Masinloc Coal-Fired Thermal Power Plant is composed of 2 x 300 MW generating units (Masinloc Coal 1 and 2) and was commissioned in 1998. It is located along the shoreline of Masinloc in Zambales Province.
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The Sual Coal-Fired Thermal Power Plant in Sual, Pangasinan, Philippines, has an installed capacity of 1,216 MW. It is composed of two (2) generating units with a gross capacity of 618 MW each, making Sual to have the largest generating unit in the Philippines. (NOTE: Santa Rita Combined Cycle Power Station in Batangas is the […]
The 140 MW Casecnan Hydroelectric Power Plant is part of the Casecnan Multi-purpose Project, a combined irrigation and hydroelectric power project by the National Irrigation Administration (NIA).
The 32 MW First Cabanatuan Ventures Corp. (FCVC) Diesel Power Plant located in Cabanatuan City Neva Ecija, Philippines.
Power Plants in the Philippines can be categorized according to its nature of ownership and operation. It could be;
The 100 MW Pantabangan Hydro electric Power Plant is composed of 2 x 50 MW turbine-generating units. The plant harnesses the potential energy of the stored water inside the Pantabangan Reservoir, the largest water reservoir in the Philippines in terms of storage capacity, and converted it into electricity.
Although Philippines has a lot of indigenous and clean energy resources, the country is still reliant on “high CO2-emitting” coal-fueled power plants as a source of electricity;
The Batangas Coal Fired Thermal Power Plant (or also called, Calaca Power Plant) is a 600 MW plant composed of 2 x 300 MW generating units. The first unit was constructed in Sep. 1981 - Sep. 1984 and commissioned in Sep. 1984.
The Complex is composed of;
The Combined Cycle Gas Turbine Power Plant in Limay, Bataan was constructed under a turnkey Design and Build Contract, a Build-Transfer-Operated (BTO) Scheme, between NPC and the consortium of ABB/Marubeni Corporation/Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd.
There are many hydro electric power plants in the Philippines dispersedly located in the various areas in the countrysides of Luzon Visayas and Mindanao. Almost all of the large hydro electric plants, which ranged from over 50 MW, are connected to the main transmission grid, while most of small (10 MW to 50 MW) and […]
Just for us to be more knowledgeable about our industry, I`ll give some general information about the existing and decommissioned power plants in the Philippines. Some of them might not be as big as a hundred of Megawatt Plant, but still, it is interesting to know. Let’s start with the Baligatan Hydro Plant in Isabela.
This is an erratum to my previous article about what really is the first and oldest power plant in the Philippines. Though it’s correct that those mentioned plants are indeed the first and oldest hydro plants in the Philippines, the real first electric generating plant in the country was the Central Power Plant on Calle […]
There is a very little, if not none, documents that will verify what power plant is the very first in the Philippines. However, based on the author’s personal visit to some of the plants, and some research and conversation with some reliable individuals from the industry, he compiled some of the oldest power […]