interphoto_1366271293The two power plants of Calamian Island Power Corp. (CIPC), a joint venture of Vivant Corporation’s wholly owned subsidiary, Vivant Energy Corp. and Gigawatt Power, Inc. (GPI), will ensure sufficient power supply for Palawan for 15 years. The two power plants —7.734MW Coron Power Station and 910kW Busuanga Power Station —will supply the power requirements of Busuanga Island Electric Cooperative (BISELCO) for 15 years. Representatives from BISELCO, the Municipality of Coron, the Provincial Government of Palawan, National Electrification

Administration (NEA) and National Power Corporation (NPC) graced the inauguration. BISELCO General Manager Ruth Galang commended CIPC for accepting the challenge of putting up power plants in Coron and Busuanga to meet the island’s growing power needs. “The inauguration of this power plant is a significant step towards  continuous progress,” Coron Mayor Clara Reyes said as she fired up the newest power plant in her municipality. (BCM)

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