Geothermal Power Plants in the Philippines

Date

Plant Name Location Owner/
Operator
Steam
Supplier
Rated
Capacity
(MW*)
Date
Commi-
ssioned
Remarks
Luzon            
Makban Plant A Bitin, Laguna NPC Chevron 110 1979  
Makban Plant B Bitin, Laguna NPC Chevron 110 1980  
Makban Plant C Bitin, Laguna NPC Chevron 110 1984 On prolonged shutdown
Makban Plant D Bitin, Laguna NPC Chevron 40 1995  
Makban Plant E Bitin, Laguna NPC Chevron 40 1996  
Tiwi A Tiwi, Albay NPC Chevron 110 1979 decommissioned
Tiwi B Tiwi, Albay NPC Chevron 110 1980  
Tiwi C Tiwi, Albay NPC Chevron 110 1981-82  
Bacman A Bacon, Sorsogon NPC PNOC-EDC 110 1993  
BacMan (Cawayan) Bacon, Sorsogon NPC PNOC-EDC 20 1994  
Bacman (Bacon) Bacon, Sorsogon NPC PNOC-EDC 20 1998  
Visayas            
Palinpinon I Valencia, Negros Oriental NPC PNOC-EDC 112.5 1983  
Palinpinon 2 Valencia, Negros Oriental NPC PNOC-EDC 80 1993-95  
Northern Negros Negros Occidental PNOC-EDC PNOC-EDC 49 2007 On rehabilitation
Leyte A & B Tongonan, Leyte PNOC-EDC PNOC-EDC 610.18 1996 NPC-IPP
Leyte Tonginan Kananga, Leyte NPC PNOC-EDC 112.5 1983  
Mindanao            
Mt Apo I Kidapawan, N. Cotabato Marubeni Corporation PNOC-EDC 54.24 1996 NPC-IPP
At Apo II Kidapawan, N. Cotabato Marubeni Corporation PNOC-EDC 54.24 1999 NPC-IPP

* For most cases, specially for old NPC Plants, rated capacity is not equivalent to the actual dependable capacity of the plants




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