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APRI names 2018 Cleanergy Youth Ambassadors

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THE AMBASSADOR’S STORY. Beny Cariaga, a Cleanergy Youth Ambassador, emotionally narrate his story as he strives to pursue his education.|Photo Credit: APRI

VERY recently, AP Renewables, Inc (APRI) awarded the 2018 Cleanergy Youth Ambassador title to twelve students of Buenaventura E. Fandialan Memorial Integrated National High School (BEFMINHS).

The students were conferred the honorary title after completing an immersion program that covered various facets of tour management and events handling.

“The Cleanergy Youth Ambassadors program supports the Work Immersion requirement of DepEd’s K-12 curriculum,” said Noemi Sebastian, APRI vice president for Corporate Services. She added, “We are pleased to partner with a learning institution near our plant to help students gain real-life skills in actual work settings.”

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CERTIFIED CLEANERGY YOUTH AMBASSADORS The pioneer batch of Cleanergy Youth Ambassadors Project of AP Renewables, Inc. (APRI) is now more than ready to pursue their dreams as they successfully completed their 2-month immersion program at the Cleanergy Center.|

Cleanergy Youth Ambassador Beny Cariaga shared, “Sa maagang edad, nawalan na po ako ng ina na s’yang nagsilbing ilaw ng aming tahanan. Pakiramdam ko, lahat sa paligid ko, madilim. Ngunit sa pagtagal nang panahon, na-realize ko na may mga ilaw pang pwedeng gumabay sa akin. At iyon ay ang aking mga guro, kaibigan, at kayo po sa Cleanergy Center. Aking natutunan na nasa sarili lang natin kung paano natin bubuksan ang pindutan ng ilaw na ating hinahanap.

The 2018 Cleanergy Youth Ambassadors are John Bryan Bala, Beny Gilbert Cariaga, Mariella Ericka Caponpon, Marie Louise Bassett, Miamin Guia, Cynder Joyce Dimailig, John Paul Hansel Malabag, Roger Mar Llover, Marc Vincent Dimasapit, Claudine May Obligado, Jehan Bona, and Sonny San Diego.

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PROUD TOUR GUIDES.  Cleanergy Youth Ambassadors gladly tour their schoolmates at the Cleanergy Center.|

The Cleanergy Center is a 650-square meter facility located in the AP Renewables Admin Compound of MakBan Geothermal Power Plant in Brgy. Bitin, Bay, Laguna. It is the first energy education facility of AboitizPower, which is focused on environmental awareness and renewable energy education through the use of audio visual presentations, interactive displays, and a tour of a working geothermal power plant.

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TASKS-DRIVEN YOUTH.  Busy Youth Ambassadors strategize to accomplish their tasks in marketing and other administrative works.|

Inaugurated last August 28, 2013, the Cleanergy Center has already accommodated more than 30,000 local and foreign visitors. To know more about our Cleanergy Center, please like and follow us on facebook, www.facebook.com/cleanergycenter.

APRI, a wholly owned subsidiary of AboitizPower, is one of the leading geothermal energy producers in the country. It delivers clean and renewable baseload power with two facilities that it operates in Tiwi, Albay; Bay and Calauan, Laguna; and Sto. Tomas, Batangas. -PR|#BALIKAS_News

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CLEANERGY YOUTH AMBASSADORS ON THE GO!  Our tour guide aspirants also experience to go outside the community to volunteer in a children’s Christmas party in Brgy. San Vicente, Sto. Tomas, Batangas.|
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