Davao CFB Coal-fired Plant Project
The construction of Therma South’s 300-MW circulating fluidized-bed (CFB) coal-fired power plant in Barangay Binugao, Toril District, Davao City and Barangay Inawayan, Sta. Cruz, Davao del Sur is nearing its completion. Once online, it will provide Mindanao with much needed reliable, competitively-priced and environmentally-safe baseload power.
The first unit of Therma South is expected to become operational in 2015.
In 2013, the Davao City Council unanimously approved the proposal of Therma South to expand its baseload power plant project from 300 MW to 645 MW. The expansion is set for completion in 2017 and 2018.
Pagbilao III PC Coal-fired Plant Project
Pagbilao 3 expansion project is a 420 MW Pulverized Coal (PC) facility. The power station has a Electrostatic Precipator (ESP) for collection of particular matter, a seawater Flue gas desulfurization (FGD) system for the removal of SOx, and low NOx burners installed to reduce NOx emissions.
The power plant project is an expansion of the existing coal-fired power plant facility in Quezon Province. Completion is expected in 2017.
Cebu (Toledo) CFB Coal-fired Plant Project
Therma Visayas, Inc. have started constructing the 340-MW CFB coal-fired power plant in Toledo City, Cebu to meet the growing power demand in the Visayas region.
The plant is scheduled for completion and operation in the first quarter of 2018.
Therma Visayas is a joint venture between AboitizPower and Vivant Corp., through Vivant Integrated Generation Co. and Vivant Energy Corp.
Subic Bay CFB Coal-fired Plant Project
The 600-MW CFB coal-fired power plant project located in Subic Bay, Philippines handled by Redondo Peninsula Energy, a joint venture of AboitizPower,Taiwan Cogeneration Corporation (TCC) and Meralco PowerGen Corporation (MPGC), is expected to resume construction after hurdling legal challenges.
The Project uses two single high-efficiency 300-megawatt (MW) units in lieu of two 150-MW units, for a total net generating capacity of 600 MW. The Project’s planned investment is approximately US$1.28 billion for the two phases.