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Toyota Motor Philippines manufacturing plant sources 100% green energy


For its mission for carbon neutrality, Toyota Motor Philippines has signed a retail supply contract with Team (Philippines) Energy Corporation to provide green-backed electricity for its manufacturing operations. This allows Toyota to achieve 100% renewable energy by supplying 90% of the company’s total electricity, complementing its existing 1.46-megawatt rooftop solar power system.

Their green-backed electricity has commenced its supply back on December 26, 2023. Based on the contract, every megawatt hour will be backed by an International Renewable Energy Certificate that verifies its sourcing from a domestic renewable energy plant.

This energy transition will neutralize TMP’s Scope 2 Emissions, particularly the indirect carbon dioxide emissions from purchased electricity for manufacturing operations,” TMP president Atsuhiro Okamoto remarked. “Such is a significant milestone for TMP and its mission to address climate change, making its automotive manufacturing plant in Santa Rosa City, Laguna the front-runner and early achiever of 100% RE ratio target for Toyota in the ASEAN region,” he added.

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Toyota Motor Philippines is geared towards decarbonizing the rest of its energy sources for manufacturing until 2035. They are particularly focusing on their petrol-type generators, ovens, and boilers for their painting processes.

In 2020, Global Toyota set its target for all its manufacturing plants to be carbon-neutral by 2035 under the Company’s overall Net Zero commitment also known as the Toyota Environmental Challenge 2050.

Local Toyota suppliers and dealers have followed the company’s lead and implemented energy efficiency and renewable energy initiatives. To date, several companies have undertaken the  task to achieve 100% renewable energy ratio, either by investing in onsite solar power facilities or procuring renewable energy through the government’s Green Energy Option. These companies include Denso Ten Philippines Corporation, Hino Motors Philippines Corporation,Denso Philippines Corporation, and International Wiring Systems Philippines for suppliers, as well as Toyota Global City, Toyota Mabolo City, and Toyota Pasong Tamofor dealers.




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