Solar Farms

Working together with strategic partners, we plan to increase our capacity to 1 GW by 2022.
This additional capacity is crucial in addressing the growing demand for renewable energy.

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Calatagan Solar Farm

Through our subsidiary Solar Philippines Calatagan Corporation, we built a 63.3MW solar farm in Calatagan, Batangas. Since the start of its operation in 2016, it has generated over 500GWh of clean energy, enough to power over six municipalities in Batangas, while sourcing the majority of its workforce from the locals in nearby areas. 


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Tarlac Solar Farm

Our subsidiary, Solar Philippines Tarlac Corporation, developed a 150MW solar farm in Concepcion, Tarlac. This project, which is in partnership with Prime Infra, has completed its full 1st phase of Tarlac-1 last June 2020, with a total capacity of 100MW.

As of August 2021, the Tarlac Solar Farm has generated almost 200GWh of clean energy which is supplied to the Luzon grid. 

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Nueva Ecija Solar Farm

We recently announced plans to developing a 500MW solar farm in Peñaranda, Nueva Ecija, through our subsidiary Solar Philippines Nueva Ecija Corporation. The project aims to bridge the gap in electricity supply in the Luzon Grid with solar energy.

Phase 1 of its development, with a total capacity of 225MW, is expected to be completed by 2022, followed by the remaining 275MW in the succeeding years. At full build, the plant will displace 565,440 metric tons of CO2 emissions as compared to a conventional coal/gas-fired power plant.