Your source for the latest news and stories from Citicore Power Inc. and its subsidiaries.


March 31, 2022

ACEN and Citicore energize solar plant in Pampanga The Arayat-Mexico solar farm, a joint venture between Citicore and ACEN,
Ayala group’s listed energy platform, reached its full capacity last March 23, 2022 and is
expected to add much needed capacity to the grid in time for the demand surge during the hot
summer season.

March 19, 2022

Citicore expands niche market into automotive industry Citicore Renewable Energy Corporation (CREC), Citicore Energy REIT‘s sponsor, accelerates
its customer diversification as it adds the automotive industry among its growing pool of
renewable energy end-users.

February 15, 2022

Shell renews Power Supply Agreement with Citicore Citicore Energy REIT, Inc.’s (CREIT’s) sponsor and major tenant Citicore Renewable Energy Corp.
(CREC) recently renewed its power supply agreement with Shell Energy Philippines, Inc. (SEPH) for
the supply of clean and renewable energy coming from its portfolio solar power generating plants.

December 20, 2021

Citicore eyeing February listing of clean energy-focused REIT PHOTO:

Renewable energy-themed real estate investment trust (REIT) pioneer Citicore Energy REIT Corp. (CREIT) expects to list by February, aiming to raise P10.1 billion to scale up the group’s agro-solar farm operations in order to become the country’s largest by next year.

May 21, 2021

Citicore eyes P10-B listing of solar plants in unique REIT IPO Megawide Construction Corp.’s privately held sister company, Citicore Power Corp., may list its solar power assets via the country’s first ever energy-focused Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) offering by October this year.

May 21, 2021

Citicore to kick off Pampanga solar plant construction Citicore operates eight solar power plants with an installed capacity of 163 Megawatts (MW).

May 21, 2020

RE Firm to venture in hydro Projects Citicore president Oliver Tan said the initial public offering under Citicore Energy REIT Corp. could raise P8 billion to P10 billion and support its bid to become the country’s biggest solar power producer.