EDC and ADI commits to save threatened native tree species

COMMITTED TO SAVE THREATENED NATIVE TREE SPECIES. Semiconductor company Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) and the Energy Development Corporation (EDC) have partnered to protect and propagate threatened native trees under EDC’s BINHI program. Seedlings of rare threatened native tree seedlings were planted in ADI’s General Trias site to allow them to grow into mother trees in a safe space. The BINHI program aims to preserve and propagate premium threatened native tree species. (Clockwise from top left): ADI and EDC representatives make the partnership official; ADI management team and EDC representatives pose for a photo after the first seedling has been planted; ADI employees gamely volunteered to plant seedlings to ensure these native trees grow into maturity.




The Energy Development Corporation (EDC) is a pioneer in generating 100% clean, renewable, and reliable power as an electricity supplier in the Philippines for over 40 years. With power plants all over Visayas and Mindanao, the company is one of the biggest producers of geothermal energy in Asia and is expanding its reach in the international market, allowing it to offer customers affordable energy rates. EDC also strives to provide the best customer service it can to all its clients by having helpful salespeople and easy to understand contracts. Because of all of this, it is poised to become the premier supplier of electricity for the Philippines’ Green Energy Option Program. EDC takes its mission as a renewable energy provider seriously and goes beyond sustainability by investing in programs that enhance the environment and empower its partner communities, thereby fostering regenerative development. The company has also been working toward being carbon-neutral by improving its energy efficiency, as well as implementing various greening projects to ensure that its mission to provide future generations with a better life remains intact.