First Gen Integrated Report 2019

Forging Collaborative Pathways for a Decarbonized and Regenerative Future.

About this Photo: This image shows an aerial view of the western coast of India, Gujarat, which is particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change. To survive, farmers in this region are forced to deal with extreme challenges. In 2019, this included the worst drought to hit the region in the Philippines, the El Nino phenomenon in the same year contributed to extreme dry spells and droughts in 10 provinces and 41 municipalities. Nearly 250,000 farmers were affected by agricultural damage totaling nearly PHP 8 billion. Metro Manila was paralyzed by crippling water shortages as well, leaving millions of residents with limited options in sourcing their water needs.”

Chairman's Message

“Businesses need to align themselves, their resources, and their capabilities towards a mission that seeks to elevate everything they touch – their customers, employees, suppliers, contractors, the environment, communities, and, of course, their investors.”

President's Message

“First Gen’s efforts show that a decarbonized and regenerative future is possible. As with any great feat, it is challenging, but it is achievable.”

At A Glance

30 Power Plants

Across Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.

3,492 MW

Total installed capacity across the Philippines


Philippines’ gross generation in 2019

USD 767.8m