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Alternergy's AWPC forges Interconnection deal with NGCP for Alabat wind project

The project is projected to begin operations by end-2025.

Alterenergy, through its subsidiary Alabat Wind Power Corporation (AWPC), signed an interconnection agreement with the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) for the grid connection of its wind power project in Quezon Province.

In a disclosure, Alternergy said the agreement will signify the offtake of renewable energy from the Alabat Wind Power Project through NGCP’s 69-kilovolt Hondagua transmission line in Lopez, Quezon.

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Alternergy and AWPC President Gerry Magbanua said the interconnection scheme will ensure the viability and timely completion of its project.

The Alabat Wind Power Project, which is expected to start operations by end-2025, will start the development phase after the receipt of the Certificate of Confirmation of Commerciality from the Department of Energy.


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