In a relatively short period, SMC Global Power has built a vertically integrated power company with a full spectrum of power businesses comprising of IPPA contracts and IPPs. It has five operational power plants, (three IPPAs, one JV plant, and one owned) and three greenfield power plants in the pipeline. This diversified portfolio gives SMC Global Power the ability to provide the most competitive and reliable supply offers to customers and power the growth of the Philippine economy.
Sual, Pangasinan Powerplant
The Sual Power Plant is a coal-fired power plant located in Sual, Pangasinan on the Lingayen gulf with a net contracted capacity of 2x500 MW.
San Roque, Pangasinan Powerplant
The 345 MW San Roque hydroelectric Multipurpose Power Project is a hydro peaking plant located in San Manuel, Pangasinan.
Ilijan, Batangas Powerplant
The Ilijan Power Plant sits on a 60-acre site at Arenas Point, Barangay Ilijan, Batangas. It has a net contracted capacity of 1,200 MW.
Limay Greenfield Clean Coal Plant, Bataan
The Limay Greenfield Plant utilitizes cutting-edge circulating fluidized bed (CFB) technology, with an initial installed capacity of 300 MW. It is in the commissioning stages and is set for full commercial operations Q2 of 2016.
The Angat Hydroelectric Power Plant is located in the Angat Watershed Reservation in Bulacan with an installed capacity of 218 MW. The water discharged generates power and flows to the Ipo Dam supplying water to Metro Manila, and to the Bustos Dam for irrigation.
Greenfield Power Plants
Designed to initially produce up to 900 megawatts of electricity using the clean combustion technologies that meet international environmental standards, our new power plants in Malita, Davao del Sur and Limay, Bataan will help bring about security in the country’s power supply.