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Leading the Transition to Clean Energy

The Philippine Energy Efficiency Project (PEEP) web site has been launched to serve as a communication channel for the project team and all stakeholders involved in the project, as well as to help establish linkages online with communities for information service activities.


All key project information including project activities and progress updates, project findings and results are made available online to public users. In addition, the users will be able to learn more about partnerships and opportunities for involvement.


The content of the PEEP website is categorized into seven sections that are related to the seven project components and activities. These sections are:

  • Energy Efficiency in Government Buildings
  • Nationwide Residential Lighting Program
  • Public Lighting Program
  • Energy Efficiency Testing and Lamp Waste Management
  • Super ESCO
  • Efficient Building Initiative
  • Communication and Social Mobilization


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The Philippine Energy Efficiency Project (PEEP) is the demonstration of the societal benefits of implementation of a series of energy efficiency projects in the commercial, residential and public sectors. In addition it addresses a key public health issue of residual mercury that is likely to increase through the implementation of EE projects. PEEP is implemented by the Philippine Department of Energy (DOE) supported by a loan from the Asian Development Bank (ADB). The International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC) was contracted to provide Project Implementation Services (PIS).