zero carbon resorts project

zcr logo

A recently launched European Union (EU) sponsored project, the “Zero Carbon Resorts“, aims at enabling companies in the tourism industry such as hotels, hostels and resorts of Palawan and other parts of the Philippines to “go green” and stand out as one of the most climate-friendly companies in the area.

This project offers a unique chance for tourism companies to get access to:

• FREE CONSULTING through local and European experts
• a COMPLETE ENERGY AUDIT of their resort or hotel
• database of new and existing COST-SAVING TECHNOLOGIES and best practice solutions in the field of energy.
• handbooks & CD-ROMs on how to save energy
• a certificate
• promotion activities

please refer to the following link for the call for participation:

ZCR_GrAT_Invitation Letter_Briefing Session

ZCR_GrAT_Brief Project Info

Take this rare opportunity and be among the limited 20 resorts to constitute the “Frontier Group”. The Frontier Group will be systematically guided to monitor how much energy they consume, to find solutions to reduce energy cost from our international and local experts, plus a chance to get published in various multi-media publications within the next two years! If you are interested, kindly fill out the application form you find in enclosed documents.

ZCR_GrAT_FG application form

Please send the filled-out Baseline Self-Assessment Checklist as your Registration Form on or before March 1, 2010 to the following e-mail:


for more info kindly follow the link:


1 Comment

  1. July 8, 2014 at 6:08 pm

    I really like it when people get together and share thoughts.

    Great blog, stick with it!

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