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 […]
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.