EEI Power will continue to provide your energy needs, both as a power generator and as a retail supplier, with utmost regard to reliability and affordability.
EEI Power will provide you with appropriate solutions to your power/electrical systems requirements, hinged on our experience and competence in systems design and engineering; installation; and, operations & maintenance, among others.
EEI Power Corporation owns and operates a 15MW heavy fuel oil peaking power plant in Tagum City, Davao del Norte. This power generating facility started commercial operation in December 2013 to serve the power requirement of Davao del Norte Electric Cooperative (DANECO). EEI Power and DANECO operates under a 10-year power purchase agreement which was signed during the height of the Mindanao power crisis.
Considered as EEI Power’s maiden foray into the power generation business, this 15MW facility continues to augment the growing power needs of the bustling Tagum City and the rest of DANECO’s franchise area.
By way of its 10% stake in PetroGreen Energy Corporation (PGEC), EEI Power Corporation has business interest in the 32MW Maibarara geothermal power project in Sto. Tomas, Batangas. The facility is owned and operated by Maibarara Geothermal, Inc. (MGI) which is a joint-venture company among PGEC (65%); Phinma Energy Corp. (25%); and, PNOC Renewables Corp. (10%).
An integrated power facility comprising of steamfield, power station, and transmission line, the Maibarara project started commercial operation in February 2014. The first phase of the Maibarara project was the first geothermal power station built in Luzon in 16 years and the first renewable energy project declared commercial by the Department of Energy under the Renewable Energy Law of 2008.
The 36MW Nabas-1 wind power project is considered as the single biggest investment in Aklan province and largest renewable energy facility in Panay island, to date. The facility is owned and operated by PetroWind Energy Inc. (PWEI), a joint-venture firm among PetroGreen Energy Corporation, EEI Power Corporation, and BCPG Public Company Ltd of Thailand.
The 50MWp Tarlac-1 solar power project has been exporting power to the Luzon grid since January 2016. It was among the solar power projects which were awarded eligibility to the 2nd wave of the Feed-in Tariff (FiT). The Tarlac-1 solar facility covers 55 hectares of industrial land within the PEZA-registered Central Technopark in Tarlac City. It is the first solar energy plant of PetroSolar Corporation, a joint-venture between PetroGreen Energy Corporation and EEI Power Corporation.