List of power plants in the Philippines

Here is a list of some of the power plants in the Philippines.

RenewableEdit

HydroelectricEdit

Station Community Coordinates Capacity (MW) Operator Commissioned Ref
Agus 1 Hydroelectric Power Plant Marawi, Lanao del Sur 80.00 1994
Agua-Grande Hydroelectric Power Plant Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte 18°34′13.7″N 120°53′57.7″E / 18.570472°N 120.899361°E / 18.570472; 120.899361 (Agua-Grande Hydroelectric Power Plant) 80.00 1983
Agus 6 Hydroelectric Power Plant Iligan 200.00 1953, 1977
Agusan 2 Hydroelectric Power Plant Damilag, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon 8°21′9″N 124°46′8″E / 8.35250°N 124.76889°E / 8.35250; 124.76889 (Agusan 2 Hydroelectric Power Plant) 1.60 First Gen Corporation 1957 [1][2]
Ambuklao Hydroelectric Power Plant Bokod, Benguet 105.00 2011
Lon-oy Hydro Lon-oy, San Gabriel, La Union 3.60 1993 [3]
Talomo Hydro 2B Brgy. Mintal, Davao City 0.30 2005 [3]
Talomo Hydro 3 Brgy. Catalunan Pequeño, Davao City 1.92 2005 [3]
Sabangan Hydro Sabangan, Mountain Province 14.00 2015 [3]
Linao Cawayan Mini-Hydro Power Plant Oriental Mindoro 3.00 2014 [3]

