We own and operate two clean coal facilities in Luzon, the northernmost and largest of the
three island groups that constitute the Philippines, providing both immediate and long-term solutions
to the country's evolving energy needs. We also own a 20% stake in the natural gas-fired plant
in Ilijan, Batangas.
As we continue to be a leader in our field, we demonstrate differentiated, dependable and
cost-effective power to spur and enhance the country's development.
Station Profile Sual Power Station is the largest and most
cost-effective coal-fired power station in the country
with a generating capacity of 1,200 MW. It has been
providing electricty to the Luzon grid since October
1999 through a 1,000 MW Energy Conversion
Agreement with the National Power Corporation (NPC).
Power Generation 1,200 MW Educational Tour Schedule Tours are available upon request.
Located on about 200 hectares of land in the
southwestern Luzon province of Quezon, Pagbilao
Station is a 735-MW coal-fired thermal power plant.
Power Generation 735 MW
Educational Tour Schedule Tours are available upon request.
Located in the Southern Luzon coastal province of Batangas, we own a 20% stake in the natural
gas-fired facility Ilijan Power Station.
20% of 1200 MW
Our CSR Initiatives
The well-being of the communities around our power plants and from whom we also draw manpower is important to us.