Mayor Hermie Relampagos, MD of Municipality of Dagohoy leads the ribbon cutting of the Mobile Clinic Donation of PGEC. Present during the turn over are Mayor Wing Lagroma, Department Heads of Municipality of Dagohoy and representatives of BFP and PNP
Dagohoy, Bohol. It is an early Christmas for the Dagohoy Municipality when Mayor Doc Hermie Relampagos officially received the Mobile Medical-Surgical Clinic donated by PetroGreen Energy Corporation last December 13, 2022.
A simple turn over program was held in front of the Municipal Hall of Dagohoy and was witnessed by all the municipal employees. Dagohoy Mayor Hermie Relampagos said that Dagohoy is very lucky to be the host municipality of the proposed 27 MW Dagohoy Solar Power Project. He further added that they are overwhelmed and very grateful as the mobile clinic will be a big boost to the health program of the municipality. The mobile clinic is fully air-conditioned and equipped with LED TV, patient bed, Ambu Bag, 20 lb. Oxygen Tank with Regulator, Digital BP Apparatus, drawers and shelves for medicines and extended canopy for the waiting patients. Mayor Relampagos, who is a medical doctor, said they will use the mobile clinic to visit and provide medical services to remote barangays of Dagohoy, whose residents find it difficult to get needed medical services especially during emergencies.
Apart from the turn over of Mobile Clinic, PetroGreen also turned over school bags with school supplies to ALL the pupils of San Vicente Elementary School. Meanwhile, PetroGreen donated a St. Joseph the Worker replica to the Parish of San Vicente Ferrer. Present during the turn over is the Parish Priest of Dagohoy, Fr. Rey Omamaling together with Brgy. Captain Renato Saguing.
PetroGreen Energy Corporation (PGEC) the renewable energy holding subsidiary of publicly-listed PetroEnergy Resources Corporation, a member of the Yuchengco Group of Companies (YGC). PGEC holds 65% interest in the 32 MW Maibarara Geothermal Power Project (MGPP) in Batangas, 40% stake in the 50 MW Nabas Wind Power Project (NWPP), and 56% interest in the 70 MWdc Tarlac Solar Power Project (TSPP).