The Alsons Power Group’s power generation facilities are presently focused on the island of Mindanao where these plants play a key role in providing electricity to fuel Mindanao’s growing population and expanding economy. The Group currently operates three diesel power facilities: the Southern Philippines Power Corporation’s (SPPC) 55 Mega Watt (MW) plant in Alabel, Sarangani, the Western Mindanao Power Corporation’s (WMPC) 100 MW plant in Zamboanga City, and the 103 MW Mapalad Power Corporation (MPC) plant in Iligan City. In April 2016, the group's first coal-fired powerplant - the first 105 MW section of the SEC plant in Maasim, Sarangani began commercial operations. All four power facilities have helped end the power shortage in Mindanao.
To help provide a stable source of baseload power for Mindanao and ensure long-term power security for the island, the Alsons Power Group is developing the second 105 MW section of the SEC coal-fired powerplant in Maasim, Sarangani Province and the 105 MW San Ramon Power Incorporated (SRPI) plant in Zamboanga City. SEC 2 is expected to begin operations in 2019 and SRPI is targeting to commence by 2021.
The Group is engaged in power plant management and maintenance operations under Alto Power Management Corporation (APMC) a partnership between publicly-listed Alsons Consolidated Resources, Inc. (ACR) through Conal Holdings Corporation (CHC) and Toyota Tsusho Corporation (TTC) of Japan. APMC currently operates the Group’s diesel plants in Iligan, Sarangani, and Zamboanga City. APMC has also provided management or consultancy services to power plants in Vietnam, Pakistan, and Indonesia. Alsons Energy Development Corporation (AEDC) is the Group’s business development vehicle for new power generation and other power related projects.
All of these efforts are in keeping with the Alsons Power Group’s commitment to provide safe, reliable, and affordable power to the people of Mindanao and the rest of the country.
The Western Mindanao Power Corporation (WMPC) operates a 100 MW diesel-fired plant in Sangali, Zamboanga City that commenced operating in 1997.
WMPC supplied power to the Mindanao grid from 1997 to December 2015 under an 18-year Energy Conversion Agreement (ECA) with the National Power Corporation (NPC).
On December 13, 2015, WMPC began supplying 50 MW of power directly to the City of Zamboanga under a power sales agreement with the Zamboanga City Electric Cooperative, Inc. (ZAMCELCO).
WMPC will continue to be one of the primary suppliers of power to Zamboanga City until the 105 MW San Ramon Power, Inc. baseload powerplant begins operating in 2021.
The Southern Philippines Power Corporation (SPPC) 55 MW diesel-fired power plant in Alabel, Sarangani Province began operating in 1998.
SPPC supplied power to the Mindanao grid under an 18-year Energy Conversion Agreement (ECA) with the National Power Corporation (NPC).
In April of 2016, SPPC began operating as a merchant plant, directly supplying power to Davao City and Cotabato City.
The Sarangani Energy Corporation (SEC) coal-fired power plant in Maasim, Sarangani will have the capacity to produce up to 210 MW of electricity for Southern and South Central Mindanao.
The first 105 MW section of the SEC plant began commercial operations in April, 2016 and currently supplies General Santos City, Sarangani, and other key areas of Mindanao.
The second 105 MW section of the SEC plant is expected to commence operation in 2019.
The San Ramon Power, Inc. (SRPI) coal-fired power plant will be located in San Ramon, Talisayan, Zamboanga City. The SRPI facility will be able to generate up to 105 MW of electricity for Zamboanga City and nearby areas.
The Mapalad Power Corporation operates a 103 Mega Watt diesel power plant in Iligan City. The MPC plant provides power to key cities of Mindanao including Cagayan de Oro, Dapitan, Dipolog, and Zamboanga .
Alsons Power’s business development vehicle for new power generation and other power related projects is Alsons Energy Development Corporation (AEDC).