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Press Release

15 August 2018

San Roque dam elevation still above the normal high water level, spilling operations continue - Napocor

The National Power Corporation (Napocor) on Wednesday continues the water spilling operations at San Roque dam in Pangasinan with water outflow of 785 cubic meters per second (cms) to further bring the water level into its normal high-water level of 280 meters above sea level (masl).

“Current level of dam as of 10am today is 285.61 masl and we are closely monitoring the inflow and outflow of water in the dam with the San Roque Power Corporation. We also maintain coordination with the Pangasinan Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office for timely advisories for the community,” said Engr. Conrado Sison, head of Napocor’s Dams Management Department.

Napocor said that there had been significant decrease in water elevation from 287.18 masl yesterday to today’s elevation, due to decreased inflow of water from 1342 cms to 890 cms. Thus gate openings were also reduced from 6.5 meters (five gates) to 4.5 meters (three gates).

Although there is an improving weather condition in the area, the dam elevation is still high which calls for continuous water discharge from its spillway.

Municipalities along the dam/flood warning zones include San Manuel, San Nicolas, Tayug, Sta. Maria, Villasis, Asingan, Rosales, Alcala, Bayambang and Bautista.

Napocor is likewise closely monitoring the reservoir and the amount of rainfall over Angat watershed in Bulacan.  Angat Dam, which has a normal high-water elevation of 212 masl, has a current level of 205.88 masl. END

Press Release

27 July 2018

Napocor energizes 13.8 kV Divilacan distribution line in Isabela

The National Power Corporation (Napocor) energizes the 14 kilometer 13.8 kV distribution line from Maconacon to Divilacan in Isabela province, connecting and powering additional six barangays to its Maconacon Diesel Power Plant (DPP).

“The new distribution line, which connects the coastal barangays of Dimapula, Dicatian and Dicaruyan in Divilacan; and Aplaya, Fely and Diana in Maconacon, allowed access to electricity for additional 800 households,” said Napocor President and CEO Pio J. Benavidez.  

Benavidez said that the corporation allotted 78 million pesos for the completion of the project and that Maconacon DPP is likewise set to receive another 600kW generating sets next year as part of the corporation’s capacity addition program.

With the completion of the distribution line, Napocor hopes that it will help more families in pursuit of their livelihood that includes fishery and agriculture.

As mandated by the Republic Act 9136 or the Electric Power Industry Reform Act of 2001, Napocor performs missionary electrification through its Small Power Utilities Group (SPUG) and provides associated power delivery systems in areas not connected to the main grid.

In Northern Luzon, apart from Maconacon and Palanan in Isabela, Napocor also operates SPUG plants in Batanes, Cagayan, Quezon, Kabugao in Apayao, Casiguran in Aurora, and Tingloy in Batangas. END

Press Release

13 July 2018

Napocor grants round the clock power service to Tawi-Tawi towns

State-owned National Power Corporation (Napocor) earlier this week launches the 24/7 commercial operations of its three power plants in the province of Tawi-Tawi, paving the way for a more sustainable economic development in the province.

Press Release

12 May 2018

Napocor Completes Rehab, Energizes Calapan-Puerto Galera Line in Mindoro

The National Power Corporation (Napocor) on Saturday energizes the 69 kV Calapan – Puerto Galera transmission line in Oriental Mindoro, improving the reliability of power dispatch in the province.

Press Release
18 April 2018


Napocor deploys additional gensets to top destinations in Palawan


State-firm National Power Corporation on Wednesday inaugurates four (4) 600 kW additional generating sets for its power facilities in the towns of San Vicente and El Nido in Palawan to respond to its growing power demand.