GeothermalEdit

Station Community Coordinates Capacity (MW) Commissioned Notes Ref
BacMan Geothermal Production Field (Energy Development Corporation) Sorsogon City, Sorsogon 13°03′16.9160″N 123°57′55.6333″E / 13.054698889°N 123.965453694°E / 13.054698889; 123.965453694 (BacMan Geothermal Production Field) 0 1979 Produces steam for BacMan 1 and 2 power plants. Total 140 MW [2][4][5]
BacMan 1 Geothermal Power Station (Energy Development Corporation) Sorsogon City, Sorsogon 13°03′16.9160″N 123°57′55.6333″E / 13.054698889°N 123.965453694°E / 13.054698889; 123.965453694 (BacMan Geothermal Production Field) 120 1993 Steam is from BacMan Geothermal Production Field [2][4][5]
BacMan 2 Geothermal Power Station (Energy Development Corporation) Sorsogon City, Sorsogon 13°03′16.9160″N 123°57′55.6333″E / 13.054698889°N 123.965453694°E / 13.054698889; 123.965453694 (BacMan Geothermal Production Field) 20 1995 Steam is from BacMan Geothermal Production Field [2][4][5]
Leyte Geothermal Production Field Energy Development Corporation Kananga, Leyte and Ormoc, Leyte 11°8′30.1693″N 124°37′11.9608″E / 11.141713694°N 124.619989111°E / 11.141713694; 124.619989111 (Leyte Geothermal Production Field) 0 1975 Produces steam for Malitbog, Mahanagdong, Upper Mahiao and Leyte Optimization Power Plants. 588.4 MW total [2][4][5]
Malitbog Geothermal Power Station Malitbog, Tongonan, Kananga, Leyte 11°9′7″N 124°38′58″E / 11.15194°N 124.64944°E / 11.15194; 124.64944 (Malitbog Geothermal Power Station) 232.5 1996 Steam is from Leyte Geothermal Production Field [2][4][5]
Upper Mahiao Geothermal Power Station Limao, Kananga, Leyte 11°10′25.0889″N 124°37′40.2938″E / 11.173635806°N 124.627859389°E / 11.173635806; 124.627859389 (Upper Mahiao Geothermal Power Station) 125 1996 Steam is from Leyte Geothermal Production Field [2][4][5]
Mahanagdong Geothermal Power Station Ormoc, Leyte 11°10′25.0889″N 124°37′40.2938″E / 11.173635806°N 124.627859389°E / 11.173635806; 124.627859389 (Mahanagdong Geothermal Power Station) 180 1997 Steam is from Leyte Geothermal Production Field [2][4][5]
Leyte Optimization Geothermal Power Station Tongonan and Limao, Kananga, Leyte 11°10′25.0889″N 124°37′40.2938″E / 11.173635806°N 124.627859389°E / 11.173635806; 124.627859389 (Leyte Optimization Geothermal Power Station) 50.9 1997 Steam is from Leyte Geothermal Production Field [2][4][5]
Tongonan Geothermal Power Plant Limao, Kananga, Leyte 11°10′25.0889″N 124°37′40.2938″E / 11.173635806°N 124.627859389°E / 11.173635806; 124.627859389 (Leyte Optimization Geothermal Power Station) 112.5 1982 Steam is from Leyte Geothermal Production Field [2][4][5]
Mindanao Geothermal Production Field (Energy Development Corporation) Mount Apo, Kidapawan, Cotabato 7°00′47.9819″N 125°13′07.6865″E / 7.013328306°N 125.218801806°E / 7.013328306; 125.218801806 (Mindanao Geothermal Production Field) 0 1987 Produces steam for Mindanao 1 and 2 power plants. Total 106 MW [2][4][5][6]
Mindanao 1 Geothermal Power Plant Mount Apo, Kidapawan, Cotabato 7°00′47.9819″N 125°13′07.6865″E / 7.013328306°N 125.218801806°E / 7.013328306; 125.218801806 (Mindanao Geothermal Production Field) 52 1997 Steam is from Mindanao Geothermal Production Field [2][4][5][6]
Mindanao 2 Geothermal Power Plant Mount Apo, Kidapawan, Cotabato 7°00′47.9819″N 125°13′07.6865″E / 7.013328306°N 125.218801806°E / 7.013328306; 125.218801806 (Mindanao Geothermal Production Field) 54 1999 Steam is from Mindanao Geothermal Production Field [2][4][5][6]
Northern Negros Geothermal Production Field (Energy Development Corporation) Murcia, Negros Occidental 10°28′55.3483″N 123°05′58.8563″E / 10.482041194°N 123.099682306°E / 10.482041194; 123.099682306 (Southern Negros Production Field) 0 Decommissioned[7]
Southern Negros Geothermal Production Field (Energy Development Corporation) Valencia, Negros Oriental 9°17′14.6317″N 123°14′20.9170″E / 9.287397694°N 123.239143611°E / 9.287397694; 123.239143611 (Southern Negros Production Field) 0 1983, 1993 - 1994, 1995 Produces steam for Palimpinon 1 & 2, Nasulo geothermal powerplants. Total 221.9 MW [2][4][5]
Palinpinon 1 Geothermal Power Plant Valencia, Negros Oriental 9°17′14.6317″N 123°14′20.9170″E / 9.287397694°N 123.239143611°E / 9.287397694; 123.239143611 (Southern Negros Geothermal Steamfield) 112.5 1983, 1993 - 1994, 1995 Steam is from Southern Negros Geothermal Production Field [2][4][5]
Palinpinon 2 Geothermal Power Plant Valencia, Negros Oriental 9°17′14.6317″N 123°14′20.9170″E / 9.287397694°N 123.239143611°E / 9.287397694; 123.239143611 (Southern Negros Geothermal Steamfield) 60 1983, 1993 - 1994, 1995 Steam is from Southern Negros Geothermal Production Field [2][4][5]
Nasulo Geothermal Power Plant Valencia, Negros Oriental 9°17′14.6317″N 123°14′20.9170″E / 9.287397694°N 123.239143611°E / 9.287397694; 123.239143611 (Southern Negros Geothermal Steamfield) 49.4 2015 Steam is from Southern Negros Geothermal Production Field [2][4][5]
Tiwi Geothermal Power Plant Tiwi, Albay 13°27′56″N 123°38′55″E / 13.46556°N 123.64861°E / 13.46556; 123.64861 (Tiwi Geothermal Power Plant) 275 1979 Philippine Geothermal Production Company, Inc. [8]
Maibarara Geothermal Power Plant Santo Tomas, Batangas 20 2014
Makiling-Banahaw (Mak-Ban) Geothermal Power Plant Brgy. Bitin, Bay, Laguna 14°5′17″N 121°13′35″E / 14.08806°N 121.22639°E / 14.08806; 121.22639 (Makiling-Banahaw Geothermal Power Plant) 480 1979, 1980, 1984, 1996 Philippine Geothermal Production Company, Inc.
Ampiro Geothermal Power Project Misamis Occidental (30) Proposed
Mt. Sibulan-Kapatagan Geothermal Power Project Davao del Sur (300) Proposed
Balatukan-Balingasag Geothermal Prospect Balingasag, Misamis Oriental (40) Proposed
Lakewood Geothermal Prospect Lakewood, Zamboanga del Sur (40) Proposed
Montelago Power Plant Oriental Mindoro 44 2016
Biliran Geothermal Plant Biliran (49) 2016 Under construction

