In General Santos City of Philippines, power supply situation has been normalised over the last week as the generating capacity of the Agus and Pulangi hydroelectric power plants reportedly improved, according to a South Cotabato 2 Electric Cooperative (SOCOTECO II) official.
Gerry Desesto, SOCOTECO II vice president for institution services, said the cooperative was also able to get a maximum nomination of 40-megawatts (mw) from the power supply barges of Abotiz-owned Therma Marine Inc. Prior to last week’s improved power supply, the city has been experiencing up to four hours of daily rotating power interruptions due to insufficient supply.
The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) on February 26 said supply deficit is now down to just 112 mw, an improvement over the 450 mw supply deficiency early this month. SOCOTECO II Manager Rodolfo Ocat however earlier warned that power supply from the National Power Corporation (NPC) will remain unstable for the rest of the year.
The situation, he added, will not improve until late 2015 when the coal-fired power plant of Sarangani Energy Corporation (SEC) goes on commercial stream. The electric cooperative has agreed to purchase 70 mw as base load capacity from SEC which is now constructing its 200 mw power plant in Maasim, Sarangani. The State-run NPC, which operates the Agus and Pulangi hydropower plants, has reduced its power supply to SOCOTECO II to an aggregate of 52 mw for this year, down from last year’s 72 mw.
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