Taiwan’s ATE Energy to Sign Contracts for Power Plants in The Philippines Next Year

Taiwan-based EPC (engineering, procurement, and construction) firm, ATE Energy International Co. Ltd announced that they will sign three contracts in the Philippines next year, including for marine and civil engineering work for a power plant. The company expects to receive more than double the number of new orders from inside and outside the region next year compared to this year.

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