Philippines: onshore wind power project

Power generation and transmission company GN Power Ltd Co. is keen to develop a 300MW onshore wind power facility in the province of Bataan in the Philippines and has applied to the country’s Department of Energy (DOE) for project approval. GN Power is a consortium comprising Netherlands-based GN Power Ltd and Filipino companies Power Partners Ltd Co. and GN Power Holdings Philippines GP Corp. GN Power is setting up an integrated, multiphase power generating and fuel-handling complex across a 247 acre coastal site in the Luzon region. The proposed 300MW project will constitute the third phase of the energy complex. The pump storage and wind turbines will be located at sites in Bataan. The energy complex will be developed in phases in response to the growing power demand in the Luzon region. The completed complex will have a total power generation capacity of 2700MW and flexible transmission options. The fuel-handling capacity of the complex will be more than 100 billion cuft/yr and will be able to handle both liquid and gaseous fuels.

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