by Alena Mae S. Flores – January 29, 2016 at 11:10 pm
from Manila Standard
San Carlos Sun Power Inc., or Sacasun, is seeking approval from the Energy Regulatory Commission to link its 48.6-megawatt solar power plant in Negros Occidental to the transmission system of National Grid Corporation of the Philippines.
Sacasun, the joint venture company between SunEdison Philippines Helios BV and Aboitiz Renewables Inc., the holding firm of Aboitiz Power Corp.’s investments in renewable energy, said in a petition it planned to commission the solar plant by March to avail of the feed-in tariff system.
The plant will be connected to the grid by a a two-point tap connection along the San-Carlos-Guigulngan 69 kB transmission.
The power plant’s output will be delivered toward the south portion of the line (first connection point) and the other portion toward the north side.
Sacasun estimated the total cost for the development of the connection facility at P84.373 million.