a reasonable and competitive price, and with the least adverse effects on the environment and host communities.
SNAP-Magat owns and operates the Magat hydroelectric power plant which has a nameplate capacity of 360 MW and maximum capacity of 388 MW on the border of Isabela and Ifugao; and the 8.5-MW Maris hydro in Isabela.
The non-power components such as dams, reservoirs, and spillways are owned, managed, and operated by the government.