Wind power plantsEdit

Station Capacity (MW) Commissioned Community Coordinates Notes Ref
Burgos Wind Farm 150 2014 Burgos, Ilocos Norte 18°30′58″N 120°38′46″E / 18.51611°N 120.64611°E / 18.51611; 120.64611 (EDC Burgos Wind Farm) [2][4]
Philippine Wind Farm 48 Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro 18°31′40″N 120°42′50″E / 18.52778°N 120.71389°E / 18.52778; 120.71389 (Bangui Wind Farm) Under construction [9]
Bangui Wind Farm 33 2005 Bangui, Ilocos Norte 18°31′40″N 120°42′50″E / 18.52778°N 120.71389°E / 18.52778; 120.71389 (Bangui Wind Farm)
Caparispisan Wind Farm 81 2014 Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte 18°36′17″N 120°47′54″E / 18.60472°N 120.79833°E / 18.60472; 120.79833 (Caparispisan Wind Farm)
San Lorenzo Wind Farm 54 2014 San Lorenzo, Guimaras 10°25′36″N 122°41′32″E / 10.42667°N 122.69222°E / 10.42667; 122.69222 (San Lorenzo Wind Farm) [10]
Sibunag Wind Farm 40 Sibunag, Guimaras Proposed [11][12]
Pililla Wind Farm 54 2015 Pililla, Rizal Operational [13][14]
Nabas Wind Farm 36 2015 Nabas, Aklan
Sembrano Wind Farm 72 Pililla, Rizal Under construction [15]
Caunayan Wind Farm 84 Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte Proposed

Biomass powerEdit

Station Community Coordinates Capacity (MW) Commissioned Notes Ref
North Negros BioPower Manapla, Negros Occidental 24.9 2019 Under construction
CLEAN GREEN Energy Corp. Bagac, Bataan 12 2017 Under construction
Green Power Panay Phil. Inc. Mina, Iloilo 35 2016 Under construction
Green Power Bukidnon Phil. Inc. Maramag, Bukidnon 35 2016 Under construction
Green Power Alcala Phil. Inc. Alcala, Cagayan 35 2016 Under construction
Kalilangan Biomass Energy Corporation TBA (Mindanao) 10 2017 Under construction
Don Carlos Biomass Energy Corporation TBA (Mindanao) 10 2017 Under construction
Misamis Oriental Biomass Energy Corporation Misamis Oriental 12 2017 Under construction
Aseagas Corporation Lian, Batangas 8.8 2015
San Carlos BioPower San Carlos, Negros Occidental 19.9 2015
Isabela Biomass Energy Corporation Alicia, Isabela 18 2015
Asea One Power Aklan, Panay 42 2014

