Sinag project lights Batangas road
Andres Malibiran, who heads Barangay San Isidro where the street lights are installed, thanked Shell and PSFI, saying “tiyak na magiging ligtas at maliwanag na aming kapaligiran (we are assured of light and safety in our surroundings).” Malibiran spoke during the Ceremonial Switch-On of Solar-powered Streetlights, which was held by Shell and PSFI last January 29. PSPC Tabangao External Relations Manager Darlito Guamos said Shell, through PSFI’s SINAG project, has found an innovative way to use green energy in promoting road safety among partner communities like San Isidro. “Shell is not only serious about road safety, but also about powering progress using cleaner energy solutions. In Tabangao, for example, we’ve set up a solar farm at the terminal, which produces enough electricity to power operational and residential needs inside the compound,” he added. Guamos and PSPC Terminal Manager Anna Estandarte led the ceremony, together with Engr. Ronaldo Frago of the Department of Public Works and Highways’ Batangas Second District Engineering Office, Batangas City police station commander Police Lt. Col. Gerry Laylo and members of the San Isidro barangay council. Laylo says police stationed at the San Isidro outpost located by the road now lit up by the solar-powered streetlights will find it easier to maintain peace and order in the barangay at night.
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