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HydroThe Magat plant is located at the border of Isabela and Ifugao provinces in northern Philippines. The facility is a 360-MW hydroelectric power plant commissioned in 1985 and consists of 4 Francis turbines, each unit with a 90-MW rated capacity. The plant sells its power to the Wholesale Electricity Spot Market (WESM) and electric cooperatives in Region II. The facility is owned and operated by SN Aboitiz Power- Magat, Inc., a joint venture between Aboitiz Power and SN Power Invest AS of Norway. The company won the bid for the plant conducted by the Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corporation (PSALM) in December 2006.
The Ambuklao plant is located in Bokod, Benguet province in northern Philippines. It is a 75-MW hydroelectric power station commissioned in 1956, and consists of three 25-MW generating units. In July 1990, a strong earthquake hit the Province of Benguet, and Ambuklao suffered heavy damages that led to its final decommissioning in 1999. SN AboitizPower -Benguet, Inc. won the bid for the plant auctioned by PSALM in November 2007; the plant was turned over to the company in July 2008. The company is currently rehabilitating the power facility and aims to operate it at a higher installed capacity of 105 MW. The three 25-MW turbines will be replaced with 35-MW units, and are expected to enter commercial operations in stages throughout 2010. The power to be generated by this plant will be sold to the WESM.
The Binga plant is located in Itogon, Benguet province in northern Philippines. It is a 100-MW hydroelectric facility with four 25-MW turbines. First commissioned in 1960, the plant currently sells its power in the WESM. SN AboitizPower -Benguet, Inc. won the bid for the plant in November 2007. The company will rehabilitate the power plant beginning 2011, starting out with the upgrading of the intake. One turbine will be replaced with a 35-MW unit every summer for four consecutive years such that by 2014, the plant will be fully upgraded.
The Benguet 1-10 plants are located in different parts of Benguet province in northern Philippines. The combined capacity of the 10 mini hydroelectric plants, which were commissioned in the early 1990s, total 34 MW. The plants use three types of turbines: Pelton, Francis, and Turgo. Operated by Hedcor, Inc., the plants’ offtaker is the National Power Corporation.
The Davao 1-5 plants are located in Talomo, Davao province in southern Philippines. The 5 mini hydroelectric plants have a combined capacity of 4 MW that use either Pelton or Francis turbines. The plants are owned and operated by Hedcor, which had won the bid for Talomo Hydro System in 2004. Offtaker is Davao Light & Power Company.
The Bakun plant is located in Alilem, Ilocos Sur province in northern Philippines. The facility is a 70-MW run-of-river hydroelectric power station, which consists of two 35-MW horizontally mounted generators. Commissioned in 2001, the plant’s major offtaker is the National Power Corporation (NPC). The plant was constructed as a build, operate, transfer project by Luzon Hydro Corporation, a joint venture with Pacific Hydro Limited of Australia. After 25 years, the power plant will be handed over to the NPC.
The Sibulan plant is located in Davao del Sur, southern Philippines. The facility is a 42.5-MW hydroelectric power plant. With its construction starting in 2007, the plant now consists of 4 Pelton turbines. The facility is owned and operated by Hedcor Sibulan, Inc., and its construction’s target date of completion is in May 2010.