Company Overview of National Grid Corporation of The Philippines
National Grid Corporation of The Philippines engages in the expansion, operation, and maintenance of the electricity transmission network in the Philippines. It provides power delivery, centralized system operations and control of high-voltage transmission facilities, grid interconnections and ancillary services, and metering services. The company also provides technical services, particularly system studies, operation, and maintenance of customer facilities. It serves generators, private distribution utilities, electric cooperatives, government-owned utilities, ecozones, industries, and directly connected companies. The company operates in Metro Manila, Northern Luzon, and Southern Luzon in...
Quezon Avenue corner BIR Road
Founded in 2008
Key Executives for National Grid Corporation of The Philippines
Chief Executive Officer and President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
National Grid Corporation of The Philippines Key Developments
The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines Secures Regulatory Approval to Invest PHP 2.31 Billion for a Transmission Project
Feb 12 15
THE National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) has secured regulatory approval to invest PHP 2.31 billion for a transmission project that will connect a new 600-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant in Davao del Sur. In a decision released, the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) approved the grid operators Malita-Matanao 230-kilovolt (kV) transmission line project. The project will involve the construction of a new 230-kV line, as well as the development of a new 50-megavolt ampere Malita substation and expansion of existing Matanao substation. The approved cost for the project is PHP 2.31 billion - lower than the PHP 2.38 billion initial estimate of NGCP, as the ERC excluded a power circuit breaker and transformer that were supposed to form part of the project. The transmission project will allow the dispatch of output from San Miguel Consolidated Power Corp’s 600-megawatt coal-fired power plant in Malita, Davao del Sur. The plant is slated for 2016 commercial operations. The ERC further directed NGCP to remit PHP 17.32 million, representing the permit fee for the project.
National Grid Corporation of The Philippines Plans to Invest PHP 2.22 Billion in Mindanao Coal Plant's Transmission Facility
Jan 6 15
National Grid Corporation of The Philippines announced that it plans to invest PHP 2.22 billion to develop a transmission facility for a new coal- fired power plant in Mindanao. The plant - which will consist of four 135-MW units - will be built in two phases, with the first one involving three units that will be operational by 2017 and the last unit by 2018. NGCP said GNPower has already signed a power purchase agreement for the supply of 330 MW to 20 electric cooperatives in Mindanao. The project will involve a new Kauswagan substation, the expansion of the existing Balo-i substation, and development of a new transmission line that will link the two substations. The estimated cost of the project is PHP 2,222,574,090.45 and the target completion is year 2016.
National Grid Corporation of The Philippines Plans PHP 700 million Leyte Transmission Investment
Dec 12 14
National Grid Corporation of The Philippines plans to invest over PHP 700 million to improve transmission facilities in the island of Leyte. The grid operator asked for the Energy Regulatory Commission's approval to upgrade the Ormoc/Tongonan Isabel 138 kilovolt (kV) transmission line. NGCP said the proposed project involves the construction of 74 new steel tower structures along the existing transmission line. These new towers will replace the temporary ones put in place as an immediate measure in response to typhoon Yolanda, which affected central Philippines in 2013. The project was estimated to cost about PHP 709.33 million.
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