Non-renewableEdit

CoalEdit

Station Community Coordinates Capacity (MW) Commissioned Ref
Sual Power Station Sual, Pangasinan 16°6′24″N 120°5′17″E / 16.10667°N 120.08806°E / 16.10667; 120.08806 (Sual Power Station) 1294 1999 [16]
AES Corp. Masinloc, Zambales 15°34′02″N 119°55′22″E / 15.56722°N 119.92278°E / 15.56722; 119.92278 (Masinloc Power Station) 600 1998 [16]
EGCO Group Mauban, Quezon 14°13′45″N 121°45′18″E / 14.22917°N 121.75500°E / 14.22917; 121.75500 (Quezon Power Plant) 511 2000 [16]
San Buenaventura Power Ltd. Co. Supercritical Coal Power Plant Mauban, Quezon 14°13′45″N 121°45′18″E / 14.22917°N 121.75500°E / 14.22917; 121.75500 (Quezon Power Plant) 500 2018 [16]
Tokyo Electric Power Marubeni Pagbilao, Quezon 13°53′35″N 121°44′42″E / 13.89306°N 121.74500°E / 13.89306; 121.74500 (Pagbilao Coal Power Plant) 728 1996 [16]
Pagbilao Energy Corporation Pagbilao, Quezon 13°53′35″N 121°44′42″E / 13.89306°N 121.74500°E / 13.89306; 121.74500 (Pagbilao Coal Power Plant) 420 2018 [16]
Mariveles Coal-Fired Power Plant Mariveles, Bataan 14°25′21″N 120°32′15″E / 14.42250°N 120.53750°E / 14.42250; 120.53750 (GN Mariveles Power Plant) 651.6 2013 [16]
Calaca Power Station (DMCI Holdings) Calaca, Batangas 13°55′49″N 120°47′19″E / 13.93028°N 120.78861°E / 13.93028; 120.78861 (Calaca Power Station) 600 1984, 1995 [16]
APEC Power Station Mabalacat, Pampanga 15°14′08″N 120°36′37″E / 15.23556°N 120.61028°E / 15.23556; 120.61028 (APEC Power Station) 50 2006 [16]
SMC Consolidated Power Corp. Limay, Bataan 14°56′6″N 120°36′37″E / 14.93500°N 120.61028°E / 14.93500; 120.61028 (APEC Power Station) 600 2016 [16]
Toledo Power Corp. (Metrobank) Toledo, Cebu 246 1993 [17]
KEPCO-SPC Power Plant Naga, Cebu 200 2011 [17]
STEAG Power Plant (Steag GmbH) Villanueva, Misamis Oriental 232 2006 [17]
Lanao Kauswagan Power Station Kauswagan, Lanao del Norte 552 2019 [17]
PEDC Coal Fired Power Plant La Paz, Iloilo City 167.4 [18]
Therma South Inc. Coal Fired Power Plant Brgy. Binugao, Toril District, Davao City 300 2015 [19][20]
Sultan Energy Philippines Corp. Sultan Kudarat 200 2012
SMI Power Corp. Malalag, Davao del Sur 500 2016
Therma Visayas Inc. Cebu 300

DieselEdit

Station Community Coordinates Capacity (MW) Commissioned Ref
Bohol Diesel Power Plant Tagbilaran, Bohol 11 1978, 1986, 1996 [21]
SPC Cebu Diesel Power Plant Naga, Cebu 43.8 1994 [21][22]
Cebu Private Power Corporation Cebu City 43.8 1994 [21][22]
Panay Diesel Power Plant Iloilo City 74.9 1999 [21][22]
CELCOR Power Plant Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija 26.5 1996 [22]
Western Mindanao Power Corporation Brgy. Sangali, Zamboanga City 7°04′58.4″N 122°12′56.9″E / 7.082889°N 122.215806°E / 7.082889; 122.215806 (Western Mindanao Power Corporation) 100 1997
Bauang Diesel Power Plant Bauang, La Union 255 1994 [23][16]
Subic Diesel Power Plant Subic Bay Freeport Zone 116 1994 [16]
Therma Marine Inc. - Mobile 1 San Roque, Maco, Davao de Oro 100 1994
Therma Marine, Inc. - Mobile 2 Santa Ana, Nasipit, Agusan del Norte 100 1994

Natural gasEdit

Station Community Coordinates Capacity (MW) Commissioned Ref
Ilijan Combined-Cycle Power Plant Batangas City 1200 2000 [24]
San Gabriel Combined Cycle Power Plant Batangas City 13°46′16.7344″N 121°01′33.8733″E / 13.771315111°N 121.026075917°E / 13.771315111; 121.026075917 (San Gabriel Combined Cycle Power Plant) 414 2016 [2][25]
San Lorenzo Combined Cycle Power Plant Batangas City 13°46′16.7344″N 121°01′33.8733″E / 13.771315111°N 121.026075917°E / 13.771315111; 121.026075917 (San Lorenzo Combined Cycle Power Plant) 500 2002 [2]
Santa Rita Combined Cycle Power Plant Batangas City 13°46′16.7344″N 121°01′33.8733″E / 13.771315111°N 121.026075917°E / 13.771315111; 121.026075917 (Santa Rita Combined Cycle Power Plant) 1000 1997 [2]
Avion Open Cycle Power Plant Batangas City 13°46′16.7344″N 121°01′33.8733″E / 13.771315111°N 121.026075917°E / 13.771315111; 121.026075917 (Avion Open Cycle Power Plant) 97 2016 [2][26]

NuclearEdit

Station Community Coordinates Capacity (MW) Commissioned Notes Ref
Bataan Nuclear Power Plant Morong, Bataan 14°37′45″N 120°18′49″E / 14.62917°N 120.31361°E / 14.62917; 120.31361 (Bataan Nuclear Power Plant) 621 N/A Completed but never operated. [27][28][29]

See alsoEdit

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