Power Generation

Ilijan Power Plant
Angat Hydro Power Plant
Limay Power Plant
Malita Power Plant
Masinloc Power Plant
San Roque Power Plant
Sual Power Plant

Independent Power Producer

Our mix of renewable and high-efficiency low-emission power plants enable us to power the national grid with a reliable power supply.

Angat Hydro Power Plant

Joint Venture

The Angat Hydroelectric Power Plant (AHEPP) is a joint-venture asset with Korea Water Resources Corporation (K-Water), located in the Angat Watershed Forest Reserve in Bulacan. AHEPP has a total generating capacity of 218 MW, comprising of four main units and three auxiliary units. Through our 60% holding stake in the Angat Hydropower Corporation, SMC Global Power undertakes the operations and maintenance of the power plant, while K-Water provides the technical expertise.

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Angat Hydro Power Plant

Limay Power Plant

SMCGP Subsidiary

The Limay Power Plant is a 4x150 MW coal-fired thermal power plant that uses Circulating Fluidized Bed (CFB) technology. As one of our Company’s greenfield power plants, the Limay Power Plant started its commercial operations in May 2017 with the commercial operations of Unit 1. It further expanded its operations with the commercial operations of Units 2, 3, and 4 in September 2017, March 2018, and July 2019, respectively.

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Limay Power Plant

Malita Power Plant

SMCGP Subsidiary

The Malita Power Plant is a 2x150 MW coal-fired thermal power plant that uses Circulating Fluidized Bed (CFB) technology. As one of our Company’s greenfield power plants, the Malita Power plant has significantly contributed to the energy security in the Mindanao grid since the start of its commercial operations in February 2018.

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Malita Power Plant

Masinloc Power Plant

SMCGP Subsidiary

The Masinloc Power Plant is a coal-fired thermal power plant located in Zambales. The Unit 1 (315 MW) and Unit 2 (344 MW) of the Masinloc Power Plant started operations in 1998, with both units originally developed and owned by the National Power Corporation (NPC). After SMC Global Power acquired the facility from AES Philippines in March 2018, it further expanded its capacity through its Unit 3 (335 MW) which started commercial operations in September 2020.

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Masinloc Power Plant

Batangas LNG-fired Power Plant

SMCGP Subsidiary

The Batangas Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Plant is a planned combined cycle gas plant in Ilijan and Dela Paz Proper, Batangas. With a projected installed capacity of 1,313.1 MW, the plant is a major part of our Company’s portfolio diversification into LNG. Once completed, the Batangas LNG Plant will start its power supply agreement with Meralco to supply 1,200 MW in November 2024.

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Mariveles Power Plant

SMCGP Subsidiary

The Mariveles Power Plant is a 4x150 coal-fired thermal power plant that will start commercial operations by end of 2022. Once completed, the plant will run on Circulating Fluidized Bed (CFB). The Mariveles Power Plant will help address the growing energy demand of the country and boost the socio-economic development of the communities we serve.

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Independent Power Producer Administrator

As administrators of the largest power producers in the country, we support the energy demand that fuels our country’s robust growth and development.

Ilijan Power Plant

The 2x600 MW Ilijan Power Plant in Batangas is a combined cycle power plant that was constructed and is owned by KEPCO through its local subsidiary, KEPCO Ilijan Corporation. The Ilijan Power Plant is the largest natural gas facility in the Philippines. In June 2010, the Company entered an IPPA agreement with the Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management (PSALM) Corporation, which enabled South Premiere Power Corporation, a subsidiary of SMC Global Power, to serve as the administrator of the Ilijan Power Plant.

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Ilijan Power Plant

San Roque Power Plant

The 345 MW San Roque Hydroelectric Power Plant in Pangasinan is a peaking plant that was constructed by a consortium composed of Marubeni Corporation, Sithe Philippines Holdings, Inc., and Italian-Thai Development Public Issuer Limited. In December 2009, the Company entered an IPPA agreement with the Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management (PSALM) Corporation, which enabled Strategic Power Development Corporation, a subsidiary of SMC Global Power, to serve as the administrator of the San Roque Power Plant.

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Sual Power Plant

Sual Power Plant

The 2x500 MW Sual Power Plant in Pangasinan is a coal-fired thermal power plant owned by TeaM Energy. The Sual Power Plant is the largest coal-fired power plant in the Philippines in terms of installed capacity. In September 2009, the Company entered an IPPA agreement with the Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management (PSALM) Corporation, which enabled San Miguel Electric Corporation, a subsidiary of SMC Global Power, to serve as the administrator of the Sual Power Plant.

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Sual Power Plant