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WATER PHILIPPINES and PhilEnergy to hold unified event from March 22 to 24

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WATER PHILIPPINES and PhilEnergy to hold a unified event from March 22 to 24, 2023

The nation's largest trade fair for the water, wastewater, and energy industries is now in its largest and greatest editions. The 6th WATER PHILIPPINES 2023 and 3rd PhilEnergy 2023 trade exhibits will take place on March 22-24, 2023, at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City, Philippines.

WATER PHILIPPINES and PhilEnergy hold  unified event from March 22 to 24
WATER PHILIPPINES and PhilEnergy to hold a unified event from March 22 to 24

Both events are expected to attract over 10,000 attendees and trade visitors from 40 professional profiles in the water and energy industries. More than 300 exhibiting brands and companies from more than 60 exhibitor profiles will showcase the latest technologies and products in the two (2) function halls for the conferences, which will be hosted by some of the partner associations, including the Philippine Water Works Association (PWWA) and the Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance, Inc. (PE2). WATER PHILIPPINES and PhilEnergy 2023 will also host free workshops during the three-day event.

PhilEnergy 2023 was renamed Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Philippines to reflect the trade event's expansion and the addition of three more sub-events to produce a more detailed, sector-specific exposition. Electric and Power Philippines, Electric Vehicle Philippines, and Energy Storage Philippines are the three new events. PhilEnergy is also supported by the Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers (PSME), which will organize a Technical Section Symposium. Several technical experts will be on hand to help lead the guests' conversations.

According to PE2 President Alexander Ablaza, regardless of whether there is a crisis or not, energy efficiency should be addressed as a vital resource in both good and bad times. "We have been begging the Filipino government to acknowledge the need for energy efficiency at all times. PhilEnergy will act as a forum to bring attention to this critical issue.

Related: WATER PHILIPPINES and PhilEnergy Expo will return in 2023 as a sustainable two-in-one event.

According to the Department of Energy, the nation's final energy consumption is predicted to rise by 4.3% annually through 2040. (DOE). According to an Asian Development Bank (ADB) assessment from 2019, the country's continually expanding economy, which is still among the strongest in Asia, is to blame for rising national energy demand.

Apart from supply or production constraints, the Philippines continues to have some of Asia's highest electricity prices. The fluctuating fuel price on the global market is one of the causes of this problem. As a result, there are mounting calls to minimize, if not totally eliminate, the industry's reliance on dangerous emissions-producing compounds. Switching to renewable energy sources is one of the local actions being implemented.

The Philippines already approved the Renewable Energy Act in 2008, with the goal of expanding renewable energy's share of the nation's power generation mix to 35% by 2030 and 50% by 2040. The bill emphasizes the country's commitment to growing the use of renewable energy sources to reduce emissions, enhance economic development, and protect the environment and human health.

The upcoming WATER PHILIPPINES and PhilEnergy 2023 reports will highlight these and other similar challenges. Informa Markets Philippines, a subsidiary of the world-renowned tradeshow organizer Informa plc, organizes the three-day events. To receive access, register for free at and

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