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CSR Initiatives

We implement CSR commitments and programs across our business portfolio according to our guidelines and in line with our business capabilities.

Conducted mangrove conservation and coastal livelihood improvement program at Banyuglugur. Contributed to local environmental conservation by developing a Biodiversity project at one of the staff communities, as well as Carbon Capture Storage program.

Paiton Energy

Multiple initiatives conducted within the immediate region around the plant to introduce waste recycling and the development of methane production infrastructure to produce small scale biogas for community use.

Other energy initiatives include installation of PV solar panels at high schools in Malang and Madura.

Paiton Energy

Supported multiple socio-economic programs in the areas of food production from the sea and land. Facilitated and contributed to cloth dying and Batik printing, and recycled paper production.

Paiton Energy

Supported and funded multiple initiatives within the educational system. This includes providing improvement to existing infrastructure and constructing new facilities.

Also we have implemented the Paiton Energy Indonesian Young Leaders Scholarship Program. This is a unique program that provides financial support and leadership development training for accomplished second-year undergraduate students from recognized institutions.

In addition initiatives have been funded to improve content and create new educational programs concerning HIV and AIDS and preserve traditional heritage crafts.

Paiton Energy

Granted support focusing on the local community at Sur in the areas of education, health and safety and environmental care.

Phoenix Power Company

Provided contributions to the local Royal Oman Police traffic week, providing child car seats to promote safety.

Phoenix Power Company

Supported Health care practitioners by provision of medical equipment for the Ministry of Health.

Phoenix Power Company

Supported social engagement and natural resources assessment by signing a landmark agreement with the International Union for Conservation of Nature Regional office for West Asia. This partnership will focus upon the Stakeholder needs and how learning from project delivery can be leveraged. Amongst the many initiatives a socioeconomic study is to be conducted to assess the investments in this region. The objective of the study is to define environmental, social and economic factors having impact within our local communities.

IPP4

Provided consultation sessions and information support for new Solar PV projects to Al Manaker, Al Baida and Al Khashafya villages.

IPP4

Supported Al Quds College by leading two awareness sessions for HSE students on the subject of Power Plant Engineering.

IPP4

Donated services and equipment for the rehabilitation and re-equipment of the Shams Ma’an Orphanage center.

Shams Ma'an Solar

Funded the supply and installation of 18 bus stops in the Ma’an Region providing shelter from the sun and wind.

Shams Ma'an Solar

Supported the Martyr Saleh Shafiq Salah/ Charity Association which focuses upon Hearing and Vision Clinics, Dental Clinic, Dialysis Unit and many other community services by providing physical therapy equipment for handicapped members of the Ma’an community.

Shams Ma'an Solar

Provided leadership of, and materials to Taghyeer Organization workshop sessions supporting the “We Love Reading" program.

Shams Ma'an Solar

Purchased equipment and supported newly established Nashama Ma’an indoor Football Club to encourage sports in the community through 5-a-side.

Shams Ma'an Solar

Summary of Initiatives by Portfolio Asset

  • Supported and funded multiple initiatives within the educational system. This includes providing improvement to existing infrastructure and constructing new facilities. Also we have implemented the Paiton Energy Indonesian Young Leaders Scholarship Program. This is a unique program that provides financial support and leadership development training for accomplished second-year undergraduate students from recognized institutions. In addition initiatives have been funded to improve content and create new educational programs concerning HIV and AIDS and preserve traditional heritage crafts.
  • Multiple initiatives conducted within the immediate region around the plant to introduce waste recycling and the development of Methane production infrastructure to produce small scale biogas for community use. Other energy initiatives include installation of PV solar panels at high schools in Malang and Madura.
  • Supported multiple socio-economic programs in the areas of food production from the sea and land. Facilitated and contributed to cloth dying and Batik printing, and recycled Paper production.
  • Conducted mangrove conservation and coastal livelihood improvement program at Banyuglugur. Contributed to local environmental conservation by developing a Biodiversity project at one of the staff communities, as well as Carbon Capture Storage program by planting
  • Granted support focusing on the local community at Sur in the areas of education, health and safety and environmental care.
  • Provided contributions to the local Royal Oman Police traffic week, providing child car seats to promote safety.
  • Supported Health care practitioners by provision of medical equipment for the Ministry of Health.
  • Supported social engagement and natural resources assessment by signing landmark agreement with the International Union for Conservation of Nature Regional office for West Asia. This partnership is to focus upon the Stakeholder needs and how learning from project delivery can be leveraged. Amongst the many initiatives a socioeconomic study is to be conducted to assess the investments in this region. The objective of the study is to define environmental, social and economic factors having impact within our local communities.
  • Provided consultation sessions and information support for new Solar PV projects to Al Manaker, Al Baida and Al Khashafya villages.
  • Supported Al Quds College by leading two awareness sessions for HSE students on the subject of Power Plant Engineering.
  • Donated services and equipment for the rehabilitations and re-equipment of the Shams Ma’an Orphanage center.
  • Funded the supply and installation of 18 Bus stops in the Ma’an Region providing shelter from the sun and wind.
  • Provided leadership of, and materials to Taghyeer Organization workshop sessions supporting the “We Love Reading“ program.
  • Purchased equipment and supported newly established Nashama Ma’an indoor Football Club to encourage sports in the community through 5-a-side.
  • Supported the Martyr Saleh Shafiq Salah/ Charity Association which focuses upon Hearing and Vision Clinics, Dental Clinic, Dialysis Unit and many other Community services by providing physical therapy equipment for handicapped members of the Ma’